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Animal Welfare Legislation

Animal Welfare Legislation

14th September, 2017

“At his best, man is the noblest of all animals; separated from law and justice he is the worst.” – Aristotle Our Vision states: “A more responsible and accountable society where animal rights are protected and upheld by law”. Without a fair and effective legislation to protect the weak and defenseless there can be no … Continue reading Animal Welfare Legislation

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Ketamin

Ketamin

14th September, 2017

KETAMINE is a medication used mainly for starting and maintaining general anesthesia. Ketamine makes the animal fall asleep and at the same time provides pain alleviation. It had actually been the only type of general anesthesia that was used in the Russian veterinary service during animal surgeries up until it was banned by 2003. The reason … Continue reading Ketamin

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Wild Animals And The Law

Wild Animals And The Law

12th September, 2017

Often we get calls about bears or other wild animals being abused in baiting station or kept in filghy cages near roadside restaurants. Forgotten Animals assess the situation and what can really be done – if the case is “bad enough” for authorities to step in, we write appeals to the police and government to … Continue reading Wild Animals And The Law

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First Wild Animal Sanctuary

First Wild Animal Sanctuary

12th September, 2017

Sanctuary type Parks for Wild Animals exist in Vietnam, Pakistan, Turkey, India, Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia. In Ukraine they have two, not to mention those in the nearly every country of Western Europe and North America. In Russia, the biggest country in the world with its unique natural resources and biodiversity and thousands of animals kept … Continue reading First Wild Animal Sanctuary

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Supplemental Feeding & Anti-Poaching

Supplemental Feeding & Anti-Poaching

12th September, 2017

Supplimental Feeding Wild Amur tigers suffer from a severe loss of natural prey like deer and wild boar. Prey numbers decline because of excessive hunting and poaching by humans, competition with livestock over food and habitat degradation. UTYOS works together with the local community to protect tiger prey species. Supplementary feeding during the harshest season … Continue reading Supplemental Feeding & Anti-Poaching

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Wildlife Rehabilitation

Wildlife Rehabilitation

12th September, 2017

Amur (Siberian) Tigers are among the most critically endangered animals in the world, it is thought only about 400-500 remain in the wild, 90% of which inhabit the Southeast corner of Russia – the territory of the Sikhote-Alin mountain range. Exactly where UTYOS was built. THREATS poaching for skins and body parts used in traditional … Continue reading Wildlife Rehabilitation

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Projects

The Baikal Seal

12th Jan, 2016

Big Hearts Foundation – Moscow, is working to end animal suffering through lobbying the Duma (Russian Parliament) and related government

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