News: Animals in communities
25 May 2017
While we’re pleased that the sale of dog meat at the Yulin festival is being banned, millions of dogs across the world continue to face cruelty and death
17 May 2017
Animal welfare laws in Australia are failing, and the Productivity Commission believes Australian animals need a national champion. The government should follow its advice.
04 May 2017
Across the snow-covered steppes of Mongolia, animals are starving and freezing to death in a silent yet devastating natural disaster. Vulnerable mothers and newborns face the highest risk.
01 February 2017
In 2016, there were many wins for animals because of your support.
16 November 2016
Following a successful pilot in 23 Romanian schools, our education program to reduce cruelty to dogs will now be rolled out to schools across the country.
17 October 2016
Emily Mudoga (‘Better Lives for Dogs’ Campaign Manager, Africa) is a vibrant woman whose passion for animals and empathy for people makes her vital in our work to end the inhumane culling of dogs in Africa. She has an infectious laugh and over 18 years veterinary and program management experience.
07 October 2016
Premier Mike Baird has taken a courageous decision to ban cruel greyhound racing in NSW, but his decision is under heavy pressure. You can act now to make sure the Premier keeps the ban.
16 September 2016
Representatives from World Animal Protection and Save the Dogs recently met with Vice-Mayor Babu Dumitru and Vice-Director Cristina Itoafa of Constanța to discuss the large number of stray dogs killed in the Romanian city each year.
29 August 2016
The issue of stray dogs in Romania has a complicated and dark history. The turmoil caused by war and revolution has resulted in thousands of abandoned dogs left to roam towns and cities, struggling to survive.
23 August 2016
Rowing athletes Eleanor Davis Logan and Tessa Gobbo made a surprise visit to World Animal Protection’s dog adoption event on Saturday