Latest animals in disasters news
14 June 2018
Earlier this year, the vast and desolate Eastern Steppe of Mongolia experienced a natural disaster known as a “Black Dzud”; bringing with it extremely low temperatures and high winds for weeks on end. A dzud of this type occurs when a harsh winter follows a very dry summer.
08 June 2018
Cattle, pigs, horses and chickens are just some of the animals struggling to survive after Volcán de Fuego erupted in Guatemala on June 3. We’re providing emergency food, medication and shelter.
14 March 2018
When Hurricane Irma tore through the Caribbean in September 2017, many island countries were devastated and local populations were forced to leave their homes. In Barbuda, all residents were forced to evacuate the island and leave their animals behind.
09 March 2018
We recently returned from a monitoring and evaluation visit, something we build into every relief effort to ensure that funds are being used toward the help and care of animals.
13 February 2018
Torrential rains, floods and landslides left thousands of animals at risk after it struck the African island last month. Our mobile clinic is visiting animals in urgent need, and helping them recover
22 January 2018
People have been provided continued humanitarian support, but animals still require veterinary care
01 January 2018
Animals can’t make New Year’s resolutions to transform their own lives. But you can help stop their suffering.
19 December 2017
The holiday season is upon us, which means special events and gatherings. It also means summer weather and new potential risks for pets. Make sure to keep your pets’ welfare top of mind to avoid excess stress and injuries.
13 December 2017
There were many wins for animals in need this year because of your support.
20 September 2017
Category 5 storm Hurricane Maria is following the same destructive path across the Caribbean as Hurricane Irma. We're still protecting vulnerable animals affected by Irma, but fear they'll be in even more danger after this second storm strikes