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Animals In Disasters | World Animal Gifts
In disasters

Equip emergency response for 25 animals

Disasters affect over 40 million animals every year. By providing suture kits, you can help treat cuts or wounds of animals hurt during hurricanes, floods or earthquakes –  these kits provide them with the best chance at recovery. They include vital medical items such as scissors, forceps, sterile towels, swabs and needle holders and are invaluable to properly treat an injured animal.

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Group gifts are a fun and easy way to raise funds to help protect animals. Choose a gift from the group gift collection, pick a date, the reason for the gift and get started by asking your friends and family to contribute. Once your gift is fully funded, an eCard will be sent to you or to the person you’ve designated, on the day you selected. Funds raised help will help animal welfare programs around the world.
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Animals in disasters | World Animal Gifts
Animals in disasters | World Animal Gifts
Equip emergency response | World Animal Gifts
Equip emergency response | World Animal Gifts
  • Global emergency response for animals

    Disasters have a huge impact on local communities around the world as they rely on their animals for food, income generation and emotional support. When disasters affect animals, it makes their ability to recover much more difficult when their livelihoods depend on their animals. World Animal Protection is the only international animal welfare organisation with full-time trained staff and a network of vets to provide immediate and global emergency response for animals. We deploy our teams on the ground when disasters strike to deliver aid to animals in need.

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When animal safety and welfare are at stake, we pour our hearts and resources into helping. 

Animals In Disasters | World Animal Gifts
$475

When disaster strikes, your gift could help our vets to strap on backpacks filled with critical medical supplies, and traverse damaged roads and challenging terrain to help animals.