All Blog Posts for Animal rescue

A duiker baby was admitted to the Tsavo Trust orphan animal project last month ©
18th October 2016 Gail A’Brunzo
Caracal cats Mavric and Goose were so tiny they still had their umbilical cords attached. A baby duiker, named Anthea, Read more »
A vet’s perspective on helping Lebanon dogs, cats
18th October 2016 Jennifer Gardner
The following is a guest blog from Dr. David Chico, the veterinarian who travelled to Lebanon with an International Fund Read more »
17th October 2016 Katie Moore
We are happy to say that Washburn, the wayward, pregnant manatee we rescued last month, is one step closer to returning to Read more »
Orphan bear rescue centre releases six more cubs into the wild
End of summer and start of fall in Russia is the traditional release time for orphan bear cubs. By now the bear cubs on Read more »
The author and colleague Sergio Heredia at the 9th International Penguin Congres
5th October 2016 Valeria Ruoppolo
With more than half the world’s penguin species listed as Threatened under IUCN criteria, the 9th International Read more »
4th October 2016 Rupa Gandhi Chaudhary
India's wild tiger numbers are very encouraging. There are 2,226 tigers there, amounting to 70 percent of the world Read more »
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