How You can help us?

Financial support

One of the most effective ways to help is to provide financial support. Your donations are fully spent on keeping and caring for dogs and cats, including providing treatment for sick animals.

Organize fundraising event

Maybe you have an idea of a fund raising event? This could be anything from a dinner, lunch or dance event, etc. or just having a collection tin in your establishment. Contact us if you’d like to organize one!

Animal goods/product support

Take part in solving the problems of homeless animals by helping our Center with goods, materials, products for animals, all things for the care and treatment, and of course animal food.

We are always happy to get:

  • Dry cats/dogs food.
  • Special dry puppy food.
  • Wet pate tins to give medication.
  • Dog and cat beds, etc. (Please no quilts, as the animals break them and may eat the filling)
  • Scratch poles for the cats
  • Animal transport crates
  • Blankets and towels
  • Left over and still in date medicines for animals and hygiene products (gauzes, bandages, cotton wool, litter tray liners, iodine, etc)
  • Disinfectants and cleaning solutions, i.e. bleach, amonia, etc.
  • Rubbish bags

Such donations for our cats and dogs will extremely help us!

Become a volunteer

The more hands we have to help, the more help we can offer stray and wild animals. Our primary work takes place in Rezina and the surrounding area. You don’t need to have much experience with animals as long as you have big heart.

Are you interested in becoming a volunteer? Send us your application!

Volunteer Minimum Requirements:


Be able to commit to a certain time period of volunteering. Some in-shelter opportunities require a minimum of one regularly scheduled, recurring shift every week or every other week. Let us know your availability in advance.


Be at least 16 years of age. If you are younger than 16, there are other ways to get involved.


Communicate professionally, as human interaction is a requirement of many volunteer roles.

Every little help

There is no such thing as too little help! Any help, no matter how small, is most welcome.


Read and comprehend detailed policy and protocol information as well as being able to remember and follow shelter rules.

For more information on volunteering – contact us! You will be so much help!

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