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Educational event showcases mobile clinics’ work in Sri Lanka

Oct 12, 2006
The Blue Paw Trust showcased the amazing work of WSPA-supported veterinary clinics during an educational event.

WSPA moves new resident to bear sanctuary

Oct 4, 2006
An abandoned bear cub named Maylu has been taken into WSPA care at its Kund Park Bear Sanctuary in Pakistan.

Mongolian herdsmen applaud WSPA programs

Oct 4, 2006
Horses, donkeys and mules are vital for millions of Mongolian people. WSPA's equine projects celebrate their first achievements.

Horse Protection Act victory

Sep 9, 2006
The American Horse Slaughter Prevention Act (H.R. 503) gained resounding approval from the House of Representatives on September 7, 2006.

Farewell to an animal welfare champion

Sep 5, 2006
The news of Steve Irwin’s tragic death was met with great sadness by everyone at WSPA.

Universal Declaration campaign launched in US

Sep 1, 2006
WSPA USA is joining hundreds of other animal welfare organizations around the world, urging the United Nations to adopt an international agreement on the welfare of animals.

WSPA at Taking Action for Animals 2006 conference

Aug 22, 2006
WSPA USA Executive Director Dr. Allan Kornberg will join other leading animal welfare figures on a speaking panel at the Taking Action for Animals 2006 conference.

WSPA helps relief effort in West India

Aug 16, 2006
WSPA is supporting the Animal Help Foundation to bring emergency relief to livestock in flood stricken provinces.

Ecuador volcano - WSPA distributes food to animals

Aug 14, 2006
WSPA has distributed emergency food to animals at risk following the eruption of the Tungurahua volcano.

Aid to provinces in flood stricken India

Aug 11, 2006
WSPA is funding teams of vets to bring emergency relief to livestock in the flood stricken provinces of West India.

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