Our staff at World Animal Protection are at the forefront of the global animal protection movement. Every day they are moved by inspiring stories and the challenges they face in their work. Our international blog will bring you their views and opinions as we move the world to protect animals.
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Posted on 17 December 2015 by Ellie Parravani
The goal has been agreed. The scene has been set. By 2030, rabies will be consigned to the history books without the use of cruel culling.
Posted on 04 December 2015 by Helen Proctor
A friend sent me a great video of some trained rats recently. It started me thinking about speciesism. Why do we care more about fluffy, cuddly animals?
Posted on 24 November 2015 by Kate Nustedt
People often try to tell us it’s impossible to save wild animals from poaching, wildlife entertainment and trade. That’s when I draw strength from the work we do to protect bears.
Posted on 18 November 2015 by The Investigator
Our wildlife experts recently published a scientific paper on the illegal trade of Star tortoises. This is the story of two years of investigation that contributed to the study.
Posted on 12 November 2015 by Joanna Toole
As part of our Sea Change campaign, we have funded training for Mexico’s whale disentanglement network, meaning more entangled whales can be responded to and rescued.