Slowing down the animal misery: The SUST tackles it sustainably
Hundreds of thousands of street dogs and cats fight for survival in many countries, countless of them are captured and many of them vegetate under terrible conditions, while new unwanted kittens are born all the time. The suffering of unwanted dogs and cats is infinite in many countries.
Castrations are the only way to reduce the overpopulation of street animals in a long-term and animal-friendly way. Thousands of dogs, cats and other animals have already been successfully operated in various countries by the Susy Utzinger Animal Welfare Foundation. As a result of this measure, countless unwanted animals were not even born in the first place. Such actions have a future: No more emaciated animal mothers on the streets, no more famine and no more sexually transmitted diseases, where the animals perish miserably.
If the number of street animals is reduced, the unwanted, "disturbing" animals will no longer be tortured: No more poisoning actions, no more animals beaten to death, no more shooting actions. In this way the animal misery is slowed down, slowly but steadily and sustainably.