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World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA)
Dec 23, 2008The Commission has made a positive response to the Handle with Care campaign's demands for enforcement of animal welfare legislation during transportation.
Dec 19, 2008A Kenyan form of bullfighting, in which two bulls are encouraged to fight, was prevented from taking place in Nairobi by a network of animal welfare groups.
Dec 10, 2008WSPA and members of the Whalewatch network delivered a super-sized Christmas and New Year card to the governments of Japan, Norway and Iceland with the message: '‘Tis the season to stop whaling for good!'
Dec 10, 2008A film by Handle with Care, a campaign to end the long distance transport of animals, can now add a European award to the public and political support it has won.
Dec 9, 2008Thanks to WSPA supporters and member society EAST, funding has been withdrawn from a cruel weight-based competition that ends with the inhumane slaughter of hundreds of pigs every year.
Dec 5, 2008An orphaned bear cub, being cared for at the WSPA-funded Idaho Black Bear Rehabilitation centre, is a symbol of the growing recognition for bear rehabiliatation work.
Dec 3, 2008The international campaign against bullfighting gained momentum in South America in November, with the ‘cultural’ argument for bullfighting taking a battering.
Nov 26, 2008A clinic made possible by a generous supporter is now enabling staff at a WSPA-funded sanctuary in Pakistan to give rescued bears the very best care.
Nov 25, 2008A new report, 'Eating our Future: the environmental impact of industrial animal agriculture', details how factory farming contributes to environmental, economic and social crises.
Nov 24, 2008A film has exposed the horrifying extent of animal suffering in Norway’s fur farms, providing a timely reminder of the true cost of fur and fur trims for all seasonal shoppers.
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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