ANIMAL WELFARE NETWORK MAP
For an individual needing help and advice, whether it is to rescue a street dog, report a case of animal cruelty or finding out how to bring a rescued animal across European borders. In these situations the panic and emotional impact can be devastating, even though the help is out there an individual (especially when visiting a foreign country) just will not know where to turn, what the procedures are, what they are or not allowed to do etc. We know how you feel, we have been there ourselves at one point or another. So we have devised the easy to use map below.
Just click on the area below that you need to contact a group in, and you will be forwarded directly to contact information of a group/organisation/contact that can help you. If they cant, you can bet they will know someone who can....
This map is very new to this site, so if a contact is not available in an area you need, please don't panic. Contact us instead and we will do everything we possibly can to find someone who can help you.
Abuse and Cruelty continues under the premise that no one is watching, no one is listening and no one is going to do, or can do anything about it.
To ensure that these abusers are seen, are being heard and most certainly actively something is done about it.
Exposing and sharing information with the global Animal welfare network
Actively petitioning persons in authority who can implement new laws, investigate and prosecute abusers.
Building strong connections with the Animal Welfare network to ensure abusers do not slip under or through the net.
Encouraging and supporting individuals to bring about positive change themselves by providing basic information such as links, template based letters and suggestions on building awareness to their cause.