Latest animals in disasters news

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.
22 December 2018
For many Australians, bushfires and hot weather 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 November 2018
Earlier this year, a large earthquake struck Sulawesi, Indonesia, triggering a tsunami. We were the first animal welfare organisation on the ground to provide much needed aid to pets and farm animals.
08 August 2018
This International Cat Day, we’re reflecting on a few of the ways you’ve “purrsonally” helped cats in need.