1. Help Confiscated Animals in Thailand
Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand (WFFT), a wildlife protection, conservation and rehabilitation organization, has been harassed, terrorized and raided by Thailand's own Department of National Parks officials. Officials have brutally captured 103 of the animals who were living at WFFT and even though proper documentation was provided for all of the animals living there, they have not been returned. Some believe that the raids were due to the fact that WFFT and Elephant Nature Park, which was also raided, spoke out about recent elephant killings.
Please sign the petition asking for the safe return of the animals who were forcibly removed.
2. Support a Trapping Ban in Minnesota
A number of pet deaths in recent weeks has spurred controversy over the use of body grip traps in Minnesota. At least six dogs have been killed in traps since this fall and it is believed that at least 25 have been killed in the last two years. While there is a bill that would require traps of all sizes be placed at least 5 feet off the ground and a similar proposal introduced by the Department of Natural Resources, those against trapping are calling for a complete ban of these cruel traps that cause pain and suffering to target and non-target animals simply for the fur trade.
Please sign the petition asking Minnesota's Governor Mark Dayton to ban the use of body grip traps completely.
3. Help Wyoming's Wolves
A plan has been formally announced to eliminate protections for wolves in Wyoming and leave them "at the mercy of a shoot-on-sight state policy that covers nearly 90% of the state."
Please sign the petition telling the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service that you oppose the delisting of wolves in Wyoming.