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Help animals in times of emergency

Lioness Wisha
© FOUR PAWS | Hristo Vladev

January 2024 – Lioness Wisha has faced the unimaginable. Her partner passed away two days before our team's arrival. She was pregnant when we found her at the Sudan Animal Rescue Centre, where the animals were at risk of starvation. Left behind in a high-risk war zone, they were running out of water and food. 

Last November our team evacuated her, along with nearly 50 animals and brought them to an area next to Wad Madani, known as a safe haven back then. 

Unfortunately, war caught up again and as conflict escalates, Wad Madani is no longer safe for the animals. 

Our rescue team has rushed back to Sudan and is preparing for an emergency evacuation - this time out of the country. The long-term goal was always to give the animals a forever home in one of our sanctuaries, but we need to act much quicker than anyone anticipated.

Will you help bring the animals to the safety of our sanctuaries?

Sudan lions in rescue center
© FOUR PAWS | Hristo Vladev
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Can animals in conflict zones count on your compassion today?

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