The Animal Clinic Rhenus will also be presenting itself and its work on the SUST animal welfare market:
"The castration of cats is the most important animal protection measure to prevent excessive reproduction. At the animal welfare market, we will be demonstrating the castration of feral cats together with the small animal practice ACR AG in Winterthur, from the trapping and examination to the actual castration. The visitors may then try to close the "operation suture" on an artificial skin".
The work of the Rhenus animal clinic:
"We at the Rhenus Animal Clinic feel committed to the patients and do our best to increase their well-being, relieve their pain and cure their diseases. Pleasure with animals, many years of experience and our specialists guarantee our patients the best possible care. We consider and treat holistically and are your competent partner in classical and complementary veterinary medicine.
We feel ethically committed to the animals. They should be allowed to lead a healthy and species-appropriate life, which is why we also set limits to what is medically feasible today. In addition to our daily curative work in the clinic, we are actively involved in animal protection. We care for homeless cats in the region and are active in Southern Europe and North Africa. As a team member of the Susy Utzinger Animal Welfare Foundation, Dr. Markus Trächsel has been involved in setting up the "Bluemoon-Animalcenter" animal shelter in Egypt since 2004 and trains the veterinarians of the Orphan Animal Hospital in annual assignments".