We are World Animal Protection. We were known as WSPA (World Society for the Protection of Animals)

In Thailand, baby tigers like this one, are bred in captivity to be used as entertainment for tourists. For their entire lives they are confined to small cells and chains, forced to interact with people and stifle their natural behaviors. 



Last chance to double your impact 


Dear ,

Don't forget our Earth Day match challenge ends tonight at 11:59pm EST. The response so far has been overwhelming, but we are still $7,558 from our goal of $10,000 and we only have a few hours left.

Please act quickly, time is running out. Make a gift now and double your impact on suffering animals that need our help. If you give , a generous major donor will match you and also donate . Don't miss out on this rare opportunity to have your gift matched and double your impact. Hurry, this ends tonight!

Thank you for helping us move the world to protect animals and achieve our vision -- a world where animals live free from suffering. 


Priscilla Ma
U.S. Executive Director
World Animal Protection 

P.S. *All gifts received through this email by the deadline of 11:59pm EST, April 22, 2016, qualify for the match challenge offer, up to the limit of $10,000. Gifts received after the deadline or in excess of the challenge amount will be used for the Animal Protection Matching Fund to protect animals from cruelty. Donate now. 

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