Animal rights groups and organizations involved in wild cat conservation.
The dissemination of information necessary for a change of consciousness that allows peaceful coexistence between humans and nonhumans; protection of animal rights.
"...We believe that animals deserve fundamental rights including the right to life, liberty, not to be tortured and not be considered property. The idea of rights provides protection to beings with interests and animals have at least the interest of their own well being and to avoid painful. Our use of animals in our society infringed those interests, because we only account that can be beneficial for us to use and exploitation..." Animal Defenders International
Working globally for the protection of animals.
Animal Welfare Institute
Since its founding in 1951, AWI has sought to alleviate the suffering inflicted on animals by people. Animal programs include campaigns to prevent commercial exploitation of endangered species.
"...The Animal Welfare Institute (AWI) condemns violence directed against all living creatures. There are no exceptions..." Campaign Against Canned Hunting
Campaign Against Canned Hunting (CACH) is at the forefront of efforts to expose the harm being done by an industry whose whole business model is to make egregious cruelty to helpless animals, routine.
From the publication and distribution of their textbook 'Canned Lion Hunting - a National Disgrace' at the turn of the new millenium, Chris and Bev have become part of the conservation and animal welfare landscape in South Africa. Now formally structured as a registered wildlife charity, Campaign Against Canned Hunting (CACH) is at the forefront of efforts to expose the harm being done by an industry whose whole business model is to make egregious cruelty to helpless animals, routine. World Society for the Protection of Animals
Address animal cruelty issues worldwide; dedicated to ensuring animals are treated with respect and compassion; animal rescue following a disaster.