Animal shelters are continuously overloaded with stray/abandoned cats and dogs and most cat rescue work usually rely on a few small local animal welfare associations (NGO) and private rescuers who do their best to help these animals in need with their own resources which are often not enough.
Due to global economical crisis, forever homes – and even foster homes – are becoming extremely hard to find while the number of abandoned animals increases dramatically every year worldwide. Re-homing rescue animals is never an easy task.
Considering these facts, and regardless of the housing problem we’ll be facing shortly, we strongly believe that our voluntary work supported by private donations can make of our non-profit cat shelter a life-changing initiative that will help control the increasing number of our local community semi-feral and stray/abandoned cats.
In order to make sure we can keep providing proper housing to the rescues we already have in foster care, we are now urged to rent a suitable property to take them all in under one roof. We’re reaching out to the world to help us help THEM. Your kindness and generosity can help us achieve our mission.
Our new cat shelter is now a reality! After a tough year of hard work, great effort and lots of sacrifices, we finally made it!
Here you can see how our cat shelter project has evolved since we started out in 2014.