CAPTIVITY IS NOT COMPULSORY...

Chapter Animals is convinced of this: captivity is not compulsory for animals. However, you have to be realistic. If it is not compulsory, it remains - because of men - a means of protecting certain species. It is a solution among others ... But nothing will ever replace backup in its natural state! We prefer to fight to preserve the presence of these magnificent animals in their natural environment - to protect humans - rather than behind pens or cages. We are also strongly opposed to the removal of individuals from the wild, as some establishments still allow.

Our work is as follows: to allow the maximum of these animals to find an environment more adapted to that of their own and allow them to live a life - or retirement - in our partner sanctuaries. On this subject, Chapter Animals plans to open its first sanctuary, in France, to allow to welcome big cats and primates and to consider possible transfers to South Africa.

faunesauvagecaptive01OTHER CAPTIVE WILDLIFE

image_cirque_07CIRCUSES

Zoo 00ZOOS

parc_marin_02DOLPHINARIUMS

particulier_03TRAFFIC AND NEWS PETS

Pro_05ENTERTAINMENT