WHAT WE DO
What we do is working with shelters around the world and create useful networks to get more visibility and reach the most people interested in adoptions.
What we do is making people understand that adoption is not only compassion, but responsability.
What we do is making people understand that adopting elderly dog and cats is the greater thing they can do.
What we do is making people understand that buying a puppy doesn’t mean “saving a life”. It’s their EGO they’re gratifying.
When you adopt, you save a loving animal by making them part of your family and open up shelter space for another animal who might desperately need it. The number of euthanized animals (where is permitted by the law) could be reduced dramatically if more people adopted pets instead of buying them. Every year too many pets come into shelters and too few people consider adoption when looking for a pet. If you buy a dog or a cat from a pet store, online shop or street market, you’re probably getting a dog from a puppy mill. Puppy mills are factory style breeding facilities that put profit above the welfare of dogs. Animals from puppy mills are housed in shockingly poor conditions with improper medical care, and are often sick and behaviorally troubled as a result. The moms of these puppies are kept in cages to be bred over and over for years, without human companionship and with little hope of ever joining a family. And after they’re no longer profitable, breeding dogs are simply discarded, either killed, sold, exchanged or euthanized. In Europe they’re pretty much concentrated in Eastern countries: Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania, Cyprus, Greece, Serbia, Italy and Spain. Puppy mills continue to stay in business through deceptive tactics: their customers are unsuspecting consumers who shop in pet stores, over internet or through classified ads. They continue to operate until people stop supporting them. By adopting a pet, you can be certain you aren’t giving them a dime.
ANIMALS WE HELPED AND REHOMED
On the island of Phuket, Thailand, people have been educated and they bring their dogs to sterilize themselves. In the last 15years more than 90.000 dogs have been neutered on the island.
Sandra spent her last weeks happy after 13 years chained, Kazuma has been adopted at the age of 6 after having moved from kennel to kennel in South of Italy. Byron found home after 8 years closed in hunting cages and Life has been rescued from Live Experiments at the age of 8.