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Help for animals of marginalised people

The SUST social work is aimed at animal owners in Switzerland who are affected by poverty: Many marginalised persons have an animal at their side as their only partner, but can hardly afford to support or even provide veterinary care for their four-legged friends. The SUST cooperates with alley works and animal food banks all over Switzerland and supports these animal owners on different levels:

Feed supplies: The SUST supplies animal feed to its partners for free distribution to pet owners affected by poverty.

Veterinary care: The SUST veterinary surgeons regularly visit various locations in Switzerland. During these missions, first aid is provided and animals are treated, vaccinated and dewormed.

Castrations: The SUST assumes the costs for dog and cat castrations with its partner veterinarians.

Material duties: The SUST supplies animal utensils to its partners in Switzerland so that this material can be distributed free of charge to marginalised pet owners.

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Help for animals from marginalized people

January 2021

Many marginalized people have an animal by their side as their only partner, but can hardly afford the upkeep or even veterinary care for their four-legged friend.

The Susy Utzinger Animal Welfare Foundation cooperates with street works, animal boards, social welfare offices and integration projects throughout Switzerland and supports these pet owners on various levels:

Food deliveries and donations: SUST delivers animal feed to its partners for free distribution to pet owners affected by poverty.
Veterinary care: SUST veterinarians are regularly at various locations in Switzerland. These missions provide first aid and treat, vaccinate, deworm animals.
Neutering: SUST covers the costs for dog and cat castrations at its partner veterinarians.

We can do all this only with your help. Please help us to help! www.susyutzinger.ch/en/Donate

Country:
  • Switzerland
5 Pillars:
  • Emergency Aid
Help for animals from marginalized people
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