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World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA)
Dec 22, 2009Despite reports that bear dancing has been eradicated from India, work still needs to be done before we can celebrate. More bears still need rescuing. Join us in looking back over our journey and forward to a better future …
Dec 18, 2009Nearly 30,000 animals – 10,224 sheep and 17,932 cattle – have reportedly drowned as the Panamanian-flagged ship Danny F II sank off the coast of Lebanon yesterday.
Dec 18, 2009A citizens’ advocacy campaign in Catalonia has resulted in local politicians approving a debate on changes to the Catalan Animal Protection Law, extending it to include the bulls and horses used in bullfights.
Dec 14, 2009In a year when so many were without so much, people still opened their hearts to help animals. We thought we’d share a few stories of giving that inspired us this year…
Dec 9, 2009Norway’s 2010 whaling quota is their largest since choosing to defy the International Whaling Commission’s ban on commercial whaling. But as Norway increases its hunt, WSPA’s defence of whale welfare is growing.
Dec 8, 2009This holiday season, give friends and family the gift of animal welfare with a Really Wild Gift.
Dec 3, 2009Three orphaned bear cubs have been released back into the wild after spending five months at Idaho Black Bear Rehab (IBBR)’s pioneering centre.
Dec 1, 2009Local support means WSPA and BAWA can now begin an urgently needed rabies vaccination drive, aiming to save thousands of Bali's dogs. Find out how you can help us!
Nov 13, 2009In a landmark decision, MPs from all four of Canada's political parties have unanimously adopted a motion which calls on the government to support (in principle) the development of a Universal Declaration on Animal Welfare.
Nov 2, 2009A recent outbreak of rabies on this otherwise idyllic island has seen government authorities rush headlong into a mass elimination program – except they’re focused on eliminating dogs, not rabies.
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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