Make a new year’s resolution for animals

01 January 2018

Animals can’t make New Year’s resolutions to transform their own lives. But you can help stop their suffering.

Every year, billions of animals worldwide suffer needlessly. Chickens are factory farmed in appalling conditions, stray dogs are culled in misguided attempts to tackle rabies, and elephants are beaten so they will take tourists for rides.

Here are five great ways you can help us make a difference for animals with us in 2018.

1. Create change for chickens

Forced to live in horrific conditions, billions of chickens across the world experience unbearable suffering during their short, miserable lives. We believe industry can help change this. Support our campaign to create Change for chickens.

2. Don’t support entertainment that harms elephants

Your choices on holiday have the power to reduce demand for cruel attractions and save animal lives. You can be part of the solution by pledging to be an animal friendly traveller. You’ll be demonstrating to travel companies and tour operators that there is demand for elephant friendly venues. 

3. Plan ahead to protect your pet

Natural disasters can occur at any time, and without a plan you could make panicked decisions that threaten the safety of your pet, yourself and your family. Download our free Disaster Pack to prepare a disaster plan for your pet.

4. Help us protect more animal in need

In 2017, you helped protect millions of animals around the world – from disasters, in communities, on farms and in the wild.

You could help us move achieve even more by pledging a monthly gift. Your donation could help fund ground-breaking investigations and research that exposes animal suffering, save animals affected by natural disasters, or support change for animals.

5. Be a voice for animals

Learn more about animals, the latest issues that impact them and what we’re doing to move the world to protect animals by sharing our news from our Facebook page.

Here are five great ways you can help us make a difference for animals with us in 2018.