CAPTIVITY - OUR DIFFERENT REPORTS
Between France and abroad, the number of animals in captivity is impossible to count. It includes circuses, zoos, sanctuaries, marine parks, aquariums, elephant camps, certificate holders ... Many are detained in appalling conditions.
Chapter Animals has produced various reports on captivity around the world. France, Japan, South Africa, Italy, Slovakia, China, South Korea ... And the results are not good. We must act to offer them better living conditions.
SANCTUARY EMERGENCY? - IT'S TIME TO BUILD IT
Seizures of wild animals are increasing worldwide. And it becomes more and more difficult to place all the animals in structures offering them the chance to live in semi-freedom.
We are announcing our intention to help these animals, by funding the first French sanctuary!
LET ME FIND THE OCEAN:
Come help us! To give freedom to Lotty, Sharky, Malou, Beauty, Guama, Femke and Hina, seven dolphins taken from the state in the seas, we need your support.
After more than 40 years of stolen freedom, to be of service to men, isn't it time for these individuals to benefit from a retirement in a marine sanctuary?
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ABUSE, AN A ANIMALS CHAPTER :
Officially launched in 2018, active in the field since 2017, we work tirelessly around the world for animal and environmental welfare. We fight for elephants, great apes and some species of cetaceans to have legal rights, we fight for the creation of sanctuaries to protect the local fauna and flora, we fight to fight the plague of poaching ... Men, animals and nature can live together and protect each other.
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