How we save street animals' lives
Every day we save animals with fractures, wounds, mange, viral diseases, cancer, and much more. We vaccinate against rabies and other illnesses, conduct spay and neuter and educate the community about helping animals.Learn more about what we do
Visit or volunteer in our animal shelter
Volunteers are a life-sustaining force that enables us to give the best care to the most animals. We conduct 4 daily tours to share the stories of the animals we rescue, educate about the problems animals face and the different ways to help.
Currently, due to the lockdown we are not able to accept visitors, but normally we welcome visitors and volunteers 7 days a week. We look forward to seeing you here in the future!Plan your visit
So many ways to help
Become a proud member of our rescue team by making a donation, sponsoring an animal and more.
With your help we rescue thousands of animals each year from desperate situations.Learn about how to help
September 19, 2020
Tragedy struck this dreamy dog, and rescue saved her.
September 13, 2020
Tender-hearted donkey’s neck wounded ear-to-ear, now rescued and healed.
September 5, 2020
Healing a massive wound on a small street puppy.
August 29, 2020
Dog’s forearm degloved yet her tail wagged as rescuers arrived (graphic footage).