Our Urgent Wildfire Appeal has raised a truly lifechanging €25,000. We’ve started sending funds to those most in need, and want to share with you how your donations are saving lives in the aftermath of what were Greece’s worst wildfires to date.
I didn’t want to be a mum. At not even one year old, I was just a kitten myself, but you know how it is!
As the wildfires continue to blaze, the devastating effect they are having on the animals of Greece is becoming worse by the day. Companion animals, wildlife, farm animals… they are all in grave danger.
I was a tiny kitten and very sick, with bad eyes, a running nose and I couldn’t breathe. But I fell on my paws when I arrived here, even though I was sick for a long time. I had special food, a warm bed, but I was a bit lonely as I’d lost my cat mom and my siblings. No one here wanted to be my friend…but it all changed when I met Jenny…
Our Equine team last visited Spetses in 2009. Despite more than 10 years away, we were bowled over by the island’s warm welcome when we returned earlier this year to provide veterinary, dental and farriery treatment to 34 equines.
Our Equine Outreach team have been visiting the island of Hydra and treating its animals for over 10 years. But in 2020, we were forced to cancel the trip due to both a lack of funding and, of course, the outbreak of Covid-19.
On World Zoonoses Day, we’re calling for decision-makers around the world to recognise the link between pandemics and our treatment of animals. Sign the petition and help us prevent future pandemics.
Ending the month of June on a high, the European Commission yesterday committed to phase out cages in animal farming across the EU by 2027 – a move that marks a monumental change for millions of farm animals.
Whether it’s a CNR project, a rescue mission or an equine veterinary workshop, our outreach trips usually have one purpose, but there was a packed agenda when our team visited Paros earlier this month!
I’d heard there were places, not too far away, that were warm and safe, where humans were kind and you didn’t have to fight for food. But I was afraid to leave the place I knew…