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Creating a World where Animal Welfare Matters and Animal Cruelty has Ended
Nov 15, 2007In a few short months, consumers like you may unknowingly purchase food from cloned animals. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is poised to announce that animals can be cloned for food and sold without labels indicating the origin.
Nov 13, 2007Thanks to our supporters and member societies, WSPA has recently been able to come to the aid of thousands of animal victims of natural disasters around the world. Below is an update on our recent completed disaster relief efforts for animals.
Nov 2, 2007In late October, celebrity activists attracted international media attention when they paddled through waters stained with blood to honor the spirits of thousands of dolphins killed in Taiji, Japan each year during the village's annual “drive fisheries” slaughter.
Nov 2, 2007He's rescued bears from some of the cruelest situations in the world, conducted dangerous undercover investigations, and traveled around the globe. Now, you can hear his radio interview.
Nov 2, 2007WSPA is helping tackle the ugly world of illegal wildlife trade in Animal Planet’s new series, Crime Scene Wild.
Oct 22, 2007Street Dogs, a remarkable new book of portraits by fine art photographer Traer Scott, is helping raise money for WSPA’s work with stray animals.
Oct 19, 2007The World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) condemns the recent acts of cruelty that caused the deaths of dogs and cats seized from residents of a public housing development and thrown off a bridge in Puerto Rico.
Oct 15, 2007More than 6,000 animals received primary veterinary care in the aftermath of Hurricane Felix, which struck one of the poorest areas of Nicaragua.
Oct 10, 2007
Sep 20, 2007On September 8th 2007, WSPA and Member Societies took action all over the world to mark the first ever World Rabies Day
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