News: Animals in Disasters
02 August 2018
We've rushed to rescue 16,000 dogs, cows, horses, cats and more, who’ve been left weak and injured by the disaster in the Limón region
23 July 2018
When a disaster is about to occur, animals have a way of detecting this through their natural instincts. These can help communities prepare to protect themselves and the animals they keep.
15 June 2018
When we visited Agnes Mutunga’s home, 45 years old, it was evident that the recent rains had not been kind to her home. Her goats and sheep shed had been brought down by what is now described as the worst floods in the last five years.
08 March 2018
Amidst the longstanding drought that has ripped off any trace of pasture in Kajiado County, Kenya, women are still giving hope to their livestock.
31 January 2018
The Philippines’s most active volcano, Mount Mayon, started erupting earlier this month. The disaster has left thousands of animals in danger, so we’re rescuing and treating as many as we can
26 January 2018
We are deploying our disaster teams on 30th January to Madagascar to rescue animals caught up in floods caused by Cyclone Ava.
24 January 2018
People have been provided continued humanitarian support, but animals still require veterinary care
21 December 2017
As we welcome the new year, we’re reflecting on the impact we’ve had on animals around the world during 2017
13 September 2017
In the wake of Hurricane Irma, the situation for animals on the tiny Caribbean island of Barbuda is dire. We’re working with local vets and organisations in the meantime, as we urgently try to get there
11 September 2017
As Hurricane Irma – the strongest Atlantic hurricane in history – leaves a path of destruction across the Caribbean, we look back at some of our responses to hurricanes there since 2007