Holidays are a time for warmth and togetherness. Yet for bears held captive illegally in Romania, they are a time for despair. You can protect bears Jimy and Jexi by DONATING TODAY >>
We have long protested the mass clubbing of seals for fur and other products as inhumane, so last week’s World Trade Organization ruling that the European Union can ban the import and sale of seal products for “moral” reasons is a real victory for animals.
Our Disaster Response Team is in the Philippines working with key partner organisations to assess and coordinate the needs of animals and their owners impacted by Typhoon Haiyan. But we need your help.
Every year, the Cayman Turtle Farm releases a handful of baby turtles into the wild in celebration of Pirates Week festival. The news that this year’s release has been cancelled is therefore a victory for turtles and a source of hope that things are beginning to improve at the Farm.
Earlier this year, the United Nations launched their global online MY World survey asking people around the world to vote on the issues that matter the most to them. So far, thanks to the help of thousands of animal-lovers worldwide, the great news is that 'animals' are being listed as one of the top priorities.
Since the BBC and WSPA first brought the shocking truth behind Kopi Luwak, or civet coffee, to mainstream attention around the world in September, our campaign has had a great start with a number of retailers withdrawing the sale of civet coffee from their shelves.
Three Asiatic black bears used for the cruel sport of bear baiting have been handed over for a new life in the WSPA-funded sanctuary by their former owners in the Punjab province, Pakistan.