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Why help animals? Day in and day out, billions of animals around the world are condemned to live their lives at the mercy of individuals who profit off of their pain and enslavement.
In the circus, they are forced to perform tricks unnatural to them by being beaten, chained, shocked, and injured with sharp instruments called bullhooks.
On factory farms, animals are mutiliated, tortured, caged, drugged, and living lives of pure suffering until their untimely deaths.
In the racing industry, greyhounds and horses are confined, unloved, drugged, and discarded when they are no longer "useful".
In aquatic parks, orcas, dolphins, and other intelligent, sentient beings are kept in small tanks, torn from their families, drugged, and forced to perform until they also die prematurely.
Every being deserves a life free from harm and suffering! Those animals and countless others cannot speak for themselves. The corporations and industries that are their trainers, owners, and masters, ignore their pleas for release, for freedom, for love. We must use our own voices to speak for these animals and educate our communities about the plight of these unfortunate beings.
CompassionWorks International is dedicated to furthering emancipation for animals through the implementation of strategic action centered on community-based education and awareness-raising. We proudly assist activists and organizations across the country by providing advice, literature, branding, posters, and online support in order to stage effective and professional anti-circus actions across the country.
It takes a village to make change for animals! We often hear: "someone should do something!", "what are they doing about this", "why doesn't anyone stop this?!". To these questions we say: YOU CAN! You can be the one who spares animals from lives of terrible suffering and early death. CWI provides the information you need to raise awareness, educate your community, create new legislation, and efficiently and effectively change the trajectory for animals to one that provides hope for a brighter future.