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Posted on May 13 2019
Florence is traveling to the UN’s disaster risk reduction meeting next week with a clear message to governments: Don’t forget animals in global discussions on
Posted on December 16 2014
After Typhoon Hagupit hit the Philippines and volcanic eruptions decimated Fogo Island in Cabo Verde, our disaster response teams have been deployed in full
Posted on January 11 2019
As we start the New Year, we are pleased to share the following tips and resources for living cruelty-free in 2019.
Posted on April 24 2019
We celebrated Earth Day by inviting art and animal lovers alike to an equine fine art exhibit, hosted by Ejaz Kahn, to appreciate the beauty of horses running
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Posted on September 03 2014
After spending their entire lives as victims of the cruel sport of bear baiting, two female Asiatic bears – Josee and Galax – were surrendered to our partners
Posted on September 21 2018
Storm’s toll reveals staggering scale of animals suffering on factory farms and environmental toll from waste management overflow
World Animal Protection moves the world to protect animals and end the suffering of animals.
Posted on December 18 2014
A World Animal Protection study on cow behaviour indicates that cows reveal their emotional state by the position of their ears.
Posted on March 08 2017
Many of the world’s farm animals are owned by women, and natural disasters affect farm animals more than any other. On International Women’s Day (8 March), we