While her owners basked in the air-conditioned comfort of a shopping mall, this little dog was gasping for air in a brutally overheated car. When firefighters arrived on the scene they found the temperature inside the car had reached 160 degrees.
Krismon the orangutan waited an incredible 19 years for his rescue.
Back in 1997, Krismon was sold into captivity after his mother was killed in front of him. He was given to a member of the Indonesian military.
The ivory tusks and pieces weighed 2,800 pounds and were confiscated at Juba International Airport in South Sudan. IFAW congratulates the South Sudan Wildlife Service, Ministry of Wildlife Conservation and Tourism.
Veterinarians recently came to the rescue of an adorable little wild cat who was found on the verge of death in the forests of Colombia. She'd suffered numerous fractures to her limbs during an attack by other animals. Local villagers saved her from drown
In the brief time he's been on the planet, this precious baby orangutan has experienced more pain and suffering than any creature should in a lifetime. But thanks to the kindness of those helping him overcome it, he's now learning what a caring place the
Despite public outcry, the Army released a plan that aims to eliminate the population of horses over a period of three years. A coalition led by the Animal Legal Defense FundâEUR"the leading legal advocacy organization for animalsâEUR"condemns the plan....
The UK's vote to leave the EU has sparked demands from far-right parties for referendums in other member states. France's National Front leader Marine Le Pen said the French must now also have the right to choose
When Cassandra Clark first saw a husky hanging out on a balcony near her house in Dallas, he at least had room to move around. Clark saw the dog outside again, this time with a metal muzzle around his mouth. A little while later, she saw him left on the p
The New England cottontail population has declined by more than 75 percent since 1960, mostly from habitat loss caused by development. There are now only five small populations across a range from Maine to New York.
First World War love letters sent from the trenches to east Belfast, They lay carefully wrapped-up in a safe place for a century. It's only recently that they were discovered and returned to the homeland of the man who penned them.