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Our Ambassadors help connect millions of animal advocates in all corners of the world

We welcome new Ambassadors to our team on a regular basis, all of them keen to be part of this global movement to bring about change for animals. Through increased awareness and education, we can help create a new culture of respect and sensitivity to make this world a fairer place for all animals.  I’ve found it particularly encouraging to learn that, since their appointment, many Ambassadors have found it easier to gain political and media attention for animal issues in their country.

We are frequently approached by animal advocates offering their services as an Ambassador which is yet another strong endorsement of the fact that the power held by World Animal Day is widely recognised.

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What some of our Ambassadors have to say about World Animal Day

CYPRUS – Stella Stylianou - Animal Rescue & Protection Association (ARGOS)

Animal awareness in Cyprus was non-existent before the World Animal Day events began.  With each year that we celebrate, awareness grows and attitudes are slowly changing as people begin to see animals in a different light. 

One of the most significant statements that will forever remain imprinted in my mind was when a local village farmer visited me at the shelter following one of our events.  A German Shepherd dog had wandered onto his farm and he brought him to our shelter.  He said that in years past, he would have shot any stray dog on his farm, dig a hole and bury it and that would be that but, he continued, “you are doing something truly wonderful and now I cannot bring myself to do such a thing.”

LIBERIA – Morris Darbo - Liberia Animal Welfare & Conservation Society

The celebration of World Animal Day is vital in helping animals in Liberia where they are considered to be a commodity and property rather than sentient beings and the issue of animal welfare is still seen as a new phenomenon.  To set aside a day for celebrating animals means a lot to people here, it tells them that animals are important and have values, and as such should be treated with respect and compassion.

TAIWAN – Connie Chiang - Taiwan Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

The celebration of World Animal Day creates an important media and public awareness message.  A message that powerfully shows animal protection as a global movement and that everyone has the responsibility to care and respect animals.  Becoming an Ambassador for Taiwan has also helped us to gain more respect from the government and the public, and has given us the drive to spread the message further and further each year.

ASIA – Jill Robinson – Animals Asia (Founder & CEO)

With her wealth of knowledge and expertise on Asian animal welfare issues, Jill very kindly advises our Ambassadors throughout Asia as and when required. 
Jill says: “Thanks to World Animal Day and the incredible platform it gives our projects each year, we are slowly but surely raising the status of animals in Asia.  Our work continues to help and protect them all and create a world where animals are no longer exploited.”

TANZANIA – DR THOMAS KAHEMA- Tanzania Animal Welfare Society

All that we do in celebration of World Animal Day has been a big lesson to government, local communities and schools throughout the country.  Many people now understand, and are taking the need to care for animals seriously.