Our goal is one million signatures from people around the world urging Miami Seaquarium to close its doors once and for all. Join us.
Take Action for Animals
World Animal Protection is working through bold corporate campaigns, mass mobilization of people online and offline, and pushing policymakers to strengthen laws to end the commercial exploitation of wild animals and end factory farming.
By taking direct action to demand prohibiting cruel practices and industries we can help eliminate animal suffering and build better systems that protect them from exploitation.
Help us rewrite the story for animals!
It’s time for the two biggest pet retailers in the US to recognize that animals aren’t products and exit the cruel wildlife trade. Urge PetSmart and Petco to end animal sales.
Sign our petition calling on the largest players in the food industry to commit to reducing their sourcing of animal products by 25% by 2030.
The Farm System Reform Act would help put a moratorium on large concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs), helping to end one of the largest sources of cruelty to animals in the world.
The Mink VIRUS Act (HR 3783) would end mink farming in the US and create a one-year phaseout for mink farms and a grant program to help operators transition out of the industry.
The meat industry lobby has turned to its allies in Congress in a desperate attempt to protect its cruel practices and keep factory farming entrenched in our food system.
Join us in supporting the PLANT Act’s inclusion in the 2023 Farm Bill to promote a sustainable, innovative, and prosperous plant-based food industry and support the farmers growing our plant-based foods.
In the US, sick elephants suffer for years without veterinary care, highly social lemurs are kept isolated, and bears are held in rusty cages. Protect these animals by asking your US representative to cosponsor this bill.
Local change matters, which is why we need your help! Make a difference by cutting off a major supplier of wild animals—pet stores.
Antibiotic-resistant bacteria, or superbugs, are emerging on factory farms from the overuse of antibiotics. Those superbugs are entering our food chain and our environment and, when passed to people, make us less able to fight disease.
If you’re going on a trip, remember the Wildlife Selfie Code. Only take photos if you’re a safe distance from an animal, they can move freely, and they’re in their natural home.
World Animal Protection’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.