Feldman Ecopark Good Home Re-Launches Stray Animal Settlement Campaigns 12.04.19

This weekend, April 13-14, the Centre for Wild, Exotic and Domestic Animals Rescue “Feldman Ecopark Good Home” is going to re-launch its traditional for warm season stray animal settlement campaigns Saving the Life You Find a Friend!

Starting from this weekend and till the beginning of cold season, the Good Home’s tents will be located in two places – in the territory of Feldman Ecopark and near the underground station Tsentralnyi Rynok – each weekend. The voluntary animal rights activists, who rescue stray animals, as well as the owners, whose pets gave birth to babies, will be able to offer everyone to open their hearts and take a kitten, puppy, guinea pig, fancy rat, rabbit or other homeless animal to their homes. Only healthy animals are allowed to take part in these campaigns. Moreover, there will be the discount vouchers for sterilization of both stray and domestic dogs and cats.

“The campaigns Saving the Life You Find a Friend! have already proven their effectiveness: the numbers of volunteers, who take part in them, and settled animals increases constantly. If the weather is favourable, people, who brought animals to our campaigns last year managed to find new owners to dozens of animals. September was a record-breaking month, when the Good Home’s workers and volunteers settled more than 300 animals!” the head of Feldman Ecopark Good Home Iryna Podvoiska.

The campaigns will take place every Saturday and Sunday from 9 AM to 4 PM near the Central Market (underground station Tsentralnyi Rynok) and from 10 AM to 6 PM in Feldman Ecopark. Depending on the weather conditions, there may be some changes in schedule, so it is possible to obtain more specific information about the work of volunteers’ tents using the free hotline: 0-800-302-303.

It should be reminded that Feldman Ecopark Good Home was established in 2010. In 2013, it became an all-Ukrainian service that renders assistance not only to pets, but also to wild and exotic animals.