It might feel like there’s no hope for the animals who are struggling to survive with the growing industrialization which is causing a change and alteration in their habitat. But few organizations around the world are striving hard to protect these animals from the brutality of the world and took a stand for their protection. We’ve put together a list of 5 amazing animal sanctuaries to make you believe that there is still hope for our animal friends:
Tiggywinkles is located in Buckinghamshire, England, and is claimed to be the world’s business wildlife hospital. This animal sanctuary treats sick and injured hedgehogs, badgers, wild birds and other creatures in an utter need of help. Also, its open for the public to feed these animals and enjoy a picnic out there.
Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary, USA
Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary is based in New York, USA. This sanctuary takes care of animals that have eloped from ill-treatment on farms, slaughterhouses, in stockyards, and at auctions. School children are allowed to get up close to the animals and witness what healthy, well cared for farm animals should look like.
Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, Australia
Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is in Brisbane, Australia, located in a large woodland reserve. This sanctuary claims itself to be world’s oldest and largest Koala rescue center. Other animals in the sanctuary include kangaroos, birds of prey, and platypus.
Boon Lott’s Sanctuary, Thailand
Boon Lott’s Sanctuary is based in Northern Thailand was founded by Katherine Connor in memory of the baby elephant, Boon Lott – ‘survivor’ in Thai. This sanctuary is up to rescue and rehabilitate elephants and stands strictly against elephant shows.
Cedar Rowe Farm Sanctuary, Canada
Cedar Rowe Farm Sanctuary is located in South Western Ontario, Canada. This little family-run sanctuary holds vegan credentials and is known to save animals from the meat and dairy industries.
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