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This appeal is an example of a real-life FOUR PAWS rescue mission. FOUR PAWS reserves the right to allocate gifts to the area of greatest need.

A new home for rescued bears

A bear's natural habitat usually includes wide stretches of forests where it can hunt, sunbathe and roam freely. For the bears used in bile bear farming however, this couldn't be further from their reality. Crammed into tiny cages, they are subjected to excruciating pain to have their bile extracted over and over again. As they are often caught as cubs, they will never know anything but a life of pain. 

FOUR PAWS accommodates and cares for these rescued bile bears. Currently, BEAR SANCTUARY Ninh Binh offers species-appropriate accommodation for 17 bears as well as a natural habitat to recover, a quarantine station looking after the new arrivals, veterinary station and a bear kitchen catering to the often starved bears on a site of nearly 9 acres.

As a support to the Vietnamese authorities, the sanctuary is able to house and care for bears confiscated by the authorities or given to us by cooperating farmers.

With your help, BEAR SANCTUARY Ninh Binh can give up to 100 of these tortured bears a new lease on life and a safe environment where they can recover from their ordeal. 

Read more about Bile Bear Farming.