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Country of Stateless Animals – Orpheus Animal Protection Announces Neutering Campaign

Country of Stateless Animals - Orpheus Animal Protection Announces Neutering Campaign

October 13, 2022, 11:30 a.m.

There are currently hundreds of thousands of homeless animals in Hungary. And despite the stricter legislation – in theory – their number is increasing year by year.

Zoltan Ceres, president of the Orpheus Animal Protection Society, asserts that animal protection advocates have been fighting a windmill battle for too long to limit breeding. Nowadays, unfortunately, more and more animal shelters and garden care centers are unable to function. They simply cannot accommodate more stray animals, because there is not even a square foot of space left to place them. In addition, the increase in costs mercilessly affects these places. Thus, caring for animals also means an increased financial burden.

Only sterilization can help in household conditions

As of January 2022, animal husbandry is punishable, but animals can still breed freely in villages and outskirts of cities.

The only solution is thorough sterilization.

That’s why Orpheus supports the sterilization of 300 animals in the second half of 2022. As a result, thousands of potentially over-breeding animals can be reduced across the country.

There are hundreds of thousands of homeless animals
There are hundreds of thousands of homeless animals

Low-income, retired people who keep their animals in the yard may be entitled to subsidize neutering costs. You can apply until November 10, 2022 (or until the support framework is exhausted) by calling +36209298181 (weekdays between 9 and 11 am) by entering your name, exact address and email.
For more information about animal welfare support, see A It can be found on the Animal Friendly Web Kuckó page.

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