Carefree bear Angus is king of the KONGs
KONGs are better known as dog toys but they’ll even stand up to the teeth and claws of a moon bear.
We must end this festival and we must end all dog eating in China – that’s the message from Animal Asia as it launches its campaign against Yulin Dog Meat Festival 2016.
Ahead of its infamous dog meat-eating festival on June 21 - Animals Asia staff visit Yulin to see the city before it comes under the international spotlight again.
Kay was one of the most damaged bears that Animals Asia rescued in 2015 – but with the help of the Trust Technique, she is learning how to be a bear again.
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$35 a month could pay for a dozen fruity ice blocks that keep the bears active and stimulated.
$15 a month could provide two bears with dried fruit and nuts, an essential part of their diet.
$10 a month could keep four recovering bears supplied with plus-size fruit smoothies that disguise the taste of their medicines.
$195, could provide a rescued bear with vet care for a month.
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$25 could support one volunteer to investigate one zoo for one day.
$11 could vaccinate one dog against rabies. Outbreaks of rabies often prompt brutal dog culls in China.
$8 could buy a pot of honey – the bears’ favourite treat.