The long-term goal
Finding a new home for every cat and dog, transforming shelters into temporary centres of refuge, and ultimately, the end of confinement.
The European Companion Animal For Life project aims to achieve its goals through a series of interlinking actions:
a) making it tougher to abandon animals by ensuring that the commitment between humans and animals is recorded, ensuring humans can be held responsible for the care of their animals from the day of birth. By instigating a unique European register that’s easy to access and consult, the project aims to impose strict rules and regulations in regards to any changes in ownership.
b) developing an official European database for dog and cat breeders, accompanied by set rules and regulations that will prohibit illegal breeding and facilitate prosecution.
c) promoting the adoption of dogs and cats by encouraging responsible choices by future human companions
d) once we’ve achieved the aforementioned objectives, we will focus on sterilisation campaigns for dogs and cats, both nationally where there is a need, and throughout Europe. This ensures that animal shelters lose their current function and can be transformed into short-term places of refuge for less fortunate animals.
How can we accomplish this together?
By purchasing Almo Nature pet food > you are helping to finance this project
Participating in whatever which way + Sharing information about the project + Signing petitions + Sharing the awareness campaign to sustain our efforts
Ensuring less companion animals are left in shelters for an extended period of time + Putting pressure on public authorities to encourage them to use the available resources to tackle local issues surrounding stray and abandoned animals
100% of Almo Nature’s profits are used to help animals through various projects of Fondazione Capellino, in total transparency and without any external funding.
When you buy Almo Nature products, you act for change.
Important project numbers
0 cats and dogs have been given food support and a better chance on adoption
0 shelters and associations have joined the project
0 meals have been donated to shelters to help feed cats and dogs