Help for animals from shelters

We are responsible for the “friends” we have tamed. Unfortunately, we do not always have the opportunity to stay together with our pets. That is why the important part of our work includes the help to the animals:
- the organization of the food delivery to the animals which are not only on the territory of Ukraine but also along the state borders which cannot be crossed
- the organization of the food delivery to the animals which are currently in the shelters on the territory of Ukraine
- the veterinary supervision of the animals which are currently in Polish shelters
- the purchase and delivery of food and medical supplies to the animals in Police shelters


Current projects
Country Poland
Deadline 27.07.2023
Amount 20 / $ 12000


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Adres siedziby: Aleja Solidarności 68/121, 00-240 Warszawa, Polska
Konto bankowe: 46 1020 5561 0000 3902 3081 7943
IBAN - PL46 1020 5561 0000 3902 3081 7943

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Animal Aid for Shelters in Poland

Provided assistance to: Na Paluchu shelter in Warsaw, KTOZ Shelter for Homeless Animals in Krakow (KTOZ Schronisko dla Bezdomnych Zwierząt w Krakowie), Animal Guard in Poland (Straż dla Zwierząt w Polsce) shelter

The importance of aiding homeless animals cannot be overstated. These helpless creatures require our care and support to overcome the difficulties they face in their lives on the streets.

When we provide assistance to homeless animals, we show compassion and respect for their right to life. We recognize that they deserve care and love, and as a society, we cannot simply leave them without help.

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Why help homeless animals?

Reduction of suffering: Homeless animals and animals in shelters often experience hunger, illness, injuries, and the negative impacts of their surroundings. Assistance in the form of food, medical care, and shelter helps improve their living conditions and reduce their suffering.

Combating overpopulation: Homeless animals, especially unattended cats and dogs, can reproduce rapidly, leading to overpopulation and issues related to public health. By providing assistance and offering sterilization/neutering services, it is possible to control the population of stray animals and prevent uncontrolled breeding.

Enhancing public safety: Uncontrolled homeless animals can pose a threat to public safety, such as aggressive behavior or the transmission of infections. Assistance and intervention help improve safety and reduce risks for humans and other animals.

Socialization and improved quality of life: Animals that end up in shelters often require socialization and training to become suitable for adoption and living in a home environment. Assistance in training and socialization increases their chances of successful adaptation and a happy life in new families.

Setting an example of empathy and compassion: By providing assistance to homeless animals, we express empathy and compassion towards those in a more vulnerable situation. This helps create a culture of caring for animals and promotes the development of a more humane attitude towards them in society.


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