The corona virus is making stay-at-homes of us all.
To make the isolation a little more pleasant, our NFA team offers the following suggestions for good animal movies. Let us know if you have a list to share.
Such a feel-good movie. Two dogs and a cat on an epic journey to find their humans. We support shelters around the world that rehome dogs.
Lady and the Tramp
Not all street dogs have happy endings like Tramp, but that’s what we at NFA try to achieve.
Moral of a touching story? Wild creatures should be free.
Gorillas in The Mist
The true story of Dian Fossey’s work with gorillas in Africa.
The Lion King
If only we could really take back for lions what is rightfully theirs. In real life lions are dwindling in numbers. NFA just relocated wild lions to a part of Africa where so few exist that the gene pool is shrinking.
Riveting documentary on captive orcas.
A documentary about protecting gorillas in Africa.
Marley & Me
A happily married couple’s life changes after they adopt a free-spirited pup named Marley who, along with his antics, manages to teach them and their children important life lessons.
The Ivory Game
A hard-hitting documentary investigation of the ivory trade. NFA knows the problem well and is helping by moving elephants to safe havens and funding anti-poaching activities.
Dances With Wolves
A surprisingly thoughtful movie about a US Union soldier marooned in a fort near a Native American tribe and a wolf. NFA is working to provide a safe haven for wolves in Serbia.