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ADI rescue galleries

ADI rescues animals in distress from around the world. You can learn more about the animals we have saved from the circus, the lab and the pet trade by exploring our photo galleries below and reading...

Tim and Rosita

Tim was destined to be food for circus lions before ADI rescued him during Operation Lion Ark. Along with companion Rosita he is living his life out in safety. Adopt Tim now Read our latest Animal...

The Lion Ark lions

At the end of 2010, securing a ban on the use of animals in circuses in Bolivia, we completed the rescue of EVERY animal from circuses across the country. Six monkeys, a coati mundi, a deer and horse...

Kimba and India

Kimba and India endured many years of hardship in the circus. Kimba spent eleven years alone in a zoo after being dumped by a travelling circus. India spent her life in a tiny cage. But now, they have...

Colo Colo’s pride

Colo Colo and companions Muneca and Lulu were the most troubled lions we had rescued. But thanks to expert veterinary care – including emergency dental treatment - and a beautiful new home, they are...

Kenya’s pride

Pancho and Temuco are two of the sweetest lions we have ever rescued. They are incredibly affectionate to one another, despite all that they have been through. Now joined by the once lonely Kenya,...

Bam Bam’s pride

Bam Bam’s family is a real rags-to-riches story. We found all eight lions crammed into a filthy rusting cage the size of two double beds. When we relocated them, poor Campeon (pictured) was in such...

Hercules’ pride

Percy, Nancy and Bob are the last animals ever to perform in Bolivian circuses. Now reunited with handsome father Hercules, mother Kiara and sisters Fida and Panchula, these cubs are growing fast. They...

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