Websites to Inspire Animal Stewardship
|Partij voor de Dieren|
(in Dutch with a section in English) There are many animal refuges across the Netherlands that shelter abandoned and unwanted cats, dogs and other animals. As well as adopting domestic animals, many also provide kennel or cattery facilities.
|De Poezenboot-- "Puss in Boots"|
A stray and abandoned cat shelter situated on a boat in a canal in Amsterdam.
|Animal Rights Group in Denmark|
Rich in photographs and many videos to watch in English.
|Comprehensive list of 15 animal protection agencies in Canada|
|Animal Rights and Vegetarian Associations in Canada and Globally|
|We For Animals, Let Us Be Kind to the Animals|
Amazing, extensive list for all of India. Animal welfare organizations, humane societies, charitable trusts, animal rescue homes, shelters in India (40 pages of listings, all across India) Advice, articles, photographs, wallpaper, their visions and goals.
|German Animal Welfare Association (Deutscher Tierschutzbunde.V.)|
Links to many animal organizations throughout Germany, at http://www. worldanimal.net The main national organization is the German Animal Welfare Organization (Deutscher Tierschutzbund) (in German) ABC Animal Protection ABC Tierschutz (in German) The German branch of the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) (in German)
|The WAN Directory|
The world’s largest database of animal protection societies, with over 17,000 listings and more than 10,000 links to Web sites. Click these links to find a society or register for free.
|Sea Shepherd Conservation Society|
An international non-profit, marine wildlife conservation organization, to end the destruction of habitat and slaughter of defenseless marine life in the world’s oceans. They are protectors and guardians of marine wildlife. Their website has significant and important videos, accomplishments, history, and highlights their heroism at great personal risk.
Global environmental organization in 40 countries that deals with; global warming, the Arctic under threat, deforestation, overfishing, commercial whaling and anti-nuclear issues. Using direct action, lobbying and research to achieve its’ goals, Greenpeace empowers people all over the globe, to solve the devastating and growing world environmental crisis.