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World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA)
Jun 17, 2010Over 101,000 people from more than 120 countries have signed WSPA’s open letter calling on Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg to end the country’s cruel commercial whaling. This is the largest public outcry against Norway’s whaling since it resumed in 1993.
Jun 15, 2010Veterinary teams have vaccinated more than 40,000 dogs against rabies in Bali, saving more than 65,000 from government culls.
Jun 15, 2010New footage gathered by WSPA shows the brutal reality of whaling in Norway, and shows why the ban on commercial whaling must not be lifted. Act now: we have 24 hours to register our demand to stop this cruelty.
Jun 4, 2010Hope for the whales: The Latin American bloc of the IWC has made it clear that commercial whaling should be a thing of the past, rejecting the IWC’s proposal to overturn the long-standing moratorium.
Jun 2, 2010Review of Canadian Food Inspection Agency reports shows that Canada's animal transport regulations are not being effectively enforced, putting animal welfare at risk.
Jun 1, 2010Ricky Gervais, the comedian, writer and animal lover, has spoken out in support of WSPA’s campaign to end the cruelty of bullfighting, saying the worst kind of cruelty is that which is done in the name of entertainment.
Apr 23, 2010The International Whaling Commission has published a proposal which could destroy the 24-year ban on commercial whaling, and allow Japan, Norway and Iceland to kill close to 13,000 whales in the next ten years.
Apr 8, 2010International pressure grows on Norway to curb its cruel whaling. Make your voice heard by signing WSPA’s petition to the Norwegian Prime Minister today.
Apr 1, 2010Across Israel and Palestine, thousands of horses, donkeys and mules provide livelihoods for their owners, facing problems like overloading and untreated lameness. Two projects are working to ease their burden…
Mar 26, 2010After living a life filled with suffering, bears that have been rescued are often unable to adapt to a life in the wild. Here's an update on the new life we're providing for baited bears in Pakistan...
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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