Social project. Its goal — propaganda of humane treatment of unsheltered animals
«Every happy man should have someone with a little hammer at his door to knock and remind him that there are unhappy people, and that, however happy he may be, life will sooner or later show its claws, and some misfortune will befall him — illness, poverty, loss, and then no one will see or hear him, just as he now neither sees nor hears others…»
A. Chekhov, «Gooseberry», 1898
We see a homeless animal on the street — we don’t think about what it feels. We pass by quickly, not raising our glance to their pain. We hurry, not willing to bother thinking about other creatures' problems.
Stop. Look into their eyes.
Warm them, feed them and give them a home.
Give them a home — they’ll thank you by giving you all their heart’s warmth and love.
In the World there are around 36 million unsheltered animals. Cats and dogs, lost or marooned by their owners. Many of them were born and spent all their lifes on the street.
There are only few volunteers in animal shelters — many times few, than animals in animal shelters. Thousands of dogs and cats wait for their past or future owners day by day. Most of them don’t have anyone to care for them and thus have no chance to find a home. They are condemned to live behind their small cages‘ bars until their dying breath. We can help — become a volunteer.
The reward for your physically and psychically hard voluntary service is happiness. Happiness seeing the thankful eyes of those animals whom you gave a new life.
Being a vounteer means being responsible for an animal’s life. For his health and his future. Open the seach bar, find the animal shelter closest to your location and help. Help the animals to find a home.
If you can’t come and help at an animal shelter or you don’t have experience in dealing with homeless animals or the will to get some of this experience — please help by taking pictures and videos of such animals and by spreading them and re-posting this campaign.
Help workers at animals shelters dealing with their hard business. They will be graceful for any help they will get. Animal food, medication, warm clothing... Or even taking homeless animals out for a walk at least once in a while.
«He is very imprudent, a dog; he never makes it his business to inquire whether you are in the right or the wrong, never asks whether you are rich or poor, silly or wise, sinner or saint. You are his pal. That is enough for him.»
— Jerome K. Jerome (1859-1927)
You don’t need much money to help. Feeding a homeless animal wont take more than 1 € (or 1 $) a day. If you want to do that — please do this regularly. Giving at least 1 € (or 1 $) each month will save a life.
Every day animals need food, litter, medication. Animal shelters will be very graceful if you donate them something of that.
Find an animal shelter in your town and help right now. If you transfer money, please add the hashtag #WeFeel so we know this project works.
1 € (or 1 $) — today it’s a cup of coffee. One cup of coffee — one life. It’s your choice.
Visit an animal shelter and look at those hundreds of cats and dogs noone wants and noone needs. They live and die on rough and cold cement ground, behind bars and fences, in cellars and on dumps without any touch with people. They don’t see sun and don’t breathe fresh air. They can’t even take in food because of all the stress they have survived. They suffer...
The irresponsibility of those, who don’t control their animals‘ breeding, has led to the birth of millions of living creatures whom society is not able to give homes. Are you willing to take into life future habitants of animal shelters, cellars and streets?
Every day we close our eyes passing by homeless animals. Maybe it’s enough? Let’s stop closing our eyes in shame. Animals are not object. They feel. Let’s learn feeling too.
A tiny bag of food in the purse, regular donations, voluntary service will help saving more than one homeless animal’s life.
Tell about this project. Spread the word. Repost. Mail. Share in communities. Print posters. Spread them up town.
“We feel...” — don’t let these words be empty sounds.