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Our actions for animal welfare

Voluntarios Itinerantes at Animals Sense Sostre
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Our actions for animal welfare

Voluntarios Itinerantes at Animals Sense Sostre

 

 

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A beautiful, long-lasting relationship

We’ve been working with Animals Sense Sostre for over three years

Acciones Voluntarios Itinerantes Protectora Animal Animals Sense Sostre

Shelter needs

Animals Sense Sostre (Homeless Animals) is a shelter located in Vallirana with a population of roughly 150 dogs. Although the shelter staff gives their all every day, they always need help to do the extra work that really changes the lives of the animals living at the shelter. This includes disinfecting areas, organizing spaces, walking the dogs, socializing, and giving extra care to dogs with special needs, etc.

A beautiful relationship

We’ve been collaborating with Animals Sense Sostre on a regular basis for over 3 years. Our relationship began because the dogs rescued by Voluntarios Itinerantes from Odena were kept at a residence where the shelter is located. What started as occasional help to walk a dog or clean a specific area, evolved into a symbiotic relationship between the two associations. We can say that Voluntarios Itinerantes would not be the same without Animals Sense Sostre and vice versa. This shelter gives us a space where we can train new volunteers, as the majority of newcomers start their volunteer journey at this shelter. We work together to continue growing and improving the lives of animals.

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Acciones Animals Sense Sostre Refugio animal Voluntarios Itinerantes

Ho do we invest your contributions?

Voluntarios Itinerantes has contributed over 5,000 volunteer hours per year at Animals Sense Sostre. We train new volunteers at the shelter. We have also held fundraisers for specific projects. In 2020, we purchased €950.89 worth of materials and €2,848.98 worth of dog and cat food.

A few more photos…

Have a look at the photos by photographer and volunteer Ruth Zapater.

Agradecemos a Terranea su colaboración estos años.