World Animal Protection

World Animal Protection is a global animal welfare organisation with 50 years' experience in moving the world to protect animals. Our work is focused on four priority animal welfare areas:

Animals in the Wild - Our work includes ending the trade of wildlife and wildlife products, stopping the farming of wildlife, exposing the cruelty in using wildlife for entertainment and stopping cruelty to sea life through preventing ghost gear entanglement.

Animals in Farming - The treatment of farm animals is the world’s biggest animal welfare issue. We campaign for higher welfare standards at every stage - from life on the farm to transportation to slaughter.

Animals in Disasters - We provide emergency relief to animals suffering as a result of disasters and thereby protecting people’s livelihoods. We also train communities in disaster preparation and emergency response planning.

Animals in Communities: We help governments to manage dog populations humanely, vaccinate against rabies, share advice on responsible pet ownership and prevent working animals from being overworked and abused.

To achieve the World Animal Protection vision - a world where animal welfare matters and animal cruelty has ended.

For more information visit www.worldanimalprote

World Animal Protection was formerly known as WSPA (World Society for the Protection of Animals)


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AUD $38

Heal Two Bears

Bears belong in the wild but too ofte,n they are stolen, trapped and tortured for entertainment and traditional medicine. Across Asia and in Europe... Read More

AUD $50

Save 50 Innocent Dogs

99% of rabies cases around the world are caused by dog bites, which mean local Governments often rely on mass culling to try and control the spread... Read More

AUD $50

Stop Elephant Rides

With this gift, you could help educate tourists that it's never okay to ride an elephant. Around the world, thousands of elephants are cruelly ... Read More

AUD $100

Give Elephants Freedom

Elephants are wild animals that can only be tamed, not domesticated. Attractions that allow tourists to ride and bathe elephants use cruel methods ... Read More

AUD $108

Feed A Hungry Bear For A Month

By choosing this gift, you could help feed a rescued bear for a month and improve their health. Rescued cubs are looked after by dedicated carers w... Read More

AUD $499

Free A Captive Bear

Give the gift of freedom from suffering! Your thoughtful gift could help save a bear's life, freeing it from the torture of captivity and a lif... Read More