Amidst fighting, Ukraine’s Shelter Pif still rescuing, caring for—even adopting!—dogs

Thu, 06/04/2015
One of our handicapped dogs, named Palma, has found a new family!

Vostok Battalion members dismantling a Donetsk barricade yesterdaySeparatist forces and Ukrainian soldiers clashed on Donetsk’s outskirts this week, killing at least 19 people and threatening an already fragile cease-fire, according to news reports.

Amidst fighting, Ukraine’s Shelter Pif still rescuing, caring for—even adopting!—dogs

Thu, 06/04/2015
One of our handicapped dogs, named Palma, has found a new family!

Vostok Battalion members dismantling a Donetsk barricade yesterdaySeparatist forces and Ukrainian soldiers clashed on Donetsk’s outskirts this week, killing at least 19 people and threatening an already fragile cease-fire, according to news reports.

Amidst fighting, Ukraine’s Shelter Pif still rescuing, caring for—even adopting!—dogs

Thu, 06/04/2015
One of our handicapped dogs, named Palma, has found a new family!

Vostok Battalion members dismantling a Donetsk barricade yesterdaySeparatist forces and Ukrainian soldiers clashed on Donetsk’s outskirts this week, killing at least 19 people and threatening an already fragile cease-fire, according to news reports.

Amidst fighting, Ukraine’s Shelter Pif still rescuing, caring for—even adopting!—dogs

Thu, 06/04/2015
One of our handicapped dogs, named Palma, has found a new family!

Vostok Battalion members dismantling a Donetsk barricade yesterdaySeparatist forces and Ukrainian soldiers clashed on Donetsk’s outskirts this week, killing at least 19 people and threatening an already fragile cease-fire, according to news reports.

Amidst fighting, Ukraine’s Shelter Pif still rescuing, caring for—even adopting!—dogs

Thu, 06/04/2015
One of our handicapped dogs, named Palma, has found a new family!

Vostok Battalion members dismantling a Donetsk barricade yesterdaySeparatist forces and Ukrainian soldiers clashed on Donetsk’s outskirts this week, killing at least 19 people and threatening an already fragile cease-fire, according to news reports.

Wildlife crime goes on exhibit in Washington, DC museum

Fri, 06/05/2015
The Crime Museum is the perfect venue to educate visitors on the impact of purch

The Crime Museum is the perfect venue to educate visitors on the impact of purchasing illegally traded wildlife or wildlife products.The International Fund for Animal Welfare has teamed up with the National Museum of Crime and Punishment to bring attention to wildlife crime and showc

Animal welfare charity urges British Ambassador to China to save estimated 10,000 dogs from slaughter at Yulin dog meat event.

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Animal welfare charity urges British Ambassador to China to save estimated 10,00

The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) is calling on the British Ambassador in China to intervene and help ban the horrific annual mass consumption of dog meat in Yulin City.

The event in Guangxi Province takes place around the summer solstice on 21 June and it is estimated around 10,000 dogs could be butchered and eaten.

In the weeks before, many thousands of dogs are reportedly transported huge distances in cramped cages, without food and water, to await their gruesome fate.

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London, UK
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Ally MacDonald (IFAW UK)
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0207 587 6725
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07860 755876
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Elfenbeinzerstörung in Peking: China kündigt Maßnahmen gegen den Elfenbeinhandel an

Fri, 05/29/2015
Die chinesische Forstbehörde und die Zollbehörde zerstörten 662 Kilo beschlagnah

Die chinesische Forstbehörde und die Zollbehörde zerstörten 662 Kilo beschlagnahmtes Elfenbein.In Peking hatte es seit Tagen nicht geregnet. Doch heute in den frühen Morgenstunden setzte plötzlich ein leichter Nieselregen ein.

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California State Assembly passage of AB96

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 California State Assembly passage of AB96

Jeff Flocken, North American Regional Director for the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), issued the following statement on the California State Assembly’s vote to approve AB96, a measure to protect elephants and rhinos by strengthening rules on the ivory and rhino horn trade.

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Washington, DC
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Press Contact: 
Matt Sutton (Rosen Group
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(915) 227-5680
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