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World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA)
Oct 28, 2010On the heels of WSPA's Curb the Cruelty report, CFIA has announced that they are “cracking down on those who mistreat and improperly transport livestock by more than doubling the fines – the first increase in over 10 years”.
Oct 12, 2010In the face of the driest summer in 20 years in Bolivia’s already arid El Chaco region, WSPA has begun to supply water to safeguard approximately 9,000 animals from possible death.
Oct 12, 2010The humanitarian agency SPHERE has joined with WSPA to help ensure the people and their animals of Leh, Kashmir survive a minus 30 degree winter
Oct 5, 2010In honour of World Animal Week, we've created a list of ten things you can do right now to make a difference for animals, whether it's signing our petitions, making animal-friendly choices or helping spread the word about animal welfare.
Sep 21, 2010In a lead up to World Rabies Day, the Bali government has just signed an agreement authorising the mass vaccination of nearly 400,000 dogs as an essential first step towards eradicating rabies from the island by 2012.
Sep 16, 2010On 15 September, the South Korean government began a historic process that could end bear farming in the country.
Sep 9, 2010On 25 August the Romanian Police and members of the Environment Guard rescued a bear cub from a village guesthouse near Fagaras and have now safely moved him to the Zarnesti bear sanctuary, where he will now live alongside five other young bears.
Aug 20, 2010Sadly, WSPA must report some distressing news from our bear baiting project in Pakistan. The recent floods have severely affected the Kund Park sanctuary, resulting in the tragic death of 20 of the 23 bears living there.
Aug 3, 2010BRC staff launched heroic rescues over the weekend, saving three of the 23 bears that were feared dead as Kund Park was submerged in the floods last week.
Jul 30, 2010WSPA fears that as many as 23 bears may have been killed after flooding in Pakistan caused severe damage to the WSPA-funded Kund Park bear sanctuary. The floods were caused by what is being described as the ‘heaviest monsoon flooding since 1929’.
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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