There is a lodge in Africa where the elephants go on their migrant path through this lodge that was built in their way to gorge on the fruit that grows in the backyard of this lodge. The elephants have developed trust in the people there and it is quite amazing. I would love to go there sometime!Read More
Nosey is 30 years old and forced to give rides by her cruel owner, Hugo Liebel. He has been repeating violations for all these years. She has been with him since she was a baby. He beats her, electro shocks her. She has skin problems, sore feet and arthritis. We are all trying to get her to a sanctuary. If you see her, go on Facebook to report to some of the groups trying to save her such as PETA.Read More
In Kenya, Africa, they are making honey bee fences to keep the elephants away from the farmers crops. They get honey from the bees to see and they also keep their crops safe.
How wonderful is that?
Wonderful AD-International rescues Wooley monkeys, coati mundis, spider monkeys and many other types of animals stolen in the illegal pet trade and sends them to sanctuaries in the Amazon by air, boat and river. How wonderful. Donate if you can. They need your money.Read More
Hope for Paws is a wonderful dog rescue that has gone to the ends of the earth to rescued poor abandoned dogs left by heartless, cruel humans in the most horrible places. This beautiful white German Shepard was abandoned in the desert and rescued by this wonderful group.Read More
Many endangered fish are killed in these dangerous gillnets. A baby whale was discovered with gillnets wrapped around his tail. So sad. Glad that the Navy in Mexico worked with Sea Shepard removed these nets.Read More
Here is a video of the way elephants should be treated. I wish all elephants could enjoy a life like this!!Read More
SALT LAKE CITY — In spite of potential opposition from a mob, a Utah-based wildlife group is playing a role in the rescue of an elephant that was removed over the weekend from a Hindu temple near Mumbai, India.
The group says the elephant, named Suraj, has been brutally abused for many years and even had one ear torn off because of a beating.
The rescue involved dozens of Indian police officers assisting an India-based wildlife group called Wildlife SOS in their first major action at a Hindu Temple.
The group’s USA chapter is based in Salt Lake City, and Utah resident Lavanya Raju is in India to assist when Suraj arrives at a wildlife sanctuary.
“Suraj the one-eared elephant was just rescued in what was likely our most dangerous rescue operation our team has ever conducted,” Nikki Sharp...Read More
Sassyfrass was rescued in 2010 from a family that could no longer take care of him. People get big cats over the internet and think they will make cool pets but they could not be more wrong. He is happy at BCR and getting mental stimulation.