Recognizing the connections between animal protection and the SDGs can help advocates maximize impact, win government support, and collaborate with other stakeholders.
Browsing: Stray & Feral Animals
Greek organization PFPO has been working hard to reduce the impact of the quarantine on animals, including providing food for stray cats and dogs.
This is why “Adopt, Don’t Shop” is so important. Commercial dog breeders and puppy mills treat dogs as things or units of production and profit is their first priority.
Automobile traffic can be a huge threat to wildlife. In an interview, we learn what one state is doing to reduce the number of animals killed by vehicles.
Christie Smith offers her advice and looks back on 35 years of helping companion animals via a local organization devoted to sheltering and adoptions.
Jaanaan was found by Vafa Animal Shelter in Iran close to death with a shoelace embedded in her neck. Thanks to the hard work of many people, now she has a loving forever home in Canada.
Animals may suffer during this trying time too, especially if their humans get sick and can no longer care for them. Here are some resources to help.
In North America, Australia and New Zealand, suspicion and outright hostility continue to plague the debate over what to do about outdoor stray and feral cats.
Occasionally, a shelter volunteer will have an experience that leads them into a whole different direction of supporting animals in need. Such is the case with Julia Grosz from Centreville, Virginia.
80% of the pigeons, who are unable to fend for themselves in the wild, disappeared during the entire season.
What if more organizations aimed to address the interconnected well-being of animals, humans, and the environment?
Companion animals give us unconditional love, but they can’t tell us when they get too cold. A little care and caution will go a long way toward keeping all our family members healthy this winter.