Wildlife SoS Bear Sanctuary

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    Tel: +91 11 4660 1096

    Inde, National Highway 2, Muranda, Uttar Pradesh 283101, India

    Wildlife SOS was established in 1995 by a small group of individuals inspired to start a movement and make lasting change to protect and conserve India’s natural heritage, forest and wildlife wealth. Today, the organisation has evolved to actively work towards protecting Indian wildlife, conserving habitat, studying biodiversity, conducting research and creating alternative and sustainable livelihoods for poacher communities or those communities that depend on wildlife for sustenance.

    Wildlife SOS - Elephant Conservation and Care Center

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      Tel: +91 96900 09792

      Near Sachdeva Institute of Technology, Thurmura Ghari, NH2, Mathura, Uttar Pradesh 281122, India

      Wildlife SOS was established in 1995 by a small group of individuals inspired to start a movement and make lasting change to protect and conserve India’s natural heritage, forest and wildlife wealth. Today, the organisation has evolved to actively work towards protecting Indian wildlife, conserving habitat, studying biodiversity, conducting research and creating alternative and sustainable livelihoods for poacher communities or those communities that depend on wildlife for sustenance.

      Villa kitty

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        Tel: +62 858-5758-4131

        Jalan Ambarwati No. 320, Ubud, Lodtunduh, Gianyar, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia

        The Villa Kitty team works hard to save the lives of Bali’s abandoned cats and kittens. In addition to offering them safe and comfortable shelter, they provide quality: Veterinary care and advice, Sterilisation program, Responsible cat adoption service, Education program to promote responsible cat ownership, Love and rehabilitation.

        Vietnam Cat Welfare

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          Tel: +84 97 583 25 15

          Lê Hồng Phong, Cẩm Sơn, Hội An, Quảng Nam, Vietnam

          VCW concentrates on promoting sterilization and vaccination, education programs for understanding cat behavior, general care and overall welfare for cats and all animals’ rights in Vietnam, including addressing the horrific cat and dog meat trade. We also deal with continuous rescue situations and encourages adoptions and fosters.

          Vietnam Animal Aid & Rescue

          Hanoi Hoi An, Quang Nam Vietnam

          VAAR is a vegan animal rights organization that has a rescue shelter and farm sanctuary in Hoi An, Vietnam and office in Hanoi.

          TNR- Felinos Japan

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            Tel: +81 538-84-6196

            toyohama nakano 308-4

            Projeto que tem como objetivo através do CED/TNR na captura, esterilização e devolução de gatos de rua domesticados e ferais. Project that aims through CED / TNR in the capture, sterilization and return of feral cats and domesticated street. 野良猫を捕獲殺菌返すことを目的としたプロジェクト。

            Tiger By The Tail Oman Hidden location

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              Tiger by the Tail (Oman and Sohar) is a passionately committed group of friends who Volunteer to generously dedicate their Time, Efforts, Funds and Energy to improve the Welfare of the Homeless, Unwell and Injured Cats and Birds in Muscat & Sohar. Primary focus of the group is to Trap, Neuter & Return (TNR) of Cats to control the population as best as we can.

              The Osaka Kitten Nursery Hidden location

              Helps with Orphaned kitten rescue and care in Osaka and surrounding area.

              The Man that Rescues Dogs Sanctuary

              Tel: +66 (0)81 861 1164

              Bang Phra, Si Racha District, Chon Buri 20110, Thailand

              Feeding, rescuing, treating, sheltering, sterilizing, and rehoming stray dogs in Thailand since 2011

              Thai Street Paws Rescue Hidden location

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                I am an Australian Teacher, living in the south of Thailand. My mission here is to rescue, sterilise, treat and love as many street dogs as possible.

                SPCA Penang

                Tel: +60 4-281 6559

                Jalan Jeti Jelutong, Jelutong, 11600 Jelutong, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

                The SPCA Penang, formerly known as RSPCA, was founded in 1948. It is a non-profit community-based organization whose primary roles are those of protecting and caring for animals.

