Dutch Society For The Protection Of Animals
The Dutch Society for the Protection of Animals (Dutch: Nederlandse Vereniging tot Bescherming van Dieren or De Dierenbescherming) is a Dutch voluntary animal protection organization, founded in 1864. Today it has about 200,000 members and about 65 permanent employees.
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