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captive wild
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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

“As custodians of captive wild animals, it is our absolute moral imperative to provide for the highest standards of individual animal care and wellbeing.”

Inspire Change

We improve animal welfare for all species held in zoos, aquariums and sanctuaries.

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Working With, not Against

We work with facilities, not against them, to help support long-term change in animal care.

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Challenging Captive Practices

We challenge captive wild animal practices that compromise animal welfare.

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“We believe in a compassionate, empathy-based approach to animal welfare, because all animals in our care deserve our protection.” 

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Wild Welfare Worldwide

Wild Welfare believes in a compassionate, empathy-based approach to animal welfare. We support projects that aim to end the suffering of wild animals living in captivity around the world.

Our Projects

Our projects help wild animals living in poor conditions in captivity. We build constructive relationships with animal welfare organisations, zoos and other wild animal facilities and communities, ensuring long-term changes are made to help improve animal welfare.

Inspiring Change

We assess, advise and train the people caring for animals in wildlife facilities around the world, developing their compassion, capacity and engagement with positive animal care and welfare.

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fishing cat in the water in a zoo, Image © Frida Bredesen on Unsplash 

Zoo welfare for animals in Thailand

Thailand has a huge range of captive wild animal facilities, probably best known for those housing elephants, where...
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Two komodo dragons swimming 

Wild Welfare Indonesia

Criticism of Indonesian zoos is high, with frequent circulation within the media and social media of facilities that...
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Japan Bear Parks

Japan’s bear parks began as centres to care for orphaned (as a result of hunting and habitat encroachment)...
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Hippo in a pool at the zoo 

Animal welfare in Southeast Asian zoos

Wild Welfare is helping implement a welfare certification programme (alongside the Southeast Asian Zoos and Aquariums Association), that...
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