After lifetimes spent trapped in tiny cages, rescued bears love the freedom of swinging the days away on sanctuary swings.
Moon bear Snow endured years of excruciating pain on a bile farm, but just weeks after his rescue vets have revealed a totally new bear.
Organisers of a China-wide display of “No to cat and dog meat” posters were left reeling by the emotional response from young people demanding the cruelty be stopped.
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.
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.
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.
When moon bear Bärli arrived at our sanctuary in 2010, he was a sight for sore eyes, but now he’s a “model” bear.