Animal Cruelty Prevention Project

by Women's Action Against Climate Change Association
Animal Cruelty Prevention Project


This project will rescue and treat 300 dogs and cats that are astray and no longer taken cared of by their owners in order for the animals to feel the warmth and love of human companionship. Our rescue effort will include provision of food, medicines and shelter for the animals. We will also conduct information campaigns among pet owners about their responsibility and impart knowledge on nutrition, health and general care of their pets.

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The problem with pets such as dogs and cats here is that they are forgotten after a while and they are left to roam the neighborhood scavenging for food. Most of these strays are sick and infested with worms and lice. There is a need to take good care of them and save them from these difficult situation.


We will provide food, medicines and general care for stray dogs and cats. We will also launch education campaigns among pet owners on how to take good care of their pets. Aside from the campaigns, we will coordinate with proper authorities on how to secure the animals so that they will not pose a danger to the neighborhood.

Long-Term Impact

Happy, contented and secure dogs and cats will result to beautiful and safe communities, with residents working together in order to solve a common problem mitigating and preventing the presence of hungry, sometimes rabid animals.


Organization Information

Women's Action Against Climate Change Association

Location: Ormoc, Leyte - Philippines
Project Leader:
Michelle Uy
Ormoc , Leyte Philippines
$5,905 raised of $15,000 goal
136 donations
$9,095 to go
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