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Join WSPA’s Global Humane Chain to end live animal exports in Australia

Jul 29, 2011
Tell the Australian government that people all around the world want a permanent ban on live cattle exports.

Victory: A critical step in ending whaling in Iceland

Jul 25, 2011
The U.S. government threatens Iceland with sanctions and urges the country to end its defiant whaling program. Contact President Obama today and urge him to protect whales and enforce sanctions on Iceland.

Whaling countries derail plans for Southern Atlantic Sanctuary

Jul 15, 2011
A proposed sanctuary for whales in the South Atlantic has been blocked by pro-whaling nations at the International Whaling Commission (IWC).

Whaling Nations Block Progress on Animal Welfare at IWC

Jul 11, 2011
Whaling nations at the International Whaling Commission (IWC) rejected recommendations derived from an expert Animal Welfare and Ethics workshop sponsored by WSPA and tabled by the UK government.

WSPA and UK government push animal welfare to the forefront of IWC agenda

Jul 11, 2011
New joint report should spark much-needed progress in the protection of whales from cruelty.

International Animal Charity WSPA Pushes Animal Welfare to the Forefront of IWC agenda

Jul 7, 2011
As the world prepares for the 63rd International Whaling Commission (IWC) Annual Meeting, the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) – which has offices in the U.S., Europe, Central America and many other areas across the world – has partnered with the UK government to put whale welfare on the agenda.

WSPA applauds closure of cruel Malaysian zoo

Jun 22, 2011
The Malaysian Government has decided to shut down Saleng Zoo in Johor, due to its failure to meet basic animal welfare standards recently introduced into law.

Are You and Your Pets Prepared for a Disaster

Jun 9, 2011
Animals are often displaced or abandoned during earthquakes, hurricanes and tornados. Many suffer terribly from injuries, or endure hunger and dehydration. But, it doesn’t have to be this way. Watch this animated public service announcement from WSPA, and read more to learn what you can do to protect your pets ahead of an emergency.

WSPA rejects temporary suspension of live cattle exports to Indonesia

Jun 8, 2011
After more than a week of intense public pressure, following the horrific evidence provided by Animals Australia and RSPCA Australia that aired on Four Corners, Prime Minister Julia Gillard has announced a suspension of all live cattle exports to Indonesia

WSPA calls for action as new footage in Australia exposes the cruelty of live cattle export

Jun 6, 2011
WSPA is calling for an immediate end to live cattle exports from Australia to Indonesia, following the exposure of horrific cruelty inflicted on animals in Indonesia’s slaughterhouses on Australia’s Four Corners program.

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