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World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA)
Dec 22, 2007WSPA welcomes the news that Japan is no longer seeking to kill 50 humpback whales in their current Antarctic hunt.
Dec 13, 2007Actress Miranda Richardson visited Sri Lanka to witness a pioneering stray dog project funded by WSPA.
Dec 7, 2007WSPA will direct its efforts towards sustainable solutions that will reduce the effect of disasters on animals and the communities in Bangladesh.
Dec 6, 2007On 30 November 2007, the Asian Coalition for Farm Animals presented a life-sized pig made of flowers and candy in an appeal to end the cruel Pigs of God contest.
Dec 5, 2007For the first time since the 1960s, humpback whales will be hunted commercially.
Dec 2, 2007All bears in South East Asia are now vulnerable to extinction following the recent announcement by The World Conservation Union (IUCN) that the Sun Bear has joined the Red List of Threatened Species.
Nov 20, 2007WSPA will assess the impact of cyclone Sidr on the animals vital to the survival and recovery of local communities.
Nov 16, 2007A WSPA Disaster Assessment and Response Team is assessing the impact of cyclone Sidr on animals in Bangladesh after it hit the country on 15 November.
Nov 2, 2007WSPA is helping tackle the ugly world of illegal wildlife trade in Animal Planet’s new series, Crime Scene Wild.
Oct 22, 2007Street Dogs, a remarkable new book of portraits by fine art photographer Traer Scott, is helping raise money for WSPA’s work with stray animals.
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| The World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) exists to tackle animal cruelty across the globe. We work directly with animals and with the people and organizations that can ensure animals are treated with respect and compassion. Our vision is a world where animal welfare matters and animal cruelty has ended. WSPA is a registered charity in Canada. Canadian Charitable Registration #12971 9076 RR0001