You are a lifeline for animals caught in terrible disasters
Our disaster response teams deployed to four countries this month, helping thousands of animals who are fighting for their lives after heavy rainfall turned to floods and mudslides.
You were there for animals when their need was greatest.
Thailand province of Sakon Nakhon struggles to deal with worst flooding in 43 years
Crops have been drowned, leaving farmers unable to feed their cows and water buffalo. These animals would not have a chance without you.
You are providing emergency food for 24,000 farm animals and pets, helping them to get them through the worst of the disaster.
Flood waters devastate Nepal and India
Thousands of animals are fighting for their lives in India’s northeastern state of Assam and in Nepal following devastating floods.
“Animals are in dire need, injured, starving and at high risk of disease. The floods have damaged pastures for months to come, compounding the emergency with starvation,” describes Hansen Thambi Prem, our disaster response project manager.
You are delivering emergency aid and food to 67,000 of the most vulnerable animals.
Mudslides hit Freetown, Sierra Leone
“Dogs are in dire need; injured, starving and at high risk of disease” describes Tennyson Williams, our country director.
The situation in Freetown is still unfolding, but thanks to you dogs are receiving immediate aid and longer term care to prevent rabies and other diseases.
Thousands of animals have become victims of disasters this month, and our resources have been stretched to the max. But thanks to you, these animals are receiving help and will recover.
Follow the latest developments and news from these deployments and more:
(More about our Sierra Leone deployment will be posted soon)
Thank you again for joining us to move the world to protect animals.
World Animal Protection