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WSPA Deploys Emergency Teams to Asia Pacific Disasters
In the wake of devastating natural disasters in Indonesia, Samoa and the Philippines, WSPA has deployed emergency disaster assessment and response teams to ascertain the impact on animals.

Aid for bombed animal shelter in Beirut
WSPA has released funds to aid an animal shelter that was partially destroyed by a missile during the conflict in Lebanon, leaving 200 dogs and cats vulnerable and in need of food and veterinary care.

Animal relief reaches Cuba
A second shipment of veterinary supplies and drugs reached Cuba yesterday, met by one of WSPA’s experienced vets. The extent of the damage may be what prompted the government to allow WSPA to mount the first ever disaster relief operation by an international animal welfare group within Cuba.

Battling Bolivia's Floods
WSPA and member society Animales S.O.S. are feeding thousands of animals left stranded during increasingly severe floods in Bolivia which began late last year.

Landmark animal aid bound for Cuba
Cuban economists estimate the effect of the hurricanes has put the country’s development back eighteen years. This is the first time an animal welfare organization has been allowed to conduct a disaster assessment in the country.

10 Ways to Help Animals during a Disaster
Without an easy-to-execute plan, families are sometimes forced to choose between their own safety and the safety of their beloved animals.

Asia Pacific Disaster Update: WSPA responds to animal emergency
The World Society for the Protection of Animals’ (WSPA) disaster response team has been able to relieve the suffering of hundreds of animals caught up in the natural disasters in Asia Pacific through the provision of much needed food and medical care.

Disaster relief for pets helps people too in aftermath of Hurricane Dean
Weeks after Hurricane Dean, starving dogs are still guarding devastated homes, waiting for owners who may never return. When an ambulance with JSPCA and WSPA staff arrived at the house of a neighbor who had agreed to let the dogs stay temporarily, two frightened, small mixed breed dogs were darting along the side of the road dangerously close to speeding cars.

Ecuador volcano - WSPA distributes food to animals
WSPA’s intervention was delivered by its Member Society Fundación de Protección Animal Ecuador (FPA) who distributed food to cattle and pigs, as well as dogs in a newly created shelter which was set up as a result of an influx of displaced dogs into the town of Cotaló.

Haitian government requests WSPA aid
WSPA is leading the Animal Relief Coalition for Haiti (ARCH) team, comprised of international animal welfare groups, in preparation for swift deployment following a request for immediate assistance from the government of Haiti.

WSPA comes to aid of Cuba's animals
More than 42,000 animals have been saved from life-threatening diseases and treated for injuries thanks to WSPA emergency aid delivered in the aftermath of the four hurricanes which struck Cuba at the end of last year.

Helping animal victims of the Costa Rica Earthquake
In an inspiring joint effort for animals, WSPA disaster relief teams, member societies, and supporters around the world banded together to bring vital emergency relief to animal victims of a devastating earthquake that struck Costa Rica in early January.

Animal recovery continues in Myanmar
The WSPA DART team remains in Myanmar, delivering aid and working with the FAO and local people to improve the health of animals that survived Cyclone Nargis.

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