Zoo Wars III What is GFAS -EXPOSED!!!

WHO or what is GFAS -Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries…BIG question considering that many states have added this organization to their exotic animal regulations…Of course they also relay on HSUS (HSUS in disguise-you have enough money-you’re in) who is under investigation for RICO and in a federal suit that was filed by the Feld Corp. Is HSUS supporting GFAS?!? Fraud running rampit  thru our nation by a group of Animal Rights Extremists-It most certainly is in my opinion and the opinion of many others-Just why aren’t legislatures paying attention to the people?!? -BIG AR SuperPAC and should not be allowed!!!

Please explain how Big Cat Rescue qualifies when the state of Florida does NOT classify it as a sanctuary and most certainly does NOT adhere to GFAS mission!!!

http://www.rexano.org/BCR/FWC_Sanctuary_BCR.pdf ] Looks to me like GFAS vs the State of Florida in determining what qualifies as an animal sanctuary. I pick up the state of Florida…open the PDF and decide for yourself…tell you what…I’ll go with legal, otherwise it is FRAUD in the eye of the public and the court!!!


About GFAS

Animal protection leaders from a number of organizations came together in 2007 to found the Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries (GFAS). This was in response to:
  • virtually unchecked and hidden animal exploitation of inhumanely kept wildlife
  • the wildlife trade itself
  • the flood of horses, captive wild parrots and abandoned “pet” reptiles suddenly without homes
  • the growing demand for sanctuary for farmed animals and animals used in labs
  • the plight of animals left in need by natural disasters and wars
  • the need for the public to be able to differentiate exploitative operations from legitimate sanctuaries
  • the need for global animal specific standards and operational standards for sanctuaries, based on the fine work of the former The Association of Sanctuaries, the former Captive Wild Animal Protection Coalition, and others.

The GFAS mission is to promote excellence in sanctuary management and in humane care of animals through international accreditation, collaboration, mentoring, and greater recognition and resources for sanctuaries, while seeking to eliminate the causes of displaced animals.

GFAS is not the first accrediting organization for sanctuaries in the United States or other nations. While there have been sanctuary associations formed in the past, none has ever obtained worldwide recognition. Donors, the media, and members of the public have not recognized a single source of information on animal sanctuaries, partly because there have been so many isolated sanctuaries and no one, unified, international accrediting organization. Sanctuaries accredited by GFAS earn the highest level of credibility with donors, the media, and members of the public, and are clearly distinguished from pseudo-sanctuaries and substandard facilities. The GFAS accreditation is a “seal of approval” to reassure donors and foundations internationally. [bloggers note: I think I just puked in my mouth a little…Who does the inspections and HOW are they regulated?!?]

In nations with an accreditation process in place, GFAS brings the benefits of increased collaboration and opportunities for partnership, with the goal of raising the level of care and building capacity whenever possible. GFAS fosters the synergy of sanctuaries working together in our global community, where the exploitation of the wildlife trade in particular must be addressed internationally.

No previous accrediting organization for sanctuaries has achieved the level of funding necessary to offer grants and be of real service to honorable sanctuaries across the globe as they strive to meet the incredible challenge of providing a fiscally sound infrastructure to meet the daily and long term needs of animals in the most humane manner possible. Offering compliance grants and fundraising solutions is a top priority for GFAS, recognizing the tremendous challenge sanctuaries face in meeting operating costs in these economic times.

The GFAS goal in working with and assisting sanctuaries is to ensure that sanctuaries are supported, honored, recognized and rewarded for meeting important criteria in providing care to the animals in residence, without putting unreasonable burdens on often over-extended and under-funded sanctuary operators.


How’s this for the HOTTEST list of Animal Rights Extremists organizations -list of GFAS Supporters!!! http://www.sanctuaryfederation.org/gfas/supporters/


GFAS offers its sincere thanks to the following generous supporters, listed in alphabetical order. Thanks to their support, GFAS has been transformed from a ambitious vision into an effective reality, helping sanctuaries help animals!

US Fish & Wildlife Service/Ken Stansell

American Anti-Vivisection Society

American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA)

Animal Assistace Foundation

Austin Cotton

Animal Welfare Institute

Brn Free Foundation

Born Free USA

Captive Wild Animal Protection Coalition 

Elliot Dinnerstein Foundation

Farm Sanctuary

The Handsel Foundation

The Humane Society of the United States 

International Fund for Animal Welfare 

Pettus Crowe Foundation

Summerlee Foundation 

World Society for the Protection of Animals 


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Disclaimer connected to this blog…Things said are of my opinion and the opinion of others…Stay tuned…it’s Zoo Wars baby and you won’t want to miss a single edition…There will be more!!!  Best -B

~ by topcatsroar on April 19, 2013.

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