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Do something amazing, support WSPA Horrific and inhumane methods of bile extraction have been developed by today’s Bear Farming Industry. With your help, WSPA aims to stop the farming of bears for both bile extraction and body parts across Asia.
This bear is caged, in agony and living in fear. Do you think this is right? Support the World Society for the Protection of Animals and help us stamp out cruel practices like Bear Farming.
If they manage to survive the procedure to access their bile duct, a farmed bear may live up to ten years. These ten years will be spent in a squalid cage and permanent agony as the wound is re-opened up to twice daily and the bile drained. Stressed and under fed, this bear’s life is one of relentless suffering. By supporting WSPA, you can help us bring an end to the suffering.
Why are bears farmed for their bile? Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) holds that bear bile can cure many human ailments ranging from fevers to heart disease. The methods employed in extracting the bile from the bears is a cause of major concern and needs to be remedied as soon as possible to end the suffering. In a daily, excruciating procedure, bears‘ already open wounds are re-opened so more bile may be drawn from the gall bladder. Together, we can do more than feel sorry for these bears WSPA is involved with extensive projects that aim to completely eradicate bear farming in the long-term, and improve conditions for farmed bears in the short-term. It is through the donations of our supporters that we are able to proceed with our campaign to end the suffering of bears at the hands of the bear bile industry. For just £6 a month you can help make this a reality.
Since 1981, The World Society for the Protection of Animals has fought to realise a dream where animal welfare matters and animal cruelty ends. Having successfully eradicated the practice of Bear Dancing in Greece and Turkey, we are now hoping to bring an end to the inhumane industry of Bear Bile Farming. None of this would be possible without the generosity of our supporters.
As his gall bladder is drained of bile, the bear often cries out in agony as the wound in his side is reopened. The extraction of the bile can occur up to twice a day. This is the grim reality of the Bear Farming Industry. Highly profitable, it occurs throughout Asia to satisfy the demand for Bear Bile in Traditional Chinese Medicine, which holds that bear bile can cure many human ailments from fevers to heart disease. Herbal alternatives are readily available yet over 12,000 bears continue to suffer in Asia. With the help of its supporters WSPA, the World Society for the Protection of Animals, has been tirelessly campaigning to end this inhumane practice. Please support us today as we work towards stamping out this cruelty.
Care about animals? Then please help us to help them. £6 a month can stop the suffering of 9000 bears farmed for their bile throughout Asia. Join WSPA, the World Society for the Protection of Animals, today.
The farming of bears for the bile is one of the most intense forms of animal suffering that exists today. Trapped in a squalid cage for up to ten years, bears cry out in pain as they endure the continuous agony of having their bile drained from an open wound to their stomach. WSPA, the World Society for the Protection of Animals, is involved with extensive projects that aim to utterly eradicate this cruel practice. Yet it is only through the donations of our supporters that we are able to proceed.
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£3 a month can help stop 12000 bears being kept in tiny cages and being tortured.
A wild bear taken by poachers may have less than a 60% chance of surviving the non-medical procedure to create a permanent open wound in her abdomen from which bile can be drained, twice every day, by re-inserting a catheter. Bile that’s used in Traditional Medicine.
In the wild, where she’s free to roam, this bear might live to 25. Instead, she may have to survive up to 10 years kept in a tiny cage, thrashing against the bars because she’s unable to move around.
Undernourished and over-stressed, she’ll be forced to lie there in pain, in her own filth. So please take action now. By donating £3 a month to The World Society for the Protection of Animals, you can become a member and help us prevent cruel practices like bear bile farming.
Giving each month is important because it takes time, money and persistence to lobby governments to achieve legislation that outlaws cruelty to animals, build and establish sanctuaries to rehabilitate some of the animals you help rescue, and to change attitudes to animal welfare through education of children and communities. We also need resources to answer urgent calls for help from around the world.
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