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Dubrovnik opens its first registered animal shelter

(Photo: Prijatelji životinja)

The Croatian metropolis of Dubrovnik has achieved a big milestone with the institution of its first-ever animal shelter, bringing pleasure to animal welfare organisations corresponding to Prijatelji životinja, Udruga Pobjede, and the Prijatelji shelter in Čakovec. 

This achievement follows the initiation of the Adopt Žarkovica Dogs challenge in Dubrovnik a yr and a half in the past, aiming to offer look after over 260 dogs from an unregistered shelter on Žarkovica Hill.

Dubrovnik opens its first registered animal shelter

(Photo: Prijatelji životinja)

Project Leadership and Progress

The challenge, spearheaded by devoted volunteer Ana Ivelja, now the shelter’s present director, has witnessed exceptional progress. During this era, a majority of the dogs, together with these with well being points, have been handled, sterilised, and well-cared-for.

Dubrovnik opens its first registered animal shelter

(Photo: Prijatelji životinja)

Relocation and Future Plans

The remaining 34 dogs from Žarkovica have been relocated to the town shelter, with ongoing efforts to seek out appropriate adopters. The metropolis has introduced plans to scrub and inexperienced the Žarkovica space with the planting of 6000 new saplings.

Prijatelji životinja expresses satisfaction that Dubrovnik has lastly established and registered a shelter, complying with all prescribed requirements. This marks a constructive step towards fulfilling authorized obligations for the care of deserted animals within the area.

Dubrovnik opens its first registered animal shelter

(Photo: Prijatelji životinja)

Future Goals and Collaboration

With the capability to accommodate 74 dogs, the shelter goals to efficiently look after and rehome deserted animals from Dubrovnik and collaborating native communities. To forestall animal abandonment, it’s essential for Dubrovnik to utilise all instruments supplied by animal safety legal guidelines, together with funding for the sterilisation of caretaker dogs and cats, systematic management of microchipping implementation via family visits, a big improve within the sterilisation of free-roaming cats, organisation of feeding stations, and public schooling on accountable adoption and animal care.

Dubrovnik opens its first registered animal shelter

(Photo: Prijatelji životinja)

As a registered shelter with infrastructure and an satisfactory variety of workers, adhering to the circumstances outlined within the rules for animal shelters, Dubrovnik’s facility is anticipated to set a constructive instance for different native governments. Regular funding from the town might be essential for sustaining an satisfactory workforce and making certain the shelter turns into a supply of pleasure for Dubrovnik residents.

Dubrovnik opens its first registered animal shelter

(Photo: Prijatelji životinja)

Prijatelji životinja calls upon the town of Split and different native authorities models which have promised however not but established animal shelters to take motion with out being hindered by political disputes. 

Dubrovnik opens its first registered animal shelter

(Photo: Prijatelji životinja)

They emphasise that many deserted animals in Dubrovnik have suffered as a result of failure to fulfill authorized obligations and the absence of a registered shelter. Animals are to not blame for the neglect and abandonment by irresponsible people. The organisation stresses that animal safety legal guidelines and shelter rules ought to apply equally to all residents, associations, cities, municipalities, and counties.

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