180 seconds of terror
Around 40 bears remain in captivity for use in brutal blood sport
There are around 40 bears still imprisoned for bear baiting in Pakistan. We’ve located two
bears urgently in need of help. With your support, World Animal Protection and
our local partner, Bioresource Research Centre (BRC), can rescue them.
It’s upsetting to think about the horrors each bear endures. A
metal ring has been gouged through her nose so a rope can be used to handle
her. She is malnourished and scarred from previous attacks. She’s declawed and
has had her teeth yanked out, leaving every part of her open for attack. Only
you can help her.
During a fight, she is tied so she can’t run. Trained attack
dogs leap for her throat, nose and ears, trying to drag her down. For three long minutes she is filled with
fear and must fight for her life. While both animals suffer tremendously from the attack, can you
imagine what those endless 180 seconds of terror feel like for the trapped
bear, unable to defend herself?
YOU can change
her life and the lives of many animals forever. Give now and protect them from another day of
,with your support, World Animal Protection and
our local partner, Bioresource Research Centre (BRC) can:
- Locate bears and provide bear
owners with alternative ways of earning a living so they will surrender their
bears to caring staff in the Balkasar Sanctuary.
- Move communities and
governments to end this inhumane practice for good through increased public
awareness and better bear baiting law enforcement.
We can’t wait to protect animals from cruelty. We need to do it
now. Thank you!
U.S. Interim Executive Director, World Animal Protection
P.S. Suffering animals are waiting for you to protect
them. Please give today!