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Animal Charities

One of the most important goals for The Happy Orca is for 10% of the final profits to be donated to various animal welfare charities. The Happy Orca has chosen these fantastic charities to make donations to and will be splitting the 10% equally between them.

 

 

WDC, Whale and Dolphin Conservation (formerly WDCS) is the leading global charity dedicated to the conservation and protection of whales and dolphins. They defend these remarkable creatures against the many threats they face through campaigns, lobbying, advising governments, conservation projects, field research and rescue. WDC’s vision is a world where every whale and dolphin is safe and free. WDC is a passionate, global campaigner for whales and dolphins, speaking with emotion and wonder, but always with authority. They make sure their voice is heard by decision makers and they care about whales and dolphins and want others to care about them too.

WDC’s core belief is that all whales and dolphins have the right to exist as nature intends, not as humans decide. To be able to live free from hunting, captivity, entanglement in fishing gear and nets, and to swim in clean, noise-free waters where boats won't injure them. And, if you believe in these rights then you would be right to join them! whales.org

 

 

Four Paws is an animal welfare charity that operates internationally. They were founded in 1988 with the intention to campaign against battery farmed eggs and fur farms. Four Paws works in many areas of animal welfare and as a result of their tireless endeavours, they have been successful in helping to close down fur farms, stopping the transport of wild animals as well as running many campaigns on the treatment of bears in the entertainment industry.

Four Paws focus on four areas of animal welfare, including: Wild animals, laboratory animals, companion animals and farm animals. Each area concerns many welfare issues from wild animals being used in circuses through to animals being killed for their fur. As well as campaigning against the mistreatment of animals, Four Paws also work on a variety of projects to help improve animal welfare. For further information on their achievements and information on current animal welfare issues, visit their website www.four-paws.org.uk.

 

 

Care for the Wild is a global charity which works hard to protect wildlife in the UK as well as internationally. They strive to rescue, protect and defend animals from the many threats that face them. Care for the Wild work with abandoned and injured animals, helping to fund a variety of wildlife sanctuaries and rescue centres across the world. Additionally, they work to educate  communities to create a better understanding of animal welfare.

Care for the Wild work closely with key organisations such as CITES to help regulate and reduce the trade in endangered wildlife. Care for the Wild has also created the very helpful and necessary campaign, Right Tourism, which helps to educate and aid the general public on ethical holiday making choices. For further information on Care for the Wild and the valuable work they do, please visit their website - www.careforthewild.com.