Latest posts

Can Dogs Eat Sesame Seeds?
Can Poney Eat Oranges


We’re thrilled to invite you to our upcoming event – the Walk for Animals! It’s going to be a fantastic day filled with furry friends and fun activities, all for a great cause.

On Saturday, June 10th, we’ll be gathering at the beautiful Central Park for our biggest fundraiser of the year. Whether you’re an animal lover or just looking for a fun way to spend the day, this event is perfect for you.

By joining us on this special day, you’ll be helping us reach our fundraising goal and give deserving animals a second chance at life. Every step you take will make a huge difference in their lives.

So what are you waiting for? Register now and start fundraising! Together, we can make a difference in the lives of these precious animals. Can’t wait to see you there!

SPA dispensaries, a crucial mission for destitute pet owners

The SPA has set up dispensaries in the major cities of United States to make pet health accessible to everyone. Combining animal protection and social missions, these structures are designed to help owners with limited financial means by offering veterinary care.

Fur breeding is an inhumane activity that is also a breeding ground for the spread of lethal viruses.


Every year, approximately 200 million animals are killed for their fur. It is time to end the unethical and life-threatening fur trade.


My name is Marie, and my love for animals led me to start an animal shelter several years ago. I have always been fascinated by their beauty, kindness, and loyalty. Growing up, my family always had dogs and cats in our home, and I knew from an early age that I wanted to spend my life helping animals.

After graduating from college, I started volunteering at a local animal shelter where I spent countless hours taking care of the animals, getting to know each one individually, and working with veterinarians and educators to help the sick and injured animals regain their health and find new loving homes.

As time passed, I realized that many animal shelters were overcrowded and lacked the resources needed to care for all the animals properly. Witnessing animals that were neglected or abused motivated me to take action to help these pets in need.

With that in mind, I decided to establish my own animal shelter by using my savings to buy a small property that could provide a home to animals in need. Starting with just a few dogs and cats, my shelter eventually expanded to include rabbits, birds, and even pigs.

Today, my animal shelter has become a safe haven for abandoned, abused, and neglected animals. I have worked tirelessly to provide them with everything they need, including food, water, veterinary care, and lots of love and attention.

Through the hard work of myself, volunteers, donors, and loving adoptive families, my animal shelter has become a thriving community. We have successfully found loving homes for hundreds of animals and raised awareness of animal abuse issues.

Creating my animal shelter has been one of the most important and rewarding decisions of my life. Every day, I am grateful to be able to help animals in need and to see the joy on their faces when they are adopted into loving families. I am immensely proud of my animal shelter and all that we have accomplished together.