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World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA)
Oct 28, 2009Most Canadians have seen transport trucks filled with farm animals on Canada’s highways. What many don’t realize is what the animals must endure...
Oct 26, 2009Top international singer Leona Lewis is backing WSPA in a new campaign video launched today.
Oct 14, 2009WSPA and governments supporting a Universal Declaration on Animal Welfare have hosted meetings at United Nations headquarters. Watch a video highlighting the vital link between animal welfare and sustainable development here.
Oct 8, 2009Children from all over Bolivia’s capital celebrated their love of animals and learnt about animal welfare at a fun World Animal Week event. Take a look at some amazing creations from the costume competition…
Oct 2, 2009On a tiny island off the misty Rain Coast of British Columbia, a community and its dogs are proof that dreams of a better life can be realized, with understanding and cooperation. WSPA Canada's Michelle Cliffe reports...
Oct 2, 2009In the wake of devastating natural disasters in Indonesia, Samoa and the Philippines, WSPA has deployed disaster assessment and response teams to ascertain the impact on animals and the need for emergency relief.
Sep 28, 2009A simulated disaster relief operation in Costa Rica has tested years of preparation between WSPA and local agencies, gauging both our ability and the community’s readiness to care for animals if the Turrialba volcano were to erupt.
Sep 24, 2009Actors Kellan Lutz, Brooke Shields, Kristin Davis, Christina Applegate, Tiffani Thiessen and supermodel Joanna Krupa are teaming up with WSPA to protect and celebrate animals during World Animal Week 2009.
Sep 17, 2009See pictures from an exciting WSPA project which seeks to prevent dangerous conflict between people and elephants near the scenic Mkumi National Park.
Sep 1, 2009Now is your chance to help end the cruel blood sport of bullfighting in Catalonia, Spain, for good! Support the Catalonian people’s Prou (‘enough’) campaign to protect bulls and horses from violence.
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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