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News - October 2012

IAR team in Goa kicks off campaign to eradicate rabies from Goa

25th October 2012

Thursday 18 October saw the start of International Animal Rescue Goa’s latest crusade to vaccinate the local stray dog population against rabies.Day one of the operation found six hand-picked members of the Animal Tracks team out early, at an hour when most dogs and people are still snoozing.The... read more »

Auction of artwork by Anthony Russell helps raise funds for orangutans

11th October 2012

Renowned Kenyan artist and conservationist Anthony Russell has generously donated one of his magnificent works of art in support of International Animal Rescue and the creation of our new orangutan rehabilitation centre. The piece has been put up for auction through the Linveco Cultural Foundation... read more »

European Manifesto launched in Malta to end long-distance live animal transport

9th October 2012

International and Maltese speakers together with Maltese citizens convened in Valletta at the end of September for the conference ‘Animal Suffering in Long-Distance Transport: Ask John Dalli’ to urge EU Commissioner John Dalli of Malta to back down over his refusal to protect the welfare of animals... read more »

Our rescue centre in Ketapang takes in another orphaned orangutan

5th October 2012

A young male orangutan that was surrendered by his owner to the forestry department in Ketapang,West Kalimantan is now receiving treatment and care at IAR’s rescue centre. Very little is known about his circumstances other than that he was being kept in a cage.The orangutan’s name is Rocky and he... read more »

Rescuing Laura

3rd October 2012

By volunteer Laurence from Hong Kong25 September 2012 was a memorable day for me as a volunteer for IAR in Bogor, Indonesia. I was glad to be in the team for the rescue of a Javanese slow loris, Laura. I was really lucky to have an opportunity like this, particularly as I’m not able to stay here... read more »

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