Latest animals in disasters news
02 October 2019
As the Amazon continues to burn, our teams are on the ground, thanks to you, delivering much-needed medicines to the state CETAS – Wild Animal Screening Centres – where wild animals are brought after being injured or displaced.
09 September 2019
The Amazon is burning with fires threatening 10% of the world’s biodiversity
05 September 2019
Some of the world’s most iconic wild animals as well as pets, are grave risk as fires continue to blaze through the Amazon rainforest.
14 May 2019
We couldn’t take real animals to the United Nations disasters conference in Geneva, so we brought six large inflatable animal ambassadors with us instead
23 April 2019
Thanks to our supporters, our disaster teams have raced to help 200,000 farm animals and pets after Cyclone Idai caused widespread devastation in Southern Africa.
26 March 2019
Our response team has launched into action to save farm animals and pets in Mozambique and Malawi. Idai is one of the worst tropical cyclones on record and has caused catastrophic damage
15 March 2019
We were on the ground to assess animal health after the deadly dam disaster in Brumadinho, Minas Gerais, Brazil.
08 March 2019
Across the world, millions of farm animals are owned by women. These animals provide an important source of food, social status and income for household needs, education, clothing and medicine. On this International Women's Day, let's reflect on the work women do and how we can further empower them.
03 January 2019
For many Australians, tropical storms and cyclones are a reality of the summer months. While some people have a disaster survival plan in place, they don’t always include their pets. This can result in losing valuable time and making last minute decisions when a disaster occurs.
30 December 2018
For many Australians, torrential rain and flooding are a reality of the summer months. While some people have a disaster survival plan in place, they don’t always include their pets. This can result in losing valuable time and making last minute decisions when a disaster occurs.