Moon bears get pretty hot and sticky when the sun beats down on that thick, glossy fur of theirs. And while the dens, trees and enclosure structures offer some shade, sometimes there’s only one way to cool off - a refreshing dip in the pool.
Animals Asia is indebted to the Marchig Animal Welfare Trust for its support in our work to rescue bears from the bear bile industry in China and Vietnam.
It’s all change in House 6 for beautiful moon bear friends Caz and Luna, as their long time ‘neighbours’ Mary and Bibi officially move in.
A moon bear rescued by Animals Asia from one of China’s infamous bile farms has amazed her carers by overcoming paralysis to once again walk in the sun.
Animal cruelty has repeatedly made headlines in Vietnam. For the country to take the next step in combatting this issue robust animal welfare laws are required.
China has consistently failed to farm "meat dogs" with the industry relying instead on theft of companion animals. But does South Korea prove that these dogs can be farmed - our founder Jill Robinson says no.
That’s Animals Asia’s aim as we embark on an ambitious programme to inform and educate young people in partnership with a not-for profit education group called Evergreen.