WHO WE ARE::
we are Friends from Iraq there some of us in North Iraq and in Baghdad we decided to create a campaign to reduce the killing and torture of cats, dogs, and other animals that are left uninhabitable in the streets and in uninhabitable areas, and to provide an environment of a place to live and reproduce peacefully, and to feed them with good food, but we do not enable any equipment such as tools and a car to move around, search for animals, buy the place and all other needs. because we believe that helping animals in need is not only a responsibility of life but it is what gives life a meaning, and because we believe that a person's most useful asset is a heart full of love, we took a personal initiative to care dog and cats in shelter....................
The welfare of stray cats and dogs roaming Iraq's capital Baghdad is far from a priority for most residents after years of bloodshed and insecurity.
Homeless animals typically face cruelty or even extermination on the streets of the city, but now some pet lovers are looking to use social media to change attitudes and find loving owners for the four-legged friends.
Agricultural college student Assan Attallah, 22, has just helped get six dogs adopted after they were found in the impoverished Sadr City neighbourhood and is looking for homes for five more.
"Many people buy pets at very high prices so why not bring in these animals, take them to the vet and clean them up so people can adopt them?"
But trying to convince many locals to care about stray animals is a big challenge.
Some 10 years ago, the authorities resorted to gunning down thousands of stray dogs with automatic rifles after claiming they were overrunning Baghdad.
And, in a country where some 400,000 people have been killed since the 2003 US invasion and millions have been displaced since the start in 2014 of a battle against Islamic State group jihadists, Attallah's focus on helping animals is often met with incomprehension.
WHAT WE NEED::
So many more Cats and Dogs are waiting!
We solely rely on donors, and are now counting on you!
There is no government funding for animal , and we rely on the generosity of donors to help us care for all the disadvantaged, abused, and unwanted animals in our care.
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