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Creating a World where Animal Welfare Matters and Animal Cruelty has Ended
Jun 16, 2006Despite what was thought to be a certain defeat for whale protection, anti-whaling nations managed today to hold on to a narrow majority at the International Whaling Commission IWC at its annual meeting in St. Kitts.
Jun 8, 2006The International Whaling Commission (IWC) is currently holding its 58th annual meeting on the island of St. Kitts in the Caribbean.
Jun 8, 2006The Caribbean Animal Welfare Conference, held on May 15-17, brought together over 140 participants from 26 Caribbean nations, the United Kingdom, Canada and the U.S.
May 11, 2006The World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) recently donated a truck to their member society the Friends of the Colobus Trust (The Trust), in Daini, Kenya.
May 9, 2006Dr. Roy Jones, WSPA's Wildlife Coordinator in Asia, participated in a meeting held on Saturday, May 8th at the Pearl Hotel to discuss a planned swim-with-dolphins program being presented by a Danish doctor and a local marine center. Dr. Jones offered evidence, showing that dolphins cannot live naturally in captivity. WSPA is pleased to report that plans to build the facility have been abandoned.
May 3, 2006The World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) is preparing to evacuate thousands of animals ahead of a volcanic eruption on the Indonesian Island of Java.
Apr 24, 2006WSPA's disaster management team is currently monitoring two critical situations and assessing the needs of the animals in the affected areas.
Mar 31, 2006Paul and Heather McCartney's, longtime animal advocates, are traveling this week to the Canadian ice floes where thousands of baby seals are being born.
Mar 29, 2006WSPA Campaigns Officer Melissa Tkachyk joined the Humane Society of the United States' (HSUS) Seal Watch team on Saturday, March 25th, to observe and document Canada's bloody seal hunt.
Mar 27, 2006The World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) recently helped to fund the rescue of a young female baboon named Lola, who was living in pet shop in Beirut, Lebanon.
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