                Soi Dog Foundation

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                  Tel: +66 81 788 4222

                  167/9 Moo 4 Soi Tambon Amphur Talang, Mai Khao 10, Tambon Mai Khao, Amphoe Thalang, Chang Wat Phuket 83110, Thailand

                  Soi Dog Foundation is a not-for-profit, legally registered charitable organization in Thailand, the United States, Australia, the UK, France, Canada and Holland. Soi Dog helps the homeless, neglected and abused dogs and cats of Asia, works to end the dog meat trade throughout the region, and responds to animal welfare disasters and emergencies.

                  Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA)

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                    Tel: +65 6287 5355

                    50 Sungei Tengah Road, Singapore 699012

                    The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) is a registered animal welfare charity with IPC status. We receive around 300 pets and stray animals every month. This figure includes lost dogs which are all checked for microchips and advertised in the press in an effort to locate their owners.

                    PhaNgan Animal Care

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                      Tel: +66 89 875 7513

                      14/1 Moo 4, Wok Tum, Koh PhaNgan, อำเภอ เกาะพะงัน สุราษฎร์ธานี 84280, Thailand

                      PACS is a non profit organisation on the island of Koh PhaNgan in Thailand. PACS provides nursing & hospital care for stray, temple and wild animals that need medical assistance.

                      Peepal Farm

                      Tel: +91 99994 29144

                      Peepal Farm, Village VPO Dhanotu, Tehsil Shahpur, District Kangra, Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh 176208, India

                      Peepal Farm is a stray animal rescue, a vegan organic farm, and a low impact farmstay. It is the home we have built in the Himalayan Foothills to accommodate recovering injured stray animals, people who want to do good work, and an organic garden to provide a little bit for all of us.

                      PAWS Bangkok

                      Tel: +66 80 000 0000

                      712/2 Khwaeng Bang Chak

                      PAWS' goal is to create a smaller and healthier street and community animal population in Bangkok and Thailand. In order to do this, the following is provided to street and community animals: - Spay & Neuter services - Rabies vaccination - No-cost and Low-cost animal nursing care - Community Education

                      Paws At Peace Dog Sanctuary

                      Tel: 081 861 1164

                      Motorway 7, Tambon Mon Nang, Amphoe Phanat Nikhom, Chang Wat Chon Buri 20140, Thailand

                      The Man That Rescues Dogs is a non-profit organisation established in 2013. Feeds around 75+ dogs per day, medicates them when they are sick, and spays/neuters them. Also finds new homes for some dogs.

                      Pawer Hidden location

                      It's run by small group of people, but their profession is educating kids and adults to raise the awareness of the reality of abandoned dogs and cats, responsible ownership, and what each of us can do to make it a better world. They have visited over 60 shelters in Japan, Germany, England, Poland, U.S., Cyprus and they work on spreading the ideas of improving shelter environment by sharing the information to the local shelters in Japan. Key words: talks/speeches on animal welfare, hold adoption events, cats rescue, animal welfare education, research on shelters in and out of Japan, ICAWC, animal hoarder, foster, etc

                      Osaka Kitten nursery

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                        Tel: 08097571601

                        2 Chome-30 Nakasakurazuka

                        Osaka Kitten Nursery is an Osaka based charity specialising in caring for stray and abandoned kittens.

                        Nyanderguard にゃんだーガード

                        Tel: +81 247-73-8915

                        Fukuuchi Yamada, Miharu, Tamura District, Fukushima Prefecture 963-7733, Japan

                        Mission includes rescuing animals left behind in the exclusion zones; Replenishing feeding stations in the exclusion zones; Sheltering rescued animals and providing health care; Reuniting pets with their owners; Finding new homes for the rescued animals; Educating the public about raising pets; and Sponsoring TNR runs.

