All Blog Posts for Dogs & Cats

Little Mambo eyes are sealed shut from infection. © IFAW-COP
26th February 2014 Jennifer Gardner
Villages like Sukamenah in the foothills of Mt. Sinabung are now like ghost towns. The only signs of life are the few Read more »
How to care for our furry family members during extreme weather
19th February 2014 Josey Sharrad
The month of February is the SES’s Caring for companion animals and livestock in emergencies month. We took the chance Read more »
Animal friendly European Pet Night features student art
7th February 2014 James Pirnay
Over the last few weeks, our Animal Action Education (AAE) team partnered with IFAH Europe - the International Federation Read more »
Culling at the Sochi Olympics: exterminating street dogs is not the answer
6th February 2014 Kate Nattrass Atema
IFAW is horrified that the culling of dogs in Sochi was back on the agenda in preparation for the 2014 Winter Olympics. For Read more »
While Tacloban rebuilds, team returns to regional Emergency Relief Network plann
4th February 2014 Jennifer Gardner
The devastation in the days after Typhoon Haiyan was overwhelming as our IFAW disaster response team completed an assessment Read more »
No mistaking the realities of life for Canadian northern dogs
4th February 2014 Janice Hannah
I check the weather up north every day to see what the temperatures are like.  How cold is it during day, what is it Read more »