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Animal Shelter Support

How shelter animals are helped

During the time animals have to spend in an animal shelter, they are entitled to appropriate accommodation (if possible), veterinary care and professional care. Simple wishes, the fulfilment of which is often complex and expensive.
 
The reorganization work of the SUST supports many different animal shelters and animal welfare projects at home and abroad and contributes to the fulfilment of these factors. In this way, serious and independent animal welfare organisations can grow out of needy associations, which in the future can help countless animals to a species-appropriate accommodation and a new, good home. In order to optimize an animal shelter and to bring it on the way of the professional animal assistance, usually years of cooperation and company are necessary.
 
This support can have many different faces: sometimes the experts of the Susy Utzinger Animal Welfare Foundation organise a complete rebuilding of an animal shelter, they provide first aid for animals, train experts and carry out castration and aid campaigns.

In dialogue with the animal welfare activists concerned, the restructuring of animal shelters, advice on setting up and managing animal welfare projects and the further training of experts are addressed.
 
The area of the pillar "shelter support" includes
 
- Carrying out of work days in Swiss animal shelters
- Implementation of weeks in foreign animal shelters
- structural change/supplementation of animal shelter facilities
- Reorganization of animal shelter processes
- Coordination and financing of craftsmen's and construction work
- Supply of animal feed
- Delivery of animal shelter equipment (each year 80 - 100 tons of animal utensils leave the SUST warehouse)
- Supply of building materials
- Financing of feed and other material
- Provision of emergency and direct help
- Management of the SUST-material collection action
 
In many cases, SUST provides direct aid without any third party ever knowing about it. Emergency scenarios and plans are set up in no time at all, experts are dispatched and assistance operations are carried out - in emergencies, the organisation provides fast, unbureaucratic and discreet help. When shelters need help, the Susy Utzinger Animal Welfare Foundation is there for them.
 
The activities of the Susy Utzinger Animal Welfare Foundation are financed exclusively by donations and legacies (no public support).
 
With your donation you help to help shelter animals!

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Your donations are well being received: Refuge and veterinary care for street animals in Galati, Romania

Animal Orphans Hospital of the Susy Utzinger Animal Welfare Foundation in Galati, Romania

An estimated 10,000 - 12,000 dogs and countless cats live on the streets of the huge Romanian industrial city of Galati. Every day, many of them are abandoned, injured, injured and/or sick - most of them die miserably without help. Nobody cares about these animals.

In the animal shelter Help Labus the Susy Utzinger Animal Welfare Foundation has built a new animal shelter and a clinic: Street animals find refuge and help in this animal orphanage! Accident victims, injured and sick animals are cared for by veterinarians. In addition, castrations for dogs and cats are continuously carried out. The Susy Utzinger Animal Welfare Foundation finances the Orphan Animal Hospital and pays for the costs of the veterinarian, medicines, operations, therapies and care.

If the animals can return to their hunting grounds after their recovery, this will happen - but many of the stranded accident victims will also find shelter in the new animal shelter building of the Susy Utzinger Foundation for Animal Welfare "Help Labus" and will be placed in good places.

--> Here you can support the Orphan Animal Hospital: https://www.susyutzinger.ch/en/Donate

Country:
  • Romania
5 Pillars:
  • Emergency Aid
  • Animal Shelter Support
  • Neutering Campaigns
Your donations are well being received: Refuge and veterinary care for street animals in Galati, Romania
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