                        Mutts & Mittens Pte Ltd

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                          Tel: +65 6583 7371

                          11 Pasir Ris Farmway 2, Singapore 519326

                          Mutts & Mittens is more than just dogs, cats or bunnies. We are family. Believing in the good of one another. And doing our best for our furry friends

                          Mirai To Inochi Hidden location

                          Provides awareness regarding facts around Fukushima nuclear power plant accident site, from the viewpoint of life. Provides the support for cats and dogs from these areas without a place to go. Facilitates volunteer efforts, and tells stories of experiences rescuing dogs and cats from the evacuation area.

                          Malath Canaan Rescue Jordan Hidden location

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                            Malath-Canaan Rescue Jordan is a foster based NGO that loves & respects the stray dogs of Jordan-the Canaan breed. The group rescues, medically treats & re homes those magnificent dogs.

                            Madras Animal Rescue Society

                            Tel: 940059810

                            2nd cross street Anna Salai Road, Palavakkam Kuppam, Palavakkam, Chennai, India

                            MARS was formed with the idea that every animal deserves a chance at life. One of the most important things that MARS does is rescuing injured animals, with the help of members and volunteers, and getting them the medical help they need, fostering them until they recover. We also feed dogs/cats in the streets and government pounds, with the help of donors. If you require assistance in helping injured animals, please email to Please contact the same email, if you wish to make a donation (We also accept physical donations like food, bowls, medicines, blankets etc). We'd be ever so grateful for your contribution.

                            Let the Animals Live

                            Tel: +972 8-661-0830

                            Ben Yehuda St 23, Sderot, Israel

                            Let The Animals Live is the largest and the leading non-profit, no-kill Animal Welfare and Protection Organization in Israel (founded in 1986). The association is active in the following areas: Emergency hotline – answers calls from the public regarding distressed animals, as well as gives telephone information. Search and rescue vehicle – with this vehicle distressed animals are picked up and transferred to the association’s shelter for veterinary care and rehabilitation. Animal shelter – in it can be regularly found about 300 dogs and cats who receive dedicated care until a warm home is found for them. Our main animal shelter is found in Meshek Dror at the entrance to Ramla, in addition to shelters in Kfar Tikva and Sakhnin. Veterinary clinic services – provides veterinary treatment, including spaying/neutering, at reduced cost. The clinic is open to the public and provides low-cost treatments for those who can’t afford private veterinary care. Legal department – inquiries about matters of animal abuse and maintenance; taking care of farm animals; taking care of legislation; operating a legal clinic; and public campaigns.

                            Lanta Animal Welfare

                            Tel: +66 84 304 4331

                            629 Moo 2, Saladan, Koh Lanta, อำเภอ เกาะลันตา กระบี่ 81150, Thailand

                            Lanta Animal Welfare is a non profit charity based in south west Thailand. We are dedicated to improving the lives of all animals, relieving pain and suffering. Lanta Animal Welfare was founded by Junie Kovaks in 2005. Her mission was to end the suffering of the hundreds of homeless, abused and injured animals on Koh Lanta. To date, we have sterilised and treated over 15,000 animals, and with your support we continue to grow helping more and more animals each year.

                            Kyoto Rivercat Mission Hidden location

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                              The Kyoto Rivercats Mission is a sterilization focused cat welfare project in Kyoto. It is founded and run by Tamarah Cohen. The project is in regular need of cat food and supply donations, as well as sponsorship for new sterilization surgeries, and foster or adoptive homes for vulnerable cats and kittens. For more information on how you can help, contact Tamarah via facebook.

                              Japan Cat Network (Kyoto branch)

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                                Tel: +81 242-23-9339

                                11 Yasui Tatsumicho, Uzumasa, Kyoto, Japan

                                We are an animal welfare group with a 15+ year history in Japan of "Helping people help pets".. A volunteer run organization and donation funded- WE THANK YOU for your kindness/generosity.. Our greatest joy comes from helping individuals learn the importance of spay/neuter, TNR and/or finding fur-ever homes for the stray/abandoned animals in their own community.. Whether in everyday mode with endless emails of advice or crisis mode like on the ground rescuing animals from the radiated areas of Fukushima we've been there since the beginning. We help people help pets. We believe that people helping pets should not have to give up everything to do so. If you have a good local project, or an idea for one, we want to assist you. We also want to try to help you solve any cat or dog related problems.

