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         Animal Welfare General:     more books (106)
  1. Let's Go Visit Best Friends Animal Sanctuary by Nola Lee Kelsey, 2008-01-01
  2. Animals and Science: A Guide to the Debates (Controversies in Science) by Niall Shanks, 2002-10-01
  3. The Biology of Animal Stress: (Cabi) by G Moberg, J A Mench, 2000-02-06
  4. You Can Save the Animals: 50 Things to Do Right Now by Michael W. Fox, Pamela Weintraub, 1991-01
  5. Assault and Battery: What Factory Farming Means for Humans and Animals by Mark Gold, 1983-06
  6. The Well-Being of Agricultural Animals (Task Force Report (Council for Agricultural Science and Technology))
  7. Animal Rights (Introducing Issues With Opposing Viewpoints) by William Dudley, 2006-03-24
  8. Animal Rights (Contemporary Issues Companion) by Shasta Gaughen, 2004-11-12
  9. Universal Declaration on Animal Welfare
  10. Equine Surgery and Medicine, Volume 2 (Animal Care, Health and Welfare) by Author Unknown, 1987-02-11
  11. The Status of Animals: Ethics Education and Welfare by David Paterson, 1989-09
  12. Heredity and Eugenics: A Course of Lectures Summarizing Recent Advances in Knowledge in Variation, Heredity, and Evolution and Its Relation to Plant, Animal and Human Improvement and Welfare by John Merle Coulter, Charles Benedict Davenport, et all 2010-04-20
  13. Animal and Human Health and Welfare: (Cabi Publishing) by Lennart Nordenfelt, 2006-08-14
  14. Animal Rights (Essential Viewpoints) by Christie Ritter, 2008-01

101. Shy Wolf Sanctuary Education And Experience Center -Exotic Rescue Wolves, Wolfdo
Offers sanctuary and a home to exotic, stray and injured animals, as well as an educational program. Naples, Florida.
TO MEET OUR WOLF PUPPIES ENTER HERE-> WELCOME ! From the Heart ~ For the Animals! Mission Statement To provide sanctuary for exotic animals in need of rescue and refuge, while screening and re-homing those better suited to family life. To educate the global community about the needs of these animals, how they come to be in rescue, and the role and importance of their wild counterparts in order to create empathy and understanding of the lessons they have to teach, and how each person can make a difference in the world around us. Shy Wolf Sanctuary and our residents have lost a kindred spirit.
To VIEW a Memorial Tribute to Gladys Epstein Enter Here: Shy Wolf is licensed by both state and federal entities and is inspected on a regular basis. An exciting variety of animals coexist at the Shy Wolf Sanctuary, Education and Experience Center, Inc.
The Center began with Moondance, the Black Asian Leopard back in 1993. Today, Shy Wolf is now is a refuge for several Cougars, numerous Wolves and Wolf-Dogs, foxes, Prairie Dogs and Gopher Tortoises. The rescued have included a pair of Coyotes, Sugar Gliders and a Jaguar-Leopard cross.
In fact, this is one of the few places permitted to care for the threatened Florida Gopher Tortoise. Even those not so exotic find their way to Shy Wolf Sanctuary. Scooter, Turbo and Sparky have found a home here.

102. Global Federation Of Animal Sanctuaries
Accrediting organization for sanctuaries worldwide. Includes aims, operation and contact information. Washington DC.
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The Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries (GFAS) was formed in 2007 by nationally and globally recognized leaders in the animal protection field for the sole purpose of strengthening and supporting the work of animal sanctuaries in the United States and abroad. GFAS does not operate animal sanctuaries, but rather helps sanctuaries help animals. GFAS has established clear, specific standards for the humane care of various species in captive facilities and for sanctuary governance and operational issues. With the creation of an objective and realistic accreditation process for the field on an international level, GFAS brings new opportunities for global cooperation and mentoring. GFAS is the first animal sanctuary accrediting organization to take on this task at an international level. GFAS aids sanctuaries in striving for continuous improvement, in attracting more support from funders, and in providing the best care possible for rescued animals. GFAS helps facilities coordinate regarding the placement of animals, and seeks to provide sanctuaries more opportunities for participation and recognition in the larger animal protection community. GFAS, through our Captive Wild Animal Protection Campaign, also serves to provide education on the causes and conditions of displaced animals and what can be done to stop exploitation and cruelty.

103. Wolf Haven International | Working For Wolf Conservation
Wolf sanctuary located in Washington State.

104. Wild Animals Rescue Foundation Of Thailand- Wildlife Project Organizations By WA
The foundation runs several sanctuaries which care for injured and orphaned wildlife.
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    The Wild Animal Rescue Foundation of Thailand (WARF) is aware of the website attacking our foundation and its projects designed to help and protect wild animals and promote nature conservation. WARF strongly believes that the overwhelmingly positive international recognition it has received for decades speaks much more clearly about our organization than such unfounded and mean-spirited accusations. We believe that more accurate assessments of our work and commitment come from Animal Planet, which produced a three-part documentary on the same project, and the United Nations, which honored WARF’s founder with its Global 500 Award. Whether on land or at sea, wildlife forms a vital component of the planet's eco-system. Volunteer work abroad with animals offers the opportunity to participate in the struggle to conserve, rescue, and research all of Earth's creatures. Volunteer Abroad With Animals Now We are in need of volunteers to help at our projects that are devoted to animal care. Our projects are best suited to people with a genuine interest in the care and well being of animals. If you would like to apply to become one of our volunteers you are most welcome.
  • 105. Welcome To Yogie And Friends Exotic Cat Sanctuary In Frierson, Louisiana
    Louisiana exotic big cat sanctuary and refuge.
    Congratulations to Amy Morrissey of Shreveport! She is the winner of the Esteban Legacy guitar package.
    Please Help!
    Welcome Friends!
    CFC #42427 Please consider making a donation so that these animals can spend the rest of their lives with proper food and vet treatment. If you don't have a paypal account, use or send a donation by mail to: Yogie and Friends
    128 Fob Lane
    Frierson, La 71027 Yogie and Friends is the only sanctuary for large, exotic cats in the State of Louisiana. We do not recommend the keeping of big cats as pets. These animals do not make good pets. They're cute when they are young, but they grow to be over 700 pounds. A lot of work goes into caring for big cats. Imagine the vet bills and the cost of feeding these large animals. If you know of a large cat that's being abused or neglected, please contact us.  (318) 795-0455 Join us on Facebook!
    Yogie and Friends YouTube channel
    We are not a petting zoo and you will not be allowed any hands-on contact with any of our animals. Our cats never leave the sanctuary, except for medical reasons. Please don't ask.

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