Your Support Means So Much!

Wild and farmed animals across the world are suffering. There is hope to create a better life for them—but we can’t do it without you.

Ready to use your voice to make a difference? Explore our current campaigns and take action for animals now.

sloth in a cage
Send an email to Groupon asking it to stop profiting from wild animal suffering and adopt a public animal welfare policy that protects animals and doesn’t exploit them.
red eared slider turtle resting its head on a rock
Urge PetSmart to phase out the sale of reptiles and amphibians in its stores.
Wildlife. Not Entertainers Pledge
Stand with World Animal Protection in asking the travel industry and governments to end the exploitation of wildlife.
african grey parrot
Each year, millions of wild animals are poached from their habitats to become pets. Learn how we’re fighting this trade.
Tourist holding sloth in Brazil - World Animal Protection
Commit to our Wildlife Selfie Code today, and help filter out cruel wildlife selfies.
dolphins swimming in the ocean
Stand up against the cruel captive dolphin industry and find ways to save dolphins.
Dolphins in the wild - World Animal Protection
The future of tourism is wildlife-friendly. It’s time to build a more sustainable industry, together.
Monkeys at a wildlife market in Bali. There's a chain on their neck and they are sitting on top of metal cages.
Industry leaders, influential individuals: help us end the global wildlife trade and protect millions of wild animals around the world.
bearded dragon resting on a rock
Our kid’s activity book “Wild Animals Aren’t Pets!” explains why wild animals belong in the wild—and should never be purchased at a pet store.
A captive tiger looks at photographer through cage
Sign our pledge and boycott Groupon and other travel companies—like GetYourGuide, TUI/Musement,, and Klook—that have refused to stop selling captive wildlife entertainment.
parakeet in a cage
Learn how to advocate for a local law that prohibits the sale of wild animals like birds, reptiles, and amphibians in pet stores.

Global Wildlife

No Future for Factory Farming