                                Japan Cat Network

                                Tel: +81 242-23-9339

                                Japan, 〒969-3283 Fukushima-ken, Yama-gun, Inawashiro-machi, 猪苗代町野付上3285−1

                                Japan Cat Network helps people to help stray and abandoned pets throughout Japan. The organization and members of the network provide assistance with rescue, rehoming, population control, connection to resources, problem solving, and limited sheltering. JCN responded immediately to the 2011 earthquake and tsunami in northern Japan, organizing on site teams which assisted evacuees with pet concerns and rescued over 600 animals from evacuated areas. Regular weekly feeding missions provided food for hundreds more until they could be safely rescued. JCN continues to run a small shelter in Inawashiro, Fukushima, as well as a volunteer and fund raising program in Kyoto.

                                Japan Animal Trust

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                                  Tel: +81-72-737-1707

                                  117 Noma-ohara Nose Toyono, Osaka 563-0131 JAPAN

                                  The programme provides a safe secure shelter for animals operating under a no kill policy. they also provide veterinary treatment to all the animals and run training classes for animals both under their care and for people in the local community. They accept donations online and also run a adoption programme, they were registered as an official NOP in 2004.

                                  Heart Tokushima

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                                    Tel: +81 88-645-1801

                                    Japan, 〒771-4267 Tokushima-ken, Tokushima-shi, Shibunochō, Iwahana, 徳島県徳島市渋野町南谷95

                                    HEART is a registered NPO run solely on a volunteer basis and funded entirely through donations. We are based in Tokushima, Japan and our aim is to build a community in which companion animals can live free from suffering or cruelty. Our activities include rescue, care and re-homing of stray, abandoned, abused and neglected animals. We also promote spay/neuter and responsible pet ownership through education and supportive means. HEART was founded in 2006 by Canadian Susan Mercer with the long-term goal of developing an animal rescue center in the Shikoku area and decreasing the stray dog and cat population through spay/neuter.

                                    Happy Tails Sanctuary Koh Samui

                                    Tel: +66 94 752 0578

                                    101/2 Moo 5, Tambon Taling Nam, Baan Tong Krut

                                    Happy tails Sanctuary is a sanctuary for rescued dogs and cats in Thailand, Koh Samui. It is run by one brave woman, Francoise De Jaegher.

                                    Friends Of Nature

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                                      Tel: +86 010-65232040

                                      Room 406, Building C Huazhan Guoji Gongyu, No. 12 Yumin Road, Chaoyang District,BJ, CHINA

                                      Friends of Nature (abbreviation: FON, Chinese: 自然之友, pinyin: zìrán zhī yǒu) is the People's Republic of China's oldest environmental non-government organization. On March 31, 1994, the organization was officially registered under the name Green Culture Institute of the International Academy of Chinese Culture under the Ministry of Civil Affairs. The focus of the group is to raise awareness about environmental protection ( such as saving endangered species, recycling, energy conservation etc.) through workshops, field trips and the training of teachers. Furthermore, FON has been instrumental in the development of other environmental NGOs and student groups across China because NGOs in China are technically forbidden from establishing branch offices. FON was China's first legal NGO. In 1996, FON members traveled to Kekexili to collect information about the Tibetan antelope population. Two years later, FON held a series of conferences about the protection of the Tibetan antelope in conjunction with several international NGOs including World Wide Fund for Nature and International Fund for Animal Welfare. The conferences raised awareness about the plight of the antelope. (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

                                      Freedom Farm

                                      Tel: +972 9-898-7533

                                      Morag St, Olesh, Israel

                                      Freedom Farm is an experimental educational center for bringing together people and animals saved from the food industry. Freedom Farm Sanctuary serves as a forever home for rescued animals from the meat, egg, and dairy industry and provides them with comfortable, compassionate, and respected lives. The farm is a "heaven on earth" that is also an opportunity for individuals, groups, and families to get to know the rescued animal as individual creatures with personalities, emotions, and social structures. Tours in English are available- for reservations please contact

