The participants in the program together determined from the very beginning the purpose of the charity program, which is to sterilize, vaccinate and provide veterinary care and rehabilitation for stray dogs in need.
At the end of December 2020, the “Georgian Society for the Protection and Safety of Animals” received offers from companies: “Zoomart” and “Wolt” to participate in the charity program. A charity campaign was planned on the last weekend of the year, which envisages the transfer of the full amount of proceeds from the sale of products sold through the company “Wolt” to GSPSA, which practically applies and uses the funds for homeless animals and living in the regions. For their well-being.
Participating in the action and helping the homeless animals was very simple and anyone could do it. All you had to do was order any ‘Zoomart’ product for your four-legged friend through the ‘Wolt’ app, and the products would be delivered to the ‘Wolt’ for free.
“Zoomart” and “Wolt” are legally entrepreneurial entities (commercial organizations) and their participation in the charity program demonstrates their great social responsibility. At the same time, it should be noted that the company “Zoomart” systematically helps homeless animals with food and other means within the framework of charitable programs.
The amount received through the charity campaign on December 26 and 27, 2020 amounted to 3970.00 (three thousand nine hundred and seventy) GEL, which the company “Zoomart” on January 5, 2021, in full transferred to the GSPSA for stray animals sterilized and traumatized To provide assistance. Depending on the amount, it is planned to sterilize/vaccinate 30 dogs and provide veterinary services to several injured animals during the rehabilitation period. GSPSA members and volunteers will participate in the implementation of the program.
According to the decision of GSPSA, a charity program will be held for homeless animals living within the territorial boundaries of the Zugdidi Municipality.
GSPSA will sign contracts and agreements with veterinary clinics and shelters as soon as possible. Will publish information and photo-video materials on the social network during the program.
GSPSA will publish the report after the program is fully completed.
GSPSA representatives at the start of this program found the traumatized young dog in Zugdidi. The animal was taken to a veterinary clinic where all necessary examinations were performed. An emergency operation was scheduled for January 7 because the animal had injured three legs, had 4 fractures and had a fourth leg cracked. Despite the complexity of the operation, everything went well, the dog is feeling well and undergoing rehabilitation at the home of a GSPSA representative. He automatically joined our program and became the first participant.