Most animals come to us in precarious health conditions; undernourished, fearful and weak. We find and keep animals who are abandoned by their owners, abused and rejected by people who watch in disgust yet do not actively intervene or help. Local government provides no funding or support. $7000 will meet the goal of feeding 120 rescued animals for around one year. Cats, dogs, donkeys and turtles; unconditional love givers and with very touching stories, will all take benefit of this aid.
What is the issue, problem, or challenge?
The 120 animals in our care now eat once a day, a total of 20 kilograms of food, and sometimes when we struggle to collect the resources needed to pay for it, we are forced to reduce the portions. On a bad day, this lack of food and little portions are the cause of fights between them. Please help these 120 animals so they have a full belly every single day of the year.
How will this project solve this problem?
We have realized that the look of an abandoned animal when you give them food or water, it is just enough to make your day. This project will ensure the supply of 120 animals for 1 year, so that we can successfully employ our resources in many more educational, rescue and spay/neuter campaigns. These activities will definitely allow us to save more animals.
Potential Long Term Impact
With your valuable help, we will see a 120 animals, that were once neglected and mistreated, grow up happily and healthy. This way, we will be able to find new caring adoptive families who will give them a second chance to be loved. An adopted animal allows another animal that is sick and abused to be welcomed and healed, to then start a new life away from cruelty. Everyone deserves to have a fresh new start. Each one of them, specially. Please, help us give them a new chance today.
Total Funding Received to Date: $7,414
This project is now in implementation and no longer available for funding. Received funds will be used to accomplish concrete objectives as indicated in the project's "Activities" section. Updates will be posted under the "Project Report" tab as they become available.
Donors' contributions and pledges to this project totaled $7,414 . The original project funding goal was $7,000.