Animal suffering can occur anywhere in the world, and while FOUR PAWS has focus countries in Eastern Europe (Romania, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Moldova) and Southeast Asia (Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Indonesia, India), where our aim is to implement sustainable and humane dog/cat population management programmes, we also support communities who need urgent help in dealing with their stray animal population. This assistance is given through short-term projects and enables us to bring a positive impact to other countries.
“Our work with stray animals in countries facing difficult challenges has brought renewed hope and optimism to communities that may have felt overwhelmed. By providing care and attention to these animals, we are making a meaningful difference in the lives of those who might otherwise be overlooked, and helping to foster a brighter future for both animals and humans alike. We are grateful for the opportunity to help in these situations and inspire positive change in the world.”
Julie Sanders, Director Companion Animals Department at FOUR PAWS