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World Society for the Protection of Animals
Dec 23, 2009Thank you. With your support, WSPA and our member societies have achieved great things for animals in 2009. Many are better cared for, better protected, and have brighter futures.
Dec 22, 2009Despite reports that bear dancing has been eradicated from India, work still needs to be done before we can celebrate. More bears still need rescuing. Join us in looking back over our journey and forward to a better future …
Dec 18, 2009Nearly 30,000 animals – 10,224 sheep and 17,932 cattle – have reportedly drowned as the Panamanian-flagged ship Danny F II sank off the coast of Lebanon yesterday.
Dec 18, 2009A citizens’ advocacy campaign in Catalonia has resulted in local politicians approving a debate on changes to the Catalan Animal Protection Law, extending it to include the bulls and horses used in bullfights.
Dec 17, 2009With fur back in fashion, it’s ever more important that we celebrate successes for the anti-fur movement and remind ourselves and our friends why this acute cruelty will never be acceptable.
Dec 16, 2009The Department of Food, Environment and Rural Affairs (Defra) has just announced new regulations for broiler (meat) chickens in the UK.
Dec 15, 2009Get sewing for WSPA and you can make a lasting difference for working horses and donkeys in need.
Dec 11, 2009Three orphaned bear cubs have been released back into the wild after spending five months at Idaho Black Bear Rehab (IBBR)’s pioneering centre.
Dec 9, 2009Norway’s 2010 whaling quota is their largest since choosing to defy the International Whaling Commission’s ban on commercial whaling.
Dec 7, 2009This Christmas WSPA is asking people to spare a thought for animals. Buy festive food that is organic or free-range and stay away from products containing fur – there are plenty of alternatives. If you escape the UK remember to only visit animal friendly attractions.
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