The animal welfare group Herzensmenschen is mainly committed to street dogs in Romania, but also helps at home from time to time.
The Romanian population has no financial means and sometimes no interest in having their dogs neutered, dogs are abandoned and this creates a vicious circle. On Romania’s streets you can see dogs everywhere, lots of puppies, lots of cats too. Dog catchers catch the dogs and bring them to public animal shelters, where living conditions are poor and dangerous for animal welfare.
The animal welfare group Herzensmenschen works with animal rights activists on site, in Romania, who take in and care for dogs or neglected cats from the street or from public animal shelters.
With the donations they organize castration campaigns, support animal rights activists in Romania, pay for vaccinations, help financially with the expansion of private animal shelters, buy building material for dog houses for street dogs, order food for the animals in Romania, pay veterinary bills for sick dogs and cats and much more.
An important element of their work is of course the adoption of dogs and cats.