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20 November 2015

These prisoners have an amazing love for animals – the way they respond to the plight of the moon bears made our day

Over her 22 years of bear campaigning, Animals Asia founder Jill Robinson has taken the crusade against the bear bile trade to almost every corner of the world.


19 November 2015

Typhoons and chemical explosions – nothing stopped our Cat and Dog Team in 2015

When a typhoon hit China – forcing the evacuation of 513,900 people – the dogs of the Fu Zhou Small Animal Protection Centre were almost lost in the confusion.


18 November 2015

Petition launched as 199 NGOs join Animals Asia to oppose Vietnam dolphin plan

Animals Asia has been joined by 199 animal charities as a petition is launched against plans to build a dolphinarium in Danang, Vietnam.


17 November 2015

Miracle gifts for #MoonBearHeroes this Christmas

We are so excited by the new range of Animals Asia merchandising that’s now available ahead of Christmas.


16 November 2015

137 kilos of moon bear has 40 winks – 20 metres up (PICS)

Balancing your big moon bear behind on a tiny branch way above our China sanctuary is far from snoozeworthy. But for tree-climber extraordinaire Wang Cai, it’s not worth losing sleep over. In fact there’s nothing he likes more than a nap at altitude.


13 November 2015

How your kindness helped Kai get over the wall

Kai Madden – one of the all-time #MoonBearHeroes – finally got over that wall.


12 November 2015

Oliver’s Day: A letter to a bear who inspired a movement

One year ago today we lost Oliver - a bear who refused to give up despite 30 years in a cage facing daily bile extractions.


11 November 2015

Danang dolphinarium battle hits headlines in Vietnam

Animals Asia’s suggestion to Danang city leaders that plans to build a dolphinarium would be suicidal for the city have hit Vietnamese newspaper front pages.