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04 January 2017

How did rescued bears spend the holidays?

While people around the world enjoyed the holiday season, the bears did too by swinging, sleeping, dancing and even snorkelling their way into 2017.


30 December 2016

28,000 bear sized ice pops and nearly 30,000 fruit shakes - this our 2016 in numbers

From freeing bears from cages to informing millions of people about why it is so vitally important, 2016 was a busy year for everyone at Animals Asia. Here is what we achieved in numbers over the last 12 months.


23 December 2016

These rescued bears couldn’t wait to open their Christmas presents

Hundreds of bears previously abused in tiny cages on bile farms in Vietnam and China, chewed, munched and clawed their way though their very own Christmas presents.


22 December 2016

Chinese dogs enjoy vaccinations, de-worming – and a taste of Christmas

Some of the poorest dogs in Chengdu enjoyed a taste of Christmas kindness thanks to the Animals Asia staff who provide them with year-round health care.


19 December 2016

Bear who arrived infected and balding is now ready for his close up

When moon bear Bärli arrived at our sanctuary in 2010, he was a sight for sore eyes, but now he’s a “model” bear.


16 December 2016

Chinese stars turn out for the moon bears in Shanghai

Chinese superstars including Karen Mok and Olympic boxer Zou Shiming turned out for Animals Asia’s annual Blue Moon Gala to raise awareness and funds to help the country’s moon bears.


15 December 2016

Vietnamese children demand a bear bile farm free future

These incredible Vietnamese high school pupils demanded a bear bile farm free future after hearing about the suffering it causes.


14 December 2016

Surgery stops rescued bear’s pain after years of agony and neglect

Recently rescued moon bear Su Su has undergone surgery to resolve a large growth on her stomach and end chronic dental issues.