Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Animal Shelter and Rescue Support

The African continent is home to some of the most beautiful and unique wildlife on the planet. However, the livelihood of some animals is endangered due to human activity such as development, agriculture and warfare. Innocent animals often suffer as a result of intentional human actions. 

Fortunately, there are organizations throughout Africa that are dedicated towards rescuing wildlife that's endangered. For example, there are wildlife sanctuaries that operate for the sole purpose of keeping certain animals contained in a protective environment. National parks are also maintained with the goal of protecting the wild population of certain species including lions, cheetahs and leopards.

In Africa, Chimpanzees are suffering due to activities such as booby traps and deforestation. These unique and intelligent creatures deserve a safe and happy home. Sometimes, orphan Chimps are left all alone to survive in an unforgiving terrain.

There are sanctuaries that house Chimpanzees that have been separated from their families for a number of different reasons. Rescue centers are dedicated towards nurturing these monkeys until a permanent safe haven is found for them. For example, zoos from all over the world may be interested in adopting Chimps that are held in sanctuaries throughout Africa.

Caring individuals can donate now to rescue centers in Africa. Non profit organizations need money to operate facilities dedicated towards sheltering vulnerable animals of the African continent. Charities often rely heavily on private donations rather than any state funding. Individuals can make a difference by giving generous gifts to legitimate animal rescue centers. 


April McGregor said...

it is sad that some people destroy nature just for personal gain.

jared's mum said...

it sure is heartbreaking to see animals suffer, that is why i really admire these organizations who take time + energy to take care of these animals...

Aisha Kristine Chong said...

It's sad when some people have no care with animals - they are living, too.