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21 May 2018

#MoonBearMonday: Watch rescued bear try to play with all her toys at once

Pain was an accepted part of bile farm life but after rescue, moon bear Dieu languidly plays with all her toys at once without a care in the world.


15 May 2018

My dream for China: a future without fear or pain for animals

After a year as a veterinary intern at Animals Asia’s China sanctuary, Chen Si Wen inspires the next generation with a dream of a compassionate future.


14 May 2018

#MoonBearMonday: How the lives of rescued bears are enriched over a lifetime of care

Expressing natural behaviours is as vital to bears in sanctuary as a nutritious diet, a safe sanctuary and a good vet – enrichment matters.


11 May 2018

Ravenous rescued bears’ appetite for life sees them eat up to 5.5 metric tonnes a week

From subsisting on rice gruel to thriving on fruit and veg, rescue from the bile trade is a food revolution with long-term health and welfare effects.


09 May 2018

Elephants on the highways and chimps in the streets show the madness of wild animal circuses must end

In three years, the number of countries with wild animal performance bans has more than doubled, but cruelty and risk to the public remain a global problem.


08 May 2018

Animals Asia founder provides “lessons learned” about extinction for global conference

Jill Robinson explained how to rally support and gather political will in order to change the world, as part of discussion on saving vulnerable species.


04 May 2018

#MacaqueWeek: Human obsession with our primate cousins fuels pet and performance cruelty

Fascination with a species so similar to our own has led to thousands of macaques being poached from the wild – now it’s up to us to help them.


03 May 2018

At Animals Asia’s Vietnam sanctuary, every new space is another life saved

With every bile farm in Vietnam set to close, sanctuary bears are making new friends to free up space for even more rescues.