Wild Capture Awareness

 

 

Wild Capture Awareness Campaign

The mission of the Wild Capture Awareness Campaign is to raise awareness and support for exotic wildlife, develop and provide educational resources to the public that promote the protection of exotics from cruelty, capture, trade and exploitation, and facilitate the rescue and provision of lifelong refuge through WFLF’s Back to the Wild Sanctuary for exotic animals in need.

WFLF's Wild Capture Awareness Campaign is dedicated to the preservation of endangered and exotic wildlife and their protection from the wild capture process.

We raise awareness and support for the needs of exotic and endangered animals through education, rescue and lifelong sanctuary for exotics and endangered animals that have been exploited and or mistreated.

Supporters are encouraged to make tax deductable donations to Wild for Life Foundation to support our educational efforts and to aid and facilitate the rescue, transport and ongoing care of exotic and endangered animals in need.


Founders:

Katia Louise

Laura Allen

 

Advisory Board:

Tippi Hedren

Dr. Joyce Poole

Adam Roberts

Nancy Stanley

 

ElephantVoicesBNR

 

The Roar Foundation BNR

 

Born to Be Wild

 

Animal Law Coalition

 

 

 

 

Wild Capture Awareness

"Trapped for Life"

with

Tippi Hedren

MISSION:

The mission of the Wild Capture Awareness Campaign is to raise awareness and support for exotic wildlife, develop and provide educational resources to the public that promote the protection of exotics from cruelty, capture, trade and exploitation, and facilitate the rescue and provision of lifelong refuge through WFLF’s Back to the Wild Sanctuary for exotic animals in need.

OBJECTIVES:

(1) Raise awareness and support for the ongoing needs of exotic wild animals

(2) Raise awareness for exotic wildlife through a focused look at the gruesome trade of exotic pets in the US

(3) Develop and provide educational resources to the public as to why exotic animals, wild animals and most certainly apex predators should not be kept as pets

(4) Develop and provide educational resources to the public about the wildlife trade as related to wild capture

(5) Provide resources about existing and pending laws that regulate the capture, trade and ownership of exotics/ wild animals

(6) Model laws for banning pet ownership of exotics/ wild animals

(7) Promote the preservation and protection of exotic wildlife from the exploitation and wild capture.
(8) Facilitate the rescue and provide lifelong sanctuary for exotic wildlife in need

(9) Highlight qualified shelters, facilities and sanctuaries trying to help these animals

(10) Work with federal and state authorities on regulations and enforcement issues

 

 

 

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