                                      Elephants in Japan Hidden location

                                      Torn away from her family in Thailand as a baby in 1949, Hanako the elephant was forced to live most of her 69 years alone, in a small concrete enclosure in a Tokyo zoo. The Elephants in Japan: In Memory of Hanako campaign works to ensure that Hanako’s life will never be forgotten. We will ensure her legacy lives on, by inspiring her fans in Japan and elsewhere to better educate themselves on elephant welfare and work to expose and improve the living conditions of the many other captive zoo elephants who need us.

                                      D.O.G. Rescue Cyprus (Dali Organized Group) Hidden location

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                                        D.O.G Rescue Cyprus is a small volunteer group, created in 2011, to help the stray dogs being held in Dali Municipality pound in Nicosia, Cyprus. Our main goal is to save as many dogs as we can, and prevent their euthanisation. We have a strict non-put to sleep policy, and endeavour to shelter, feed, love and provide veterinary treatment for all dogs that come into our care, until we find them new, loving homes.

                                        Chiyoda Nyantonarukai

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                                          3-1 312 Sanbancho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0075

                                          Chiyoda Nyantonarukai cooperates with the government administration in Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo, in working to solve the problem of homeless cats. Their activities focus on supporting population control through trap neuter return projects, rehabilitation, and rehoming. In 2011, these efforts resulted in reducing the government euthanasia rate for Chiyoda ward to zero. Although this activity is limited to the area of Chiyoda Ward, it is considered a model program. The administration and volunteers continue to cooperate in spreading information about their successful efforts all over the country, in order to increase the quality of life for homeless cats everywhere.

                                          China Small Animal Protection Association

                                          Tel: 010-65528302

                                          Xibeiwang Town, Haidian District, Beijing

                                          China Small Animal Protection Association was established in November 1988 and formally started in September 1992 with the approval of the Ministry of Agriculture. In December of the same year, it was registered by the Ministry of Civil Affairs. A volunteer social organization based in Beijing, the CSAPA runs public education campaigns, outreach, and organizes animal rescues. CSAPA's values are based on cherishing life, advocating compassion for animals and promoting humanitarianism. It protects animals, animals’ right to survival and freedom from abuse, and improves and enhances the living conditions and feeding standards of small animals. Their mission is to oppose any acts and thoughts that would lead to abuse of animals.

                                          Cat Beach Sanctuary

                                          Tel: +60 4-881 1015

                                          778, Jalan Teluk Awak, Teluk Bahang, 11050 Tanjung Bungah, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

                                          Cat Beach Sanctuary is located in the fishing village of Teluk Bahang on the island of Penang, Malaysia. More than 200 cats rescued from desperate situations.

                                          Care For Dogs

                                          Tel: +66 84 752 5255

                                          12 Moo 11 Wiang Dong, Nam Prae, Hang Dong, ตำบล น้ำแพร่ อำเภอ หางดง เชียงใหม่ 50230, Thailand

                                          Care for Dogs provides hope to the abandoned, injured and abused dogs of Chiang Mai / Northern Thailand.

                                          Bali Dog Adoption Rehabilitation Centre (BARC)

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                                            Tel: 0361 971 208

                                            Jl. Raya Pengosekan, MAS, Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia

                                            BARC (Bali Dog Adoption Rehabilitation Centre) is a registered Australian/ Indonesian not-for-profit animal organization. BARC is a no-kill shelter providing vaccination, sterilization and other necessary medical assistance to all rescued animals. We operate a street sterilization program to help stop the relentless flow of unwanted puppies. Additionally we conduct education programs in the Balinese community.

