You can transform animal welfare in Sri Lanka.
In Sri Lanka, current laws don’t protect dogs from abuse or neglect. And when there are more dogs than homes, this results in unwanted puppies being left on the road, hundreds of thousands of dogs roaming the streets, and the endemic threat of rabies.
It’s dangerous for the whole community when a dog isn’t loved. But it doesn’t have to be a dog’s life. With your help, we’re putting evidence-based treatments to work. Starting with one dog, to change a street. A town. And through education, a generation.
We aim to stop problems before they start. Our mobile vaccination and spaying/neutering clinics prevent disease, suffering, and unwanted pups.Find out more
When people know how to care for dogs, their welfare improves and streets are safer. We create a whole community of knowledgeable Dogstars.Find out more
Even a simple treatment can change a life. Making and keeping animals healthy is at the heart of what we do.Find out more
It’s not all about the dogs. We’re also in the business of restoring nine lives wherever possible.
The cat population in Sri Lanka has spiralled out of control. Each cat can have three litters of up to six kittens in a single year. That’s why we offer free spay-neuter services to cat owners and feline welfare and rehoming groups.
We work directly with and in the communities we serve and via a ring fenced fund we run the Breakfast Club at Yawajeewa School. Every day, children from disadvantaged backgrounds are able to receive a hot meal, increasing attendance and helping every child reach their full potential.