“Nuaras” team work with the goal to provide a place for any animal that is homeless, injured or lost, with the best conditions possible at their disposal, until they are able to find a new loving home with responsible owners or are able to go back to their old one. “Nuaras” team mainly works with dogs and cats but also provide care or veterinary treatment for wild animals and birds with cooperation together with the Animal welfare association. They are responsible for the management of the stray cat population in the cities through sterilization. “Nuaras” have shelters in three Lithuanian cities: Kaunas, Klaipėda and Alytus. All the dogs and cats of these shelters are vaccinated and a majority are sterilized. “Nuaras” shelters have some of the best specialists available with a wealth of knowledge in between them for the treatment and care of the animals.
The shelter “Nuaras” in Klaipeda called “Vakarų Lietuvos gyvūnų globos namai” (West Lithuanian Animal Shelter) opened in 2011. During a period of 2014 and 2015, this shelter found a new home for 674 homeless animals and reunited 94 animals with their families. Currently “Nuaras” shelters about 400 homeless animals across all the shelters. You are always welcome to volunteer or looking up for a new family member or simply to come and spend one hour with the shelter’s beloved cats and dogs, as they cherish the affection and attention provided by shelter’s visitors.