Dear Supporter Two weeks ago we rescued an orangutan caught in a snare not far from our rescue centre here in Indonesia. He had spent 10 days struggling to get free, causing agonising damage to his right hand and arm, the pictures of which are far too upsetting to share with you here. He was close to death when we reached him and cut him free. We immediately gave him intravenous fluids before…
International Animal Rescue have signed the contract with the builder to start work on the next phase of their new Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre in Ketapang, West Kalimantan! The facility will provide safety, treatment, care - and hope - to orangutans left homeless and helpless by the relentless spread of palm oil plantations. This phase will include quarantine quarters and spacious…
The aim of International Animal Rescue is to come to the aid of suffering animals around the world..
Rescued orangutan Pelangsi spent 10 days in agonising pain trapped in a snare without food or water
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