Disney World is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year with a series of projects inspired by the iconic animal kingdom attraction.
The new project, called Kagerō Project, aims to help animals in need of a makeover by partnering with local animal shelters, charities and organizations to make their lives easier.
The project is part of Disney’s effort to support animal charities across the world, with more than 100,000 animals rescued each year and nearly half of them are brought to Disney’s Animal Kingdom.
The first Kagero Project is the “Animal Shelter for Everyone” project, which focuses on the rescue and rehabilitation of rescued animals and people.
The shelter will be in Kagerounou, a park in Turkey, and it will include a mobile shelter with equipment and supplies.
The other projects include a program called Animal Helping Animal Project, which will focus on the adoption and care of pets, and Animal Help Project, a program aimed at raising awareness about animal welfare issues.
The Animal Shelter for Every Child program is also a part of the project, and focuses on fostering a relationship with children at risk of becoming orphaned, and The Animal Rescue Foundation of America will help to support the group through its education and outreach efforts.
Here are some of the projects that are currently in the works:Kagerou will be a part with Disney’s The Land Around Us, which aims to provide animals with a safe environment to live and raise healthy young.
The park will also feature an exhibit featuring animal caretakers and other animals.
The exhibit will be open daily from May through October.
The theme park also plans to host an Animal Help for Every Kid program, which provides special educational programs to kids ages 5 to 12.
It will be based in a new exhibit called Animal Rescue, which has been added to the main park.
The Animal Rescue Trust is working to find and adopt a number of animals, and will be using the animals to raise awareness about cruelty to animals, according to a press release.
It also plans on partnering with other charities to create a program to help animal shelters and rescue groups, the release said.
Animal Rescue Foundation is a non-profit that aims to end animal cruelty and help animals escape captivity.
The organization was created in 2005 to help shelters and rescues rescue and rehabilitate animals and educate people about the dangers of animal abuse.
The nonprofit is a division of the Walt Disney Company.