Animal Guard stood on June 24, 2012. Founded by Anton Sri Hendarianto, Guntur Romli, Cyrill Judge Raoul, Fanny Wiriaatmadja, Davina, Dhini Damayanti, and Caesara Paramita. They are a handful of people who have the awareness that we are not able to help more animals when everyone moves individually and sporadically. There must be a place that can help coordinate the rescue of animals.
From here, they are pet lovers together to help animals in the Animal Guard vessel. Guard movement is the focus of Animal rescue domestic animals, especially dogs and cats. GS other members indeed believe that animals have a right to live. "Animal rights have!". In accordance with the Law No18 / 2009 on the Animal Welfare: Animal Rights, namely the basic rights of animals to live in dignity / free of human intervention.
In the presence of the Animal Guard, they expect domestic animals can get 5F, ie freedom from hunger and thirst, or free from hunger and thirst; freedom from discomfort or freedom from discomfort; freedom from pain, injury, and disease or be free of injury, illness, and pain; freedom from fear and distress or free from fear and suffering; and freedom to express normal behavior or freely express normal behavior and natural.
So far, the routine activities of the Animal Guard is streetfeeding stray animal and social services (social service) sterile street cats. Typically, for streetfeeding GS use the proceeds from the non-members, volunteers, and donations from the community (ga have to wait for government assistance). For sterile cat, apart from donations, communities in Jakarta and Bandung in cooperation with several veterinarians holding sterile baksos subsidized.
"We are a community of animal rescuers were displaced. The number of abandoned animals and mistreatment get moving us to save them," said Caesar Paramita Aprilia, secretary of the Animal Guard when met at the Happy Pet Ghiboo Sunday in Kemang, some time ago.
Various other activities are often held Garda animals, such as feeding the animals in the street (street feeding) and education to school children about the animal.