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World Society for the Protection of Animals
Dec 23, 2008Donkeys are suffering appalling injuries from overloading and heat stress. WSPA plans to educate owners and provide veterinary care to help improve the welfare of donkeys in the Middle East.
Dec 23, 2008Thanks to our supporters WSPA has helped thousands of animals in 2008 and campaigned to help many more. We would like to thank everyone for their support and share some of this year's successes.
Dec 10, 2008WSPA and members of the Whalewatch network delivered a super-sized Christmas and New Year card to the governments of Japan, Norway and Iceland with the message: ‘tis the season to stop whaling for good!
Nov 25, 2008A new report, 'Eating our Future: the environmental impact of industrial animal agriculture', details how factory farming contributes to environmental, economic and social crises.
Nov 25, 2008WSPA's emergency veterinary intervention finished in June, but our involvement with communities affected by the cyclone continues in the form of disaster preparedness training and resources.
Nov 24, 2008A film has exposed the horrifying extent of animal suffering in Norway’s fur farms, providing a timely reminder of the true cost of fur and fur-trims for all seasonal shoppers.
Nov 17, 2008As the Japanese whaling fleet prepares to set sail, WSPA finds evidence from the country’s own Institute of Cetacean Research that it is impossible to accurately shoot a whale at sea.
Nov 17, 200811 November 2008: The G77 hosted their first ambassador-level briefing on animal welfare and how it impacts on human livelihoods. WSPA provided the briefing.
Nov 14, 2008Update 14 November 2008: In addition to our planned animal welfare operation, WSPA vets will assess needs in the Camaguey region of Cuba, hit by Hurricane Paloma earlier this week.
Nov 10, 2008Actress and animal welfare campaigner Miranda Richardson visited the Animals in War memorial monument on Remembrance Sunday to lay a personal wreath.
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