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help the bile bears in vietnam!

Around 400 bears still live in tiny cages on so-called 'bear farms'. Many are still abused for bile extraction. That's why we must act now! 

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Our work at a glance

Bile Bears

FOUR PAWS fights for bears in Vietnam

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Timeline of Our Activities and Achievements

Our mission for bile bears in Vietnam

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^Bear at BEAR SANCTUARY Ninh Binh

BEAR SANCTUARY Ninh Binh

A new home for bile bears in Vietnam

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Our Plans for Vietnam

Together with other organisations active in Vietnam, FOUR PAWS has set itself the target of putting an end to the captivity and abuse of bears on bile farms

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  • countless

    bears have been torn from the wild

  • around 130

    bear farms operate in Vietnam

  • around 400

    bile bears live in captivity

  • > 30

    bears rescued by FOUR PAWS since 2017

four paws rescues animals in distress 

These bears have a new life in our BEAR SANCTUARY Ninh Binh 

Rescue Mochi

Tiny 2 kg bear cub saved in Vietnam from illegal wildlife traders

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Rescue Mochi

Rescue Cuc and Nhai

After 18 years behind bars, Cuc and Nhai get rescued to a new life

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Rescue Cuc and Nhai

Rescue Freddie

The story of a bear, confiscated from the backseat of a taxi

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New life for Ben

After he suffered almost three decades in a tiny, filthy cage

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Lili, Lulu and Lac

The impromptu rescue of three nameless Asiatic black bears...

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Rescue Chuoi, Tao and Le 

Another Cage emptyChuoi, Tao and Le were successfully lured out of their cage for the last time

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Biggest rescue to date in Vietnam

Five bears make it to the Ninh Binh sanctuary

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Mi & Tam

Two bear cubs saved from the illegal wildlife trade in Vietnam

 

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May & Binh Yen

FOUR PAWS ends bear farming in Ninh Binh Province

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Long & Trang

Two bears are in safety and one more Vietnamese province is free of bile bear farms
 

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