Our association believes that man has the moral duty to protect animals and activates for the protection of their dignity and well-being.
We consider that the world faces a serious crisis of canine and feline overcrowding caused by humans, from which derives both the problem of animals without a master, specific to certain territories, and the suppression and captivity of millions of dogs and cats in shelters worldwide. Therefore, we strive to reduce uncontrolled births among these species of animals and to find an adoptive home that is as appropriate for dogs and cats trained for family life.
At the same time, we work to improve the quality of life of dogs and cats living on the streets as much as possible, in cases where adoption is not a possible prospect, for reasons related to animal behavior or local culture.
In order to achieve these goals, in addition to reducing the births of dogs and cats, it is necessary to strengthen the registry of dogs and cats and raise awareness of the owners, so that they become responsible owners, as well as constant efforts in favor of advanced legislation regarding animal rights and active collaboration with all stakeholders (stakeholders such as mayors, veterinary units, schools, veterinary associations, etc.)