Fall 2018: we have the opportunity to prevent a planned killing of stray dogs and cats in Romania, where we carry out a neutering program.
The local authorities have agreed to refrain from a "clean-up action" in the event of execution. We plan to castrate between 50 and 80 animals with a medical team.
Furthermore, there are many animals that suffer from tumors and other life-saving operations, which were requested by the population for their dogs and cats.
Romania is one of the poorest countries in the EU and people just do not have the money for the most needed interventions, but are ready to take their animals to the doctor and work with us.
Please help us save lives, we are happy and over every Euro!
Update February 2020
During our last visit to the public shelter we were allowed to donate a few kilos of chicken as it was especially needed for mothers with children or weak dogs. As you can imagine, it was torn from our hands with ravenous appetite!
Update January 2020
The students of the Vetmed Uni Vienna, who participated in our castration action October 19 in Romania, give us their press report.
Dear Vetmed Uni -Team, we from Animal Eden would like to thank you again for the great cooperation!
We are already looking forward to the next time!
Update December 2019
In September we were finally able to implement our castration project in Romania. With an accompanying letter from the University Clinic of Vienna and its top specialists, Steffen Baraniak, a professional photographer who documented our project, and the local animal protectionists, we were allowed to operate on 73 dogs and cats under the highest surgical standards.
We did not expect the enormous enthusiasm of the population. We were allowed to treat wounds, give castration vouchers for pregnant animals and even the otherwise shy gypsy tribes asked us to help their animals.
Due to the huge success and hopefully with your help we will continue this project in Romania in 2020.
Photos: G2 Baraniak and Animal Eden e.V.
Update September 2019
During our last trip we were able to operate on 73 dogs and cats. We will keep you up to date.
Thanks to all who have donated so far!