Animal Life advocates for spaying and neutering as being the only solutions for preventing abandonment and cruelty to which unwanted pets fall victims to. Despite the fact that the current legislation asks for mandatory spaying or neutering, these interventions are nearly impossible for people with small incomes or old-age pensions, both because of the costs, as well as the logistics required. Especially in rural areas or at city limits, puppies and kittens, or even pregnant females are being abandoned in woods, parks, border areas of towns and villages. The only way of changing these way of acting, which is so deeply rooted in our country, is through spaying and neutering pets.
Our objective for this year is the spaying and neutering of a number of 300 animals (cats and dogs).