The Reason Is
We can change the
world one animal at a time,
with your help.
Go to: Shelters
This website was created to support the daily work of multiple animal welfare activists in Europe. These activists feed desperate street animals, including dogs and cats. They care for the sick and injured, arranging rescue and adoptions where possible. These animals face indifference, rejection, hate, starvation, abuse, car hit and runs, poisoning, shootings, diseases such as parvovirus, distemper and freezing winters. We need your help as abuse and killings are increasing.
The truth of the matter is that the horrors must be publicized. Without outside intervention, publication, and money to support groups and individuals trying to get these useless laws either changed or actually working as they are supposed to, nothing will change. Animals will be beaten to death, starved, poisoned and much more. That is what happens in government shelters in some of these European shelters, not to mention what happens on the streets! At least on the streets they stand a chance of finding food or they can run away from an abuser but in a prison - and that is what these government shelters are: prisons and death camps -they have no chance; it is just a waiting game until a cruel death finds them.
When you can, please HELP by signing petitions, making a donation, adopting and rescuing. Whenever animal rights activists publish horrifying photos from shelters in Eastern Europe, people get shocked and say that it is a living hell. Well, guess what, they are right! Most shelters in this part of the world, with the exception of those ran by caring rescuers, is a real living hell on Earth hard to imagine for people living in civilized countries.
Thanks to everyone willing to support us!
The Links are below - Please visit, select a group or person to help and get the world changed.
We animal activicts/animal lovers sometimes feel that the world is caving in on us. Because we can't seem to change it,
like we feel it should change....but we do..... ONE DOG AT A TIME.
The Reason -
Written by a dog who was rescued!
In Memory of Lisa Myer: For The Animals http://www.thelazypitbull.com/2013/08/in-memory-of-lisa-myer-for-the-animals/
Posted by Christina Berry | Tuesday, August 6th, 2013 | Making A Difference, Rainbow Bridge