Animal Rights

By: Liliana Hernandez

Animal Entertainment Cruelty

Animal Entertainment Cruelty is really common all around the world. they could be as simple as a Zoo, Circus and Marine Aquariums. The animals are being removed from their natural habitat, all for human amusement. Trainers use training methods such as beating clubs, electric prods, and deprivation of food.

Animals For Animal

America for Animals is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. We empower advocates to promote compassion and fight animal cruelty in the communities where they live. We are headquartered in San Diego, but work with highly skilled volunteers around the world.

CAPS (Captive Animals' Protection Society)

Founded in 1957, the Captive Animals’ Protection Society (CAPS) is one of the UK’s longest-running charities working to protect animals.

Through a combination of undercover investigations, research, campaigns, political lobbying and education, our work for animals focuses predominantly on issues affecting those individuals held captive in circuses and zoos, as well as those used in the television and film industry and the exotic pet trade.

Working for a world without cages, we encourage a more compassionate attitude and relationship between humans and other animals.

COC (Eyes On Conservation)

The mission of Wild Lens’ Eyes on Conservation program is to create a community of biologists and filmmakers that care deeply about the health of our planet’s ecosystems. Through the connections that are developed within this community we are able to produce and market innovative content that inspires viewers to become more actively engaged in the natural world.