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World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA)
Nov 17, 2008As Japan's whalers prepare to sail, WSPA finds evidence from the country’s Institute of Cetacean Research that it is impossible to accurately shoot a whale at sea.
Nov 17, 2008The G77 hosted their first ambassador-level briefing on animal welfare and how it impacts on human livelihoods. WSPA provided the briefing.
Nov 7, 2008A second shipment of veterinary supplies and drugs reached Cuba yesterday, met by one of WSPA’s experienced vets. Work can now begin to treat and protect thousands of suffering animals.
Oct 24, 2008A conference in Cairo has explored the relationship between Islam, animal welfare, and the long distance transport of animals for slaughter, putting a spotlight on this cruel and unnecessary trade.
Oct 24, 2008This week Brazil's Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supplies made a leap forward for animal wellbeing by stating official support for the development of a Universal Declaration on Animal Welfare.
Oct 16, 2008WSPA’s disaster assessment and response team will deliver US$100,000 of coordinated veterinary aid in Cuba next week. This emergency relief is desperately needed – the country was devastated during hurricane season.
Oct 1, 2008Two governments have made the same significant decision: to recognise the global importance of animals by supporting a Universal Declaration on Animal Welfare.
Sep 30, 2008WSPA made recommendations at the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization's first ever meeting dedicated to good animal welfare practices.
Sep 30, 2008Despite the cyclone season nearing its end, WSPA’s disaster assessment and response teams remain busy across Asia and the Caribbean.
Sep 25, 2008Rabies, though preventable, kills 55,000 people and countless dogs every year. Often, governments respond by shooting or poisoning dogs. On 28 September, WSPA will be raising awareness about more humane solutions.
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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