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Help Feed over 150 Orphaned Chimpanzees
The Jane Goodall Institute's Tchimpounga Chimpanzee Rehabilitation Center (TCRC) in the Republic of Congo is home to more than 150 orphaned chimpanzees. The chimpanzees, victims of the illegal commercial bush meat trade, often arrive at the sanctuary sick, malnourished, and close to death. Under the skillful care of Tchimpounga's dedicated staff, these chimpanzees receive a second chance at life. project reportread updates from the field
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Adopt A Wildlife Acre
National Wildlife Federation's Adopt-a-Wildlife-Acre program solves dangerous conflicts between wildlife and livestock around Yellowstone National Park and throughout the Northern Rockies. With your help, we work to retire critical territory for wild bighorn sheep, bison, grizzly bears, wolves and other wildlife. The Adopt-a-Wildlife-Acre program creates agreements with local ranchers where we offer fair prices in exchange for retiring their grazing lands, giving wildlife more room to roam. project reportread updates from the field
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R.O.A.R. Fund - Reach.Out.Act.Respond.
Reach. Out. Act. Respond. For animals. Animal Planet has partnered with leading animal organizations to inspire people like you to make the world a better place for animals. project reportread updates from the field
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Can You Make A Horse Smile? You Bet! Here's How...
A horse with a home and a purpose is a happy horse! The EQUUS Foundation helps support more than 900 horse rescues and equine therapy charities across the United States. These facilities are hard at work every day not only rescuing and rehabbing neglected and abused horses but also tapping into the power of horses to help heal people with special needs. We make sure they are operating at the highest standards for horse care & use. project reportread updates from the field
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Treat Pit Bulls Suffering From Heartworm Disease
In the U.S., Louisiana has one of the highest rates of heartworm disease in dogs. The Villalobos Rescue Center in New Orleans cares for approximately 300 pit bulls, and this year 95 came into its care infected with heartworm disease. Villalobos is in desperate need of help treat the high volume of dogs affected by and susceptible to contracting heartworm disease. Treatment for heartworms can cost anywhere between $200 - $500 per dog, but if left untreated it can be fatal! project reportread updates from the field
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Help save tigers in the wild
Help us save the wild tigers of Assam. Support the creation of a long-term, sustainable environment for these endangered big cats and the people who share their landscape. project reportread updates from the field
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