Together, we can help build dog and cat houses to protect homeless pets in Serbia.
In Pancevo, Serbia, more than 2000 dogs and over 3500 cats live on the streets, trying to fend for themselves. But there are no humane laws or funding in Serbia to protect homeless pets. Attempts to periodically clear streets of abandoned pets are most often trap-and-kill, or "sheltering" animals in very poor conditions.
GreaterGood.org has partnered with the Society for the Protection of Animals to help these abandoned cats and dogs. They work to organize feeding stations around the city, and build sturdy wooden houses to protect street animals.
The Society for the Protection of Animals works to spay or neuter these homeless cats and dogs to help reduce overpopulation. All animals in the program are microchipped, and the city of Pancevo is then their legal owner and guarantor of their safety and well-being.
You can help! As little as $15 ensures a street animal in Serbia will receive desperately needed care!
The mission of the Society for the Protection of Animals "Ljubimci" is to create animal-friendly environments within responsible societies that understand the importance of animal protection and welfare.
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