Our commitment to sterilise 40 cats every single month has taken us to some interesting places! Last month, it was the small, mountainous village of Livohori, and this month it’s the orthodox church of Saint George in Hermoupolis.
We’re proud to be working on Syros for a third consecutive year, committing to sterilise 40 cats every single month – a number that is already making a real impact in the remote, mountainous village of Livohori in Syros.
GAWF has co-signed a letter written by Eurogroup for Animals supporting a request submitted to the European Pharmacopoeia Commission, asking to cancel the monograph “gonadotropin, equine serum, for veterinary use” from the European Pharmacopoeia.
I didn’t have a name until I was three years old. I lived in backstreets of the main town in Syros. It was a bit rough as an area and I had to learn to take care of myself…
Our Equine Project team have returned to the suburbs of Chania, North-Western Crete, to treat the mules of the island’s Forestry Service. While only the pandemic can decide whether the park will reopen this year, these mules still deserve the very best veterinary attention…which is where our team come in!
How many of us have been on holiday, only to be faced with countless sick and hungry strays? Whether on the beaches of Thailand; the streets of Turkey; or loitering hopefully outside a Greek restaurant, it begs the question…what can we, as tourists, do to help?
With so many innovative, hassle-free ways to support the charities you care about, it’s never been easier to find one that suits you. Today we’re talking about ‘Give As You Live’ – it’s free, it’s easy and it’s already raised over £13 million for charity!
We’re delighted to be supporting Agia Marina Donkey Rescue with regular farriery and dental treatments, keeping all their inhabitants happy and healthy.
When we think of mistreatment or neglect, we often think of emaciated, undernourished animals. But you might be surprised to hear that overweight horses, donkeys and mules is just as much of a problem.
I don’t remember how I arrived here, but it was about three years ago and I was very scared. As a tiny kitten – somehow, I lost my mother and followed the food.