                                            Bali Animal Welfare Association (BAWA)

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                                              Tel: 081 138 9004

                                              Jl. Ubud Raya 10, Ubud Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia

                                              Bali Animal Welfare Association (BAWA) is a non-profit organisation based in Bali, Indonesia. BAWA works to save, protect and improve the lives of all animals in Bali and beyond. BAWA directly relieves the suffering of animals by providing emergency response and rescue, food and medication, rehabilitation and adoption. BAWA practices humane population control, disease control and runs intensive education and advocacy programs for sustainable improvement to animal welfare now and into the future. BAWA will respond to alerts of any animal in distress – from snakes to dolphins. A key focus is Bali’s Heritage Dog – the island’s genetically unique street dog that is under threat. BAWA is funded entirely by donations and relies heavily on a staff of dedicated volunteers.

                                              ARC Pet Rescue

                                              RP4J+95 Thảo Điền, District 2,

                                              Arc Pets Vietnam was founded in 2010. It is a group of animal lovers rescuing cats and dogs in need, providing medical treatment, vaccination, and neutering for all pets before rehoming. An arc dog trainer works with the dogs to help with, often severe, traumatic emotional problems. A group dog walk is done each day which helps to socialize the dogs and re-build their trust in humans before finding them a loving home. Cats are also well cared for, and efforts made to get them in a foster home or arc cat shelter while a new home is found. Over 100 pets are homed each year.

                                              Animals Asia

                                              Tel: +852 2791 2225

                                              1501, Tung Hip Commercial Building, 246-248 Des Voeux Rd Central

                                              Founded in 1998, Animals Asia promotes compassion and respect for all animals and works to bring about long-term change. Working to end the barbaric bear bile trade, Animals Asia has rescued over 500 bears, caring for them at its award-winning bear sanctuaries in China and Vietnam. Animals Asia also works to end the trade in dogs and cats for food in China and Vietnam, and lobbies to improve the welfare of companion animals, promote humane population management and prevent the cross-border export of "meat dogs" in Asia. In addition, Animals Asia campaigns for an end to abusive animal practices in zoos and safari parks in Asia, and works closely with governing authorities to improve animal management and increase awareness of the welfare needs of captive animals.

                                              Animal Rights Center Japan (ARC)

                                              Tel: +81-3-3770-0720

                                              150-0042 New Shibuya Cooporas 1009 12-3 Udagawacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan

                                              Animal Rights Center aims for peaceful coexistence with animals, and the eradication of animal experiments, unethical killing of animals, cruelty toward animals and animal abandonment. Animal Rights Centre is a Specified Non-Profit Organization working for the protection of animal rights and dignity; for animals to be treated ethically and with respect, just as we expect to be.

                                              Animal Refuge Kansai (ARK)

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                                                Tel: 072-737-0712

                                                595 Noma Ohara, Nose-cho, Toyono-gun, Osaka-fu 563-0131 JAPAN

                                                ARK is a non-profit, non-governmental private organization with the aim of forming a network of people who love animals, believe in sharing their lives with them, and who work actively to rescue them from suffering. ARK was established in 1990 and became officially recognized as an NPO (Non-Profit Organization) in September 1999 and became an accredited nintei in 2016. In 2008, ARK was accepted as an International Associate Member of the RSPCA. ARK receives all funding for its activities from the donations and membership fees of the general public. We have approximately 30 staff members and receive support from volunteers who understand our activities. Our staff depends on our many volunteers because ARK is dedicated to not only the care of the animals but also to maintaining our facilities for the animals.

                                                Animal Friends Jogja (Donation Drop Point only)

                                                Tel: +62 274 516664

                                                Jl. C Simanjuntak No.30C, Terban, Gondokusuman, Kota Yogyakarta, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta 55223, Indonesia

                                                It all began with the individual works and awareness of six individuals living in Yogyakarta who were working to better the plight of animals in their community. In early 2010, they got together and decided that joining forces would be more effective in educating the community, and formed a small group they called 'Animal Friends Jogja [AFJ]'. AFJ is now still a non-profit organization based in Yogyakarta that is committed to improving the welfare of the animals in the community through proactive education, advocacy, campaigns, rescues, , networking with related organizations and communities, and promoting grassroots activism. We endeavor to relieve suffering and overpopulation by providing medical care, spay and neuter (sterilization), fostering / adoption for stray-neglected-abused companion animals, and by educating children and adults in animal welfare & nature conservation.

