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Animal welfare
to support good
We work with Zoos
practices
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Animal Welfare
That Compromise
Wild Animal Practices
We Challenge Captive
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captive animal welfare
We improve
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cultural differences but don’t let them become an excuse for poor welfare

We Respect

“Within a zoo environment, as custodians of animals, it is our absolute moral imperative to provide for animal welfare and wellbeing.

Working With Zoos

We work with the accredited zoo community to support good captive animal welfare practices

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Challenging Captive Practices

We challenge captive wild animal practices that compromise animal welfare

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Improve Animal Welfare

We improve captive animal welfare in sub-standard collections

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“Our Vision is to end the suffering of captive wild animals around the world, ensuring full and sustainable protection is given to all animals in human care.”

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“We believe in a compassionate and empathy based approach to captive wild animal welfare as all animals in our care deserve our compassion and protection.” 

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Wild Welfare Worldwide

Wild Welfare believes in a compassionate and empathy based approach to captive wild animal welfare and supports campaigns that aim to end suffering in captive wild animals around the world.

Projects we engage in

We concern ourselves with wild animals kept under poor conditions in captivity and build constructive relationships with individual zoos, collections and communities to ensure that long term changes for appropriate animal welfare are made.

Inspiring Change

We assess, advise and train individuals involved in the zoo and aquarium industry, developing compassion, capacity and engagement in animal welfare concepts and practices.

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Captive Animal Welfare in Japan

There are hundreds of captive wild animal facilities in Japan, ranging from bear parks, aquariums to shopping mall...
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Captive Animal Welfare in Vietnam

Captive wild animal facilities in Vietnam, such as wildlife rescue centres and zoos, are playing an increasingly important...
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Animal Welfare in Brazilian zoos

Brazil has 123 zoological institutions: 110 zoos and 13 aquariums, which together hold approximately 50,000 animals.Although biologically diverse,...
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Creating Partnerships

Enabling ways to improve substandard zoo welfare requires strong working relationships between key stakeholders engaged in both collection...
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Wild Welfare works on a variety of programmes and activities that help provide long-term solutions to critical wild animal welfare issues.

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