Animal Cruelty Prevention Project

by Women's Action Against Climate Change Association
Animal Cruelty Prevention Project
Orienting children on proper animal care
Orienting children on proper animal care

Dear Friend,

Warm greetings and thank you very much for your generosity in supporting our initiative preventing the cruelty of animals. The Covid-19 pandemic has negatively impacted our work as restrictions of movement is in place. What we did during this reporting period is to try to educate local children on how to properly take good care of farm animals such as chicken and turkey. In so doing even if there is restrictions caused by the pandemic we are still able to make small progress. Thanks also to our local supporters who have provided us generous support for this initiative. We were able to orient a total of 15 children on proper care and management of animals in this manner. Hoping for your continuing support to this important initiative.

Very sincerely yours,

Michelle Frances

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Conducting visits
Conducting visits

Dear Friend,

Warm greetings and thank you very much for your kindness and generosity in supporting our project preventing the cruelty to animals especially to pets who, by one reason and another, is abandoned or no longer taken good care of the owners. This is the case for cats and dogs when they grow as adults they are left for granted and they roam around the vicinity with little care and grooming. This reporting period we visited 2 villages in order to inform and educate residents on the need to take good care of their animals and to provide for their food. We also brought with us some medicines especially for intestinal worms and treated a few animals in the process. Hoping for your continuing support to our initiative.

Very sincerely yours,

Michelle Frances Uy

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Education campaign
Education campaign

Dear Friend,

Warm greetings and thank you very much for supporting our project preventing the cruelty to animals especially pet dogs and cats, whom from the initial love when they are newly acquired, will turn to neglect later on when the pets grow big and are no longer lovable as when they are young. This reporting period we focus our attention to going to the interior barrios in order to educate local people about the need to care for their pets and farm animals. Most of local farmers in far-flung barrios seldom do this hence the need for regularly educating them. We are able to cover 3 barrios and 120 families in this aspect. We are doing the education campaign together with our other projects such as promoting water and sanitation and livelihood development for women. Hoping for your continuing generosity.

Very sincerely yours,

Michelle Frances

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Rescuing pets
Rescuing pets

Dear Friend,

Warm greetings and thank you very much for your generous support to our project preventing the cruelty of animals especially pets whose owners love when they are still young but eventually they got tired of the pets especially when they become older and difficult to raise. In poor households these animals compete for food that is otherwise provided to the members of the household and this causes problems with the pets at a serious disadvantage. This reporting period we continue to rescue pets that are no longer being taken cared of by their owners. If they are cared for, the caring is minimal and not on time. We assisted in the provision of food as well as medical care for 23 pets in 2 nearby barrios. In addition we also informed their owners of their responsibility for their pets.

Hoping for more support from you.

Very sincerely yours,

Cora

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Dear Friend,

Warm greetings and thank you very much for your continuing support to our project preventing the cruelty to animals espcially dogs and cats. The situation here is that after the initial excitement of residents, especially children in owning pets, they are sometimes abandoned and left to fend for themselves and they are often sick, covered with lice and are not provided with food on a regular basis. This reporting period, we contine to provide for them by purchasing food and medicines so that these animals can be treated and fed. We also inform the owners how the animals can be treated  using local resources like meat and rice that are excess in the household. We also informed the owners to build a small, decent housing for the animals. We were able to provide for 7 dogs in this manner during this time. Hoping for your continuing generosity to our initiative.

Very sincerely yours,

Michelle Frances

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Women's Action Against Climate Change Association

Location: Ormoc, Leyte - Philippines
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Project Leader:
Michelle Uy
Ormoc, Leyte Philippines
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