The private shelter “Moi Khvostiki” is located in the village of Vasyurinskaya, Krasnodar Region. The shelter was founded in 2007. It currently hosts 83 pets: 45 dogs and 38 cats. All the pets are different: different ages, sizes, breeds and different fates. Some of the shelter’s pets are disabled. These pets need life-long care to be provided by the shelter. Other pets are still hoping to find a new home.
Animal Shelter “Mežavairogi” has been opened in 2009. Every year, they take more than 2,000 animals from all over the Latvia. It is one of the very few shelters in the country that houses both wild and domestic animals. Besides more than 100 dogs and 80 cats, the “Mežavairogi” shelters pets: horses, goats, cows, rabbits, various domestic birds; wild birds such as owls, buzzards and wild animals: raccoon dogs, raccoons,
“Pesaleidja” was created in spring 2009 as a non-profit organization in Estonia with the aim of helping homeless and mistreated animals. It is the biggest animal shelter run by volunteers fostering over 300 cats and dogs in the shelter and foster homes. “Pesaleidja’s” goal is to help homeless and mistreated animals, offering them a temporary home with support and care. The amazing cat room, seen in the live stream, was
The animal shelter was founded by a businessman Tamaz Elizbarashvili in September of 2004. During all of these years, this dog sanctuary, in particular, has had one of the most turbulent, exciting and unbelievable histories that an animal shelter could have. The shelter has faced difficult periods during its history. Even though the shelter has been working for the greater good, its activities were often opposed by people and the