We help bring populations of stray and feral animals down to manageable levels humanely and effectively.

With our stray animal projects across Central and Eastern Europe and further afield, we have neutered and vaccinated thousands of stray dogs, releasing them back to the area in which they were caught to ensure they are not simply replaced in the hierarchy by other dogs. This approach, known as Catch, Neuter & Release, is supported by the World Health Organisation as the only truly effective way to reduce stray animal populations in the long term.