                                                ALIVE - All Life In a Viable Environment

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                                                  Tel: +81-3-5978-6272

                                                  5-18-10-102, Honkomagome, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, 113-0021

                                                  The idea of creating the ALIVE Foundation was proposed by ALIVE’s founder, the late Fusako Nogami, to help nurture the next generation of activists and to support the promotion of future activities. The board of directors of ALIVE unanimously agreed to implement this proposal and the Foundation has been established partly with funding from a legacy of Ms. Nogami. The ALIVE Foundation is dedicated to supporting excellent research and activities that contribute to resolving the problems that affect animals, and also at nurturing promising activists and advocates who can make a positive contribution in the animal advocacy field in future.

                                                  Al Rabee Society for Nature and Animal Protection Hidden location

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                                                    Tel: + 962-796-290-734

                                                    RSNAP is a not-for-profit organisation, established in January 2013 with the purpose of generating compassionate and conscientious conduct towards nature and animals and to provide the necessary services aimed to improve the local community’s relation with its surrounding environment.

                                                    Acres Wildlife Rescue Centre

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                                                      Tel: +65 6892 9821

                                                      91 Jln Lekar, Singapore 698917

                                                      ACRES is an animal protection organisation, driven by our concern for animals. We adopt research projects on the use of animals in various fields. Research findings are then used to educate the public to promote active community involvement in the animal protection movement, as well as strive towards synergistic partnerships with authorities and related parties.

                                                      ACF Animal Rescue - Ayesha Chundrigar Foundation

                                                      Tel: +92 334 5665000

                                                      Dalmia Cement Factory Road, Malir Cantonment

                                                      The first initiative ACF started was the first-of-its-kind animal shelter in Pakistan, based in Karachi for injured and unwell stray animals such as dogs, cats and kites and working animals such as donkeys, horses and camels. We began rescue service ambulances, we have an active rescue helpline and social media where reporters report injured animals, as well as a spay/neuter/release programme; once a healthy dog/cat has fully recovered from surgery (spay/neuter) and after post-operative care, we release them back into the community in areas we have identified as safe zones. We also hold donkey camps, where our team goes out to different donkey/equine populated areas of the city including brick kilns and coal mines to provide medical treatment, food and water to the donkeys and to educate the owner on donkey behaviour and donkey handling. We also explain to the owners how treating their animals better will help them in the long run as a donkey is a donkey owner’s (daily wager) sole source of income. Such learning is carried out via social mobilization, capacity building and community awareness programmes.

                                                      4PAWS Penang Animal Welfare Society

                                                      Tel: +60 16-342 0703

                                                      429, Jalan Hassan Abbas, Teluk Bahang, 11050 Penang, 11050, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

                                                      Penang Animal Welfare Society (4PAWS) is a registered non-profit dog rescue organisation founded by animal lover and advocate, Barbara Janssen. The aim of the society is to provide a home for stray and abandoned dogs in Penang, providing care and rehabilitation until they find their permanent homes.

                                                      Elephant Nature Park

                                                      Tel: +66 (0) 53 272855

                                                      209/2 Sridom Chai Road Kuet Chang, Mae Taeng District Chiang Mai 50100 Thailand

                                                      A sanctuary and rescue centre for elephants, cats, dogs, buffaloes and many other rescued species, set in Chiang Mai province, Northern Thailand. Also actively engaged in the protection of endangered species, Rain Forest Restoration, and visitor education. The park has received numerous awards from institutions including the Smithsonian. The founder was named Asian Hero of the Year by Time magazine in 2005 and the park has been featured in many international publications including National Geographic magazine as well as feature documentaries from respected film production companies – Discovery Channel, National Geographic, Animal Planet, BBC, CNN, KTV, RAI, major Thai language TV channels, printed press and radio stations.