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Creating a World where Animal Welfare Matters and Animal Cruelty has Ended
Oct 31, 2013Since the BBC and WSPA first brought the shocking truth behind Kopi Luwak, or civet coffee, to mainstream attention around the world in September, our campaign has had a great start with a number of retailers withdrawing the sale of civet coffee from their shelves.
Oct 25, 2013Three Asiatic black bears used for the cruel sport of bear baiting have been handed over for a new life in the WSPA-funded sanctuary by their former owners in the Punjab province, Pakistan.
Oct 24, 2013The campaign for Supporting Better Dairy in Europe is celebrating! Thanks to our supporters we’ve achieved a whopping 293,511 signatures in support of improving dairy cow welfare.
Oct 23, 2013We met with Spanish senators to hand in a letter signed by more than 100 animal welfare organizations from 29 countries.
Oct 22, 2013Last week, a category 5 cyclone was predicted to devastate India's eastern coastline. Tragically lives were lost, but comparatively speaking the death toll was far lower than expected.
Oct 21, 2013Along with the Mission of Ecuador to UN, we co-hosted a successful breakfast meeting with representatives of United Nations Member States and Agencies bringing us one step closer to getting animals in disasters included on the UN global agenda.
Oct 21, 2013During World Rabies Day this year, on September 28, our team was in the Philippines working with our local partners to deliver mass dog vaccinations as part of our Collars Not Cruelty campaign.
Oct 12, 2013Cyclone Phailin, a Category 5 cyclone, has hit the eastern coastline of India, with Odisha state particularly at risk. At one thousand miles long, it poses a huge threat to animals and the communities that care for them.
Oct 11, 2013We have launched our Collars Not Cruelty program in China to prevent culling due to the fear of rabies.
Oct 8, 2013Our Disaster Animal Response Team has travelled to Pelechuco district in La Paz province, Bolivia, to support communities affected by severe drought.
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