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Animal welfare organisation FOUR PAWS and partners Animal Protection Services launched an online reporting system called Stop Puppy Traders.
On 31 March, an unlicensed breeder who sold "seriously ill puppies" to members of the public was sentenced to eight weeks in custody.
Dubbed ‘the world’s loneliest elephant’ earlier this year, Kaavan is a creature that needs little introduction. But for me, he is much more than a sad headline.
The pachyderm dubbed the “world’s loneliest elephant” after languishing alone for years in a Pakistani zoo was greeted on his arrival in Cambodia by chanting Buddhist monks and is now on his way to a...
Kaavan was rescued from a life of misery in a Pakistani zoo, with some help from the pop star Cher.
Actor known for his martial arts action films intervenes in Norway-Bulgaria tussle
It was revealed today that Kaavan - dubbed the world's loneliest elephant by supporters - will be taken to the Cambodia Wildlife Sanctuary, where he will spend the rest of his days with new friends.
An elephant kept in a tiny enclosure for more than three decades will finally be allowed to swap his home at a Pakistani zoo for a wildlife sanctuary in Cambodia. Dubbed the “world’s loneliest ...
The decision in Siem Reap follows similar moves in parts of China and India in recent months.
Tourist town of Siem Reap becomes first province in country to stop sales in ‘huge milestone for animal welfare’
Stop the Wildlife Trade exclusive: Bears, monkeys, wolves and birds of prey sold for hundreds of euros on popular Albanian websites, investigation finds
The cubs were being sold for £3,000 each.
Country’s government accused of issuing permits to places that fail EU standards
Orphaned apes in the rainforest of Indonesian Borneo are taught all the skills they need in preparation for their eventual return to the wild
Baby orangutans are learning new skills from their human surrogate parents.
Footage appears to show corpses floating around the capsized vessel, which is likely to have been bound for Saudi Arabia
180 sheep rescued from the Queen Hind ship after it capsized off the coast of Romania with 14,600 sheep on board have arrived at their new home in a former horse farm two months later.