Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan

by Peace Winds Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan
Stop The Killing of Dogs & Cats in Japan

Project Report | Feb 13, 2024
Rescued Dogs from Collapsed Multi-Pet Ownership: Emaciated and Protected

By Peace Wanko Project | Project Organizer

Here are the rescued dogs, saved from the collapse of multi-pet ownership, their bony frames protected but pleading for care. Peace Wanko has been pulling these dogs from animal welfare centers, where they were labeled for euthanasia. While most are strays, some are victims of collapsed multi-pet ownership or abandoned by their owners.

Multi-pet ownership collapse refers to the situation where owners, by indiscriminate breeding, end up with more animals than they can care for. In many cases, these dogs live in deplorable conditions, deprived of adequate food, walks, and basic care. These dogs, too, were emaciated, their bones protruding from their skin.

Each of these dogs is skin and bones, their ribs visible from afar. When we visit the animal welfare center, some dogs approach us with affection, almost asking to be petted, while others cower in fear or aggression due to past traumas. However, the dogs rescued from collapsed multi-pet ownership just observe, their eyes silently pleading.

Among the rescued dogs, some are so traumatized that they bare their teeth and attempt to attack when people approach. But we believe that with affectionate care, even these dogs will one day open their hearts.

With your support, we continue to rescue dogs every day. The issues of collapsed multi-pet ownership and abandonment can be changed through human awareness. "Zero euthanasia" is not just a slogan; it is an achievable future.

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Oct 13, 2023
The growling dog isolated as 'Dangerous' at the Animal Welfare Center

By Peace Wanko Project | Project Organizer

Jun 15, 2023
Meet Tash, a Shiba Inu with multiple ailments who was abandoned by his owner

By Peace Wanko Project | Project Organizer

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Peace Winds Japan

Location: Jinsekikogen-cho, Hiroshima Prefecture - Japan
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Project Leader:
Hiroshi Kunita
Jinsekikogen-cho , Hiroshima Prefecture Japan
$17,024 raised of $50,000 goal
 
214 donations
$32,976 to go
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