Adopt an animal

Adopt an animal today with WWF - Only £3 per Month

WWF are offering you the chance to "adopt" an endangered animal and help to bring endangered species back from the brink of extinction. Animal Adoptions make great gifts and are ideal for almost all occassions. The animals available for adoption are listed below:

Why Adopt an Animal?

Animal Adoption is an easy way to make a crucial difference to the survival chances of many endangered species, including Pandas, Tigers, Orang-Utans, Dolphins, Rhinos and Elephants. Please consider adopting an animal so that these creatures are still around 100 years from now. It would be a tragedy if all we had to remember these animals by was pictures and video footage. Adopt an animal today and do your bit for the wildlife and nature conservation effort. Give someone a gift they will never forget.

When you adopt an animal from WWF, you will receive a gift pack which includes an adoption certificate, a print of your animal, facts about the adopted species, a greetings card, tips on how to follow a greener lifestyle, WWF computer screensavers, and a soft toy. You'll also receive quarterly updates on your animal and on the conservation effort in general.

Links to animal resources

Tiger Adoption UK

Tiger Adoption UK exists to promote the adoption of endangered tigers in order to ensure their continued survival. Three subspecies of tiger have been wiped out in the last hundred years and there are only five subspecies left.

Action for Animals

In 1997 Nina Downes set off as a volunteer to Noah's Ark Animal Shelter in Crete. Unlike animal shelters in Britain, Noah's Ark was struggling to provide even the basic needs of adequate food and shelter for the 600 animals there.Something had to be done to help. Nina's plan was not only to help finance the work being carried out at Noah's Ark, but to start a charity that would aim to prevent suffering and promote kindness to all animals abroad.

Zoo de Beauval

The ZooParc de Beauval, more commonly known as the Zoo de Beauval or, more simply, Beauval, is a French zoological park located in Saint-Aignan in the department of Loir-et-Cher, in the Center-Val de Loire region. It has about 3,000 animals, 1 on 35 hectares, which is one of the largest animal collections in France and Europe. Created in 1980 by Françoise Delord, it is currently headed by his son, Rodolphe Delord, and managed by his family, who owns most of the capital.

Beauval was often the first zoological park to present certain animals in France, which contributed to its notoriety and its development. He was the first to present leucic beasts, white tigers and white lions, in the 1990s. Today, many of the species presented are rare in France, such as okapi, manatee and Indian rhinoceros, even unique in France, such as the giant panda, the koala and the Goodfellow dendrolague. In 2017, the ZooParc de Beauval became the first French park, and the fourth European, to succeed in breeding the giant panda.

World Wildlife Fund

The World Wildlife Fund alows people to adopt wild animals and ensure that they have a future. Help the conservation effort by adopting an animal from them today.

Advocates for Animals

Advocates for Animals campaign against all animal abuse and encourage people to change their relationship with animals from one of exploitation and harm to one of respect and compassion. Advocates for Animals promote the protection of animals through investigations, high profile campaigns, political lobbying and public education.

American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign

The American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign is dedicated to preserving the American wild horse in viable free-roaming herds for generations to come.

Animal Rescue Foundation

ARF is a non-profit, 100% volunteer organization dedicated to saving the lives of the abandoned, neglected and abused pets of Tucson. A community organization, ARF promotes education about spay/neuter, vaccinations and proper animal care. ARF works in collaboration with Pima Animal Control, providing volunteer staff to increase adoptions at the pound. ARF also provides off-site adoption opportunities for Pima Animal Control pets, increasing their chances for adoption.

Animal Samaritans

The aims of Animal Samaritans are to rescue, provide care and shelter for unwanted, abandoned, neglected or ill-treated animals and to provide new homes for them wherever possible. To assist owners of pets to meet veterinary fees where owners are unable to meet such fees themselves.

Animal Defenders International

Founded in 1990, ADI has grown rapidly to become a major force for animal protection. Our activities range from dramatic animal rescues to daring undercover investigations, through to securing legal protection for animals and running awareness and education campaigns.

Animal Aid

Animal Aid is the UK's largest animal rights group and one of the longest established in the world, having been founded in 1977. They campaign peacefully against all forms of animal abuse and promote a cruelty-free lifestyle. Animal Aid investigate and expose animal cruelty, and our undercover investigations and other evidence are often used by the media, bringing these issues to public attention.

Anglican Society for the Welfare of Animals

The Anglican Society for the Welfare of Animals is a UK based Christian organisation. Their main aim is to raise awareness of animal welfare issues within the Anglican Church and the wider Christian community. They are ecumenical and welcome all Christian denominations as members and supporters.