Wildlife Advocates Foundation

Introduction of the Wildlife Advocates Foundation

The Wildlife Advocates Foundation is a new foundation. It is founded by true animal lovers to help wild animals like tigers and lions that are forced to live in truly horrific conditions, like zoos, circuses and with private owners.

Their mission is to rescue wild animals, one by one. They make sure they leave their small and dirty cages or trailers and give them a place as close to the wild as possible. With enough place to roam, with proper, nutricious and enough food and with the best medical care if they need it.

How to find them:

Just have a look and please support them, either via liking of or engaing with their social media or via donations, if you can.

No prothese tiger

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India, the Hindustan Times

Tiger shakes off newly fit prosthetic leg after gaining senses.

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An operation performed to fit a prosthetic limb to a tiger in Nagpur was unsuccessful as the animal took it off after regaining consciousness.

The tiger named ‘Sahebrao’ lost his front paw in 2012 after it got entangled in a trap set by poachers. Later, the tiger was treated at a rescue centre in Nagpur.

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In 2012 a tiger called Sahebrao lost his front paw after a stepping into a trap, set by poachers.

An Indian doctor, backed up by English specialists, wanted to help to tiger to walk again with a prosthetic leg.

But after a long surgery and lots of preparations it unfortunately didn’t work.

The tiger just took it off.

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Trapped tiger

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India – NDTV

Tiger Trapped In Rocks After Jumping 35 Feet Into Maharashtra River Dies.

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A tiger, which was trapped between some rocks after jumping 35 feet in a river in Maharashtra’s Chandrapur district after getting injured, has died, a forest official said on Thursday.

The striped animal, suspected to have received spinal injuries after jumping 35 feet off the bridge, was on Wednesday found stranded between the rocks in Sirna river near Kunada village, located around 27 km from Chandrapur, he said.

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A tiger, which was trapped between some rocks after jumping 35 feet in a river in Maharashtra’s Chandrapur district after getting injured, has died, a forest official said on Thursday. The striped animal, suspected to have received spinal injuries after jumping 35 feet off the bridge, was on Wednesday found stranded between the rocks in Sirna river near Kunada village, located around 27 km from Chandrapur, he said.

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Tiger rescue

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South Africa – News24

Tigers rescued in Germany begin new life in SA.

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Two big cats rescued from Germany have arrived in South Africa to start a new life.

Tigers, Bela and Sharuk, were rescued from an inappropriate private facility and have been transferred to Lionsrock Big Cat Sanctuary in Bethlehem, Free State.

Bela and Sharuk were born in 2014, while a third sibling, Imara, did not survive.

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Two rescued tigers, rescued from an inappropriate private facility in Germany, were raised by Four Paws in their own but small Tierart Centre in Germany.

But now they grow older, they need space. They are now being translocated to South Africa, where they will have more space to roam.

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