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World Society for the Protection of Animals
Oct 15, 2007More than 6,000 animals received primary veterinary care in the aftermath of Hurricane Felix, which struck one of the poorest areas of Nicaragua.
Sep 20, 2007On September 8th 2007, WSPA and Member Societies took action all over the world to mark the first ever World Rabies Day.
Sep 19, 2007HRH Princess Soamsawali of Thailand presided over the official opening of the WSPA Asia Headquarters in Bangkok.
Sep 8, 2007Norway’s Government has announced that it has caught and killed 592 whales in the 2007 whaling season.
Sep 5, 2007World Rabies Day (8th September 2007) is about raising global awareness on a preventable disease.
Sep 1, 2007The over feeding and force feeding of pigs for this contest causes extreme suffering, followed by an inhumane slaughter.
Aug 25, 2007WSPA is celebrating the Icelandic government’s decision to not issue new whale-hunting quotas.
Aug 24, 2007Bullfighting is recognised as unsuitable viewing for Spanish children.
Aug 21, 2007WSPA is working with the Bangladesh Government, the Human Development Program (HDP) and the Bangladesh Animal Welfare Organisation (BAWO) to deliver relief.
Aug 10, 2007Bullfighting protests spread to Malaga in southern Spain for the first time as campaigners rallied support to stop the cruel sport.
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