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„Could you look an animal in the eyes & say to it, ‘My appetite is more important than your suffering’? “
– Moby

Dogs and cats don’t know how to add, but they sure know how to multiply!

We introduced our new campaign “Dogs and cats don’t know how to add, but they know how to multiply!” With our billboards we warned about the excessive dog and cat reproduction, which is the main cause of people abandoning animals. In seven years, only one female dog and her offspring can give birth to 67,000 puppies, and only one cat and her offspring can give birth to as many as 420,000 kittens!



VegeEDU by ZeGeVege

As part of the VegeEDU by ZeGeVege event, we surprised the public with an attractive installation aimed at promoting sustainable living. You can watch online lectures and cooking workshops on our YouTube page. For interesting and educational visuals, go here.




There are still many unvaccinated dogs in Croatia

On the occasion of the World Rabies Day, we warned that a large number of dogs have never been vaccinated against rabies, although this is mandatory. Cities and municipalities must carry out the control of microchipped dogs in their area, but this has not yet been done everywhere. According to available data from the Animal Protection Network, there are up to 20 percent of unchipped and unvaccinated dogs in Croatia, which are highly devastating news.



Every 10th person is a vegetarian!

New data shows that every year thousands of people opt for a more socially responsible lifestyle by switching to a more ethical and healthier diet. Vegetarians do not eat animals, while vegans avoid all foods of animal origin. More than 70 billion animals are slaughtered annually for human consumption, so the World Vegetarian Day, which is celebrated on October 1st, is a great opportunity to switch to a plant-based diet.


Be their voice!

On the World Farm Animals Day, as well as on the occasion of the World Animal Day, we pointed out the injustice, suffering and death of billions of animals that people torture, exploit and kill. In an impressive performance, tied with chains and with ribbons over our mouths, we portrayed the helplessness and difficult situation animals are in on a daily basis – in the meat, dairy, egg, fur, entertainment, cosmetics, tourism, sports and pet industries.



Flash News

  • Read the informative leaflet “Reasons for animal castration”.
  • We gave our reaction to the news of a malnourished baby from Australia.
  • We wrote a request for a statement regarding the keeping of a riding pony at the Bundek lake area.
  • We sent a proposal for cooperation to utility companies regarding the campaign “Dogs and cats don’t know how to add, but they know how to multiply.”
  • We offered local self-government units and coordination working groups free preparation provision for billboards and leaflets related to the dog and cat castration.
  • We reported the city of Otočac, Hrvatska Kostajnica, and the municipal police in Split for not implementing the Animal Protection Act.
  • Oaza – Joyful kitchen gives our members a 5% discount on their meals. If you haven’t already, become our member and take advantage of all the benefits we offer!
  • The Croatian Perfume House has joined our list of companies that do not test their products on animals.
  • Our new legal members are Forum Orgo Ltd. – Soyarnica, Planetopija Ltd. and Diana Prpić FF.
  • The Coordination Working Group of the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County has published a picture book “Lost Flegi”, which introduces children to the basic elements of animal protection through a dynamic story about a lost dog.
  • We held a new meeting of the Animal Protection Network.
  • Help us to fly vegan flags in Zagreb for 12 days – they signify advocacy for animals and the health of humans and the entire planet.

Despite great effort and numerous great results, we cannot continue our work in helping animals without your continuous financial assistance. Support us with a standing order, donation, or a payment of the annual membership fee. Even as little as few kunas a month can make a huge difference.

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