The Laos Wildlife Rescue Centre (LWRC) hosts wild animals that were confiscated from illegal traders, held as pets or mistreated. Some are rehabilitated and can be released back to the wild, and the ones who sadly can't will receive life long care in the safe, natural environments the LWRC has created in their Wildlife Sanctuary. The LWRC also cooperates with the National Lao Zoo striving to improve the conditions of their animals, with the vision of transforming the zoo into a world class mixed species wildlife sanctuary, which is crucially needed in Lao PDR
TOLFA operates an animal hospital and related educational and support programs in Rajasthan, Northern India. It is a charity with animal welfare and people’s empowerment at its heart. TOLFA provides rescue and care services to all sick and injured street animals (mostly dogs, cows, cats and donkeys), and rural animal health clinics to the working animals (mainly goats and buffalo) of local villagers.
Lanta Animal Welfare (LAW) is an animal rescue charity on Koh Lanta island is a non-profit dedicated to reducing pain and suffering of dogs and cats around the island of Koh Lanta and beyond. You're welcome to visit the rescue center and socialize with the local dogs and cats.
Visit or volunteer in a sanctuary in Kanchanaburi with elephants rescued from Showbiz and construction industries. Meet elephants, feed them, pet them, and enjoy their company while they're being themselves, without abusing them.
Dog Rescue Thailand is a non profit organization which main purpose is to give the stray dogs a better life and to diminish the number of suffering stray dogs. Visit the shelter to meet and help with the dogs.
Visit or volunteer in a sanctuary with elephants rescued from Showbiz and construction industries. Meet elephants, feed them, pet them, and enjoy their company while they're being themselves, without abusing them.
Soi Dog Foundation in Phuket, Thailand, strives to provide a humane and sustainable solution to managing the stray population and to address their medical needs. Soi Dog focuses its efforts on 4 fronts: Rescue and treatment of strays, Sterilization and vaccination, Ending dog meat trade, Community outreach.
The Gibbon Rehabilitation Project (GRP) works to save and protect gibbons that were mistreated in the touristic industry or kept as pets. When a gibbon is brought to the sanctuary - it undergoes medical tests and if it is possible - starts a very long and complex rehabilitation process in the end of which he will hopefully be able to return to the wild
The Thai Elephant Refuge houses numerous elephants ranging in age from 1 year old to 65 year old. All the elephants in its care have come from abusive pasts, and have been nursed to health and now enjoy a happy, abuse-free life in the sanctuary.
The Wildlife Rescue Centre hosts many wildlife animals that have been rescued from unfortunate circumstances. The center tries to provide all of these animals with enclosures and living conditions as close to “nature” as possible. The overall objective will always be to rehabilitate these animals back into the wild, but those for whom this is impossible - get to spend the rest of their lives in a safe environment in the rescue center.
The WIldlife Hospital is located on the property of Wildlife Rescue Centre (WRC), that hosts many wildlife animals that have been rescued from unfortunate circumstances. Some are rehabilitated to be released, and the ones who cannot be released - get spend the rest of their lives in a safe environment. The hospital attends to the residents of the WRC.