It is estimated that there is over 70 million dogs living on the streets of Africa. This includes stray puppies and dogs that have been kicked out of a home as they was not a security feature for the owners shack. Many people get a dog to help fight crime but living in poverty are unable to look after them. Working with local agencies and non profits we aim to provide emergency care, rescue and adoption along with managing the number of stray animals on the streets.
Too Many Dogs with out a Home! It is not their fault but we still see more and more people breeding dogs and making them homeless when they can't afford them or they don't do what they want. It is a full time job rescuing these animals providing emergency care and re-homing them but we can't do this without the support of our donors and supporters
This project will work to fund emergency management, re-home rescued puppies and work on an outreach program to help sterilisation of all dogs that are on the streets or poorly cared for in a response to help decrease the amount of puppies being born on the streets.
Tackling the number of the dogs on the streets will help eliminate this issue long term