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Creating a World where Animal Welfare Matters and Animal Cruelty has Ended
May 2, 2008In March 2008, WSPA began investigating claims that a mass 'cat cull' was planned in China in advance of the Olympic Games, as was reported in several news sources.
May 2, 2008Norwegian whalers yesterday made the first kill of the season: a calf. Though the majority of Norwegians are against the cruelty inflicted by whaling, Norwegian whalers are set to kill 1,052 whales in the hunts that started on Wednesday morning.
Apr 29, 2008A dolphin has died during a live stunt show at Discovery Cove, Florida, proving once again that captivity is never acceptable for these intelligent mammals.
Apr 25, 2008A public protest met the start of Catalonia's bullfighting season, which signals the slaughter of over a hundred bulls each year.
Apr 25, 2008In April, world-renowned animal welfare experts traveled to China to take part in a landmark conference on farm animal welfare.
Mar 28, 2008The Seoul Metropolitan Government is proposing that dogs in Korea should be re-categorized as livestock, which would give the dog meat trade in South Korea legal status.
Mar 26, 2008WSPA is deeply concerned by reports that China is culling cats in its capital city in advance of the Olympic Games in August.
Mar 19, 2008WSPA and member society El Refugio have opened a clinic to help the overloaded and overworked horses of Colombia’s capital.
Mar 12, 2008WSPA 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.
Mar 11, 2008WSPA member society the Bioresource Research Centre Pakistan saved two bears by prevented a bear baiting event in February 2008.
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