The project will help 35 injured homeless dogs in Pernik which have been hurt by car accidents or domestic violence. Animals need scanner, blood tests and surgery to solve their problem and ensure independent life and a second chance to find a new and caring family. Thus we show humane attitude and remove from streets and playgrounds the heartbreaking view of cripple animals scaring everyone. The improved healthy status of the dogs can give them a new life and owners to love and care about them.
In the city streets of Pernik there are often crippled dogs which cause pity in some citizens and disgust and violence in others. The hurt animals become again victims of road accidents or beaten by cruel people. the survivals live a poor life and often have anoff-spring and spread bugs, parasites and litter.
The only way to save these animals is to move them away from the street, heal them (often a surgery intervention is necessary), deworm, vaccinate and castrate. Then we look for a new home or a family to love and take care of them. Thus the animals are safe, children and elderly people are not upset, streets are cleaner and there is no opprtunity for hooligans to demonstrate their violence towards animals.
The population of Pernik is 76000 people. The long-term effect of the project would be cleaner and safer streets and playgrounds for these people, humane care of the crippled animals, restriction of the population of the homeless dogs, decrease in the number of road accidents with animals, decrease in violence towards animals in the streets. In particular 35 dogs will get surgery operation to become independent and be able to find a new home and be adopted.