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World Society for the Protection of Animals
Apr 7, 2009The tornado that hit 11 villages in Orissa State, India, at the end of March uprooted trees and lifted people 30 feet into the air. WSPA’s emergency response team arrived just days later, equipped to help.
Apr 5, 2009Luke Holdsworth, 27, from Bath has just signed up to run though Bath city centre dressed as a pig on Sunday 10th May, for WSPA's City Stampede fun run.
Mar 31, 2009Rosie Marcel, actress and World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) supporter, will join the charity’s 2009 Bear Adventure.
Mar 24, 2009A global animal welfare campaign backed by 230 UK MPs and DEFRA has received a major boost from the European Union (EU), with all 27 countries voting unanimously in public support.
Mar 18, 2009The Handle with Care coalition – which seeks to end the cruelty of long distance transport – is now a step closer to stopping live pig imports from the US mainland to Hawaii.
Mar 18, 2009An 80-strong herd of cattle have become the first livestock to populate the Brazilian Model Farm, enabling the project to start training farmers in humane and sustainable farming methods.
Mar 11, 2009British singer Leona Lewis has named WSPA as one of her favourite charities and wants to build her knowledge of our work.
Mar 6, 2009WSPA and the world’s leading anti-whaling organisations condemn plans to allow hunts in Japanese coastal waters. We call for governments to oppose this deal, which could destroy the international commercial whaling ban.
Mar 5, 2009Michael Baker has been appointed as WSPA's new Director General, taking over from Major General Peter Davies in the summer.
Mar 2, 2009The World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) has recently become a friend of Operation Charm - part of the Metropolitan Police Wildlife Crime Unit.
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