About EACWW

Make a difference!

My name is Roxane. I lived in a country that had few laws when I arrived. Over the years a lot has changed and many laws have been put into place. 

It does not happen overnight but with time there have been big changes. Apart from protecting the many street animals now young children are taught at an early stage in the local schools, how to take care of  animals. Unfortunately in many countries the laws appease everyone but are rarely enforced which means nothing has changed for the people on the frontline saving animals everyday. 

İ realized that to be part of this, appealing to higher authorities and enough public support can help. After some research İ realized that most of the care for abandoned animals came from the local communities. Even with laws in place the authorities had little to do with day to day care, fundıng (feeding and neutering) and enforcing the laws. A large percentage of the help all came and was funded by private  entities and organisations. 

İt is time to demand that our governments get more involved by enforcing the laws,  providing funds and education for a kinder safer society. 

We must support the groups and organisations already in place to do this. There are many out there and we must join forces to be heard. Most of my information comes from Animal Organisations and sites that have had a lot of experience and have done a lot of wonderful work to help and change laws. 

This site is not about us, its about the animals that suffer on a daily basis and even though many people spend their lives working hard to change our world we seem to fall short each time. 

So please leave your egos at home and lets find a way we can join and work together as one big team. İ will have a solution section and will try to contact everyone to share ideas and solutions.  

This site supplies  information to help enforce and amend laws around the world. Information on animal welfare in each country, the international groups, the private organisations, the latest news on animal welfare, who's who, and all the social network groups. This site does not look for donations but action. You will find the laws regarding animal health and report to the local authorites if you see animal cruelty. PLEASE 

I hope that every group will think about working together to change our world. İt is the only way to make a difference  and this will filter into our communities. 

The subjects that are most important are street animals around the world, cruelty and abuse towards all animals, zoos, circuses, scientific experiments, the transportation of live animals, bestiality,  and education. The impact on our environment can only be positive. 

Money protects large corporations, lobbyists and other factions, violence protects those who threaten and intimidate witnesses, secrecy protects others that work in closed buıldings or areas that we cannot enter and laws that are not clear or do not exist leave us helpless. Big countries like China, who insist on not changing their cultural practices,  but contınue to advance in technology still want to be part of our future.  

Dog, cat, exotic meat markets and bear bile belong in the past with  burning coal , witches and soothsayers. Roxane Janet

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How can we feed and help animals when we can not feed and help each other?

İf we can be kind and feed and help animals in distress,  are we not automatically kinder and more helpful to people?  

Violence towards Animals means violence towards humans

Report to your local shelter or police when you see cruelty, violence and illegal activities.

Roxane Janet

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Facts about dog and cat welfare:

  • Many street dogs and cats suffer from starvation, dehydration, exposure to the elements, injury and disease.
  • Culls are not the solution; humane and effective sterilization, vaccination and community engagement programs are the long-term solution.
  • Increase in population of roaming animals is both an animal welfare and public health and safety issue.
  • Governments and communities often lack the knowledge or resources to deal humanely with street animals; many still resort to poisoning, electrocution, and shooting.
  • The World Health Organization states, “There is no evidence that removal of dogs alone has ever had a significant impact on dog population densities or the spread of rabies.”
  • Humane solutions include mass sterilization, vaccination, community engagement and education, legislation and adoption programs.

https://www.hsi.org/issues/dog-cat-welfare/

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Urgent!

Close all puppy mills (make them illegal)

Breeding laws changed 

Stop live transport (Reduce numbers, fresh water and food, revamp transportation crates, trailers, or containers)

Stop sales of all animals on the internet 

Stop all cruelty to animals in the street, on farms.(with tougher fines or prison and enforce law)

Stop Bestiality 

Stop bull fighting  

Regulate Horse and dog racing (tougher controls and policing 

All pet shops sell food and accessories only. 

Change slaughter house methods.

Reduce numbers of animals slaughtered

WHAT CAN I DO
DID YOU KNOW?
LOBBYING AND LEGISLATION
ORGANISATIONS AROUND THE WORLD FOR ANIMALS
HOW TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR PET

600 million STRAY DOGS and CATS live on the street worldwide, ACCORDING TO THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION.

GREECE ALONE IS ESTIMATED TO HAVE almost 3 million stray and homeless dogs and cats, in a country with 11 million inhabitants. This is HUGE!

Stray pets are a man-made problem. Every stray pet was once someone’s pet, or the puppy or kitten of someone’s pet that was abandoned.

Former pets who were abandoned now risk being hit by a car, dying from a preventable disease or from the multitude of other dangers on the street. Furthermore, stray pets can pose a public health and safety risk to communities with a large number of stray pets and are bad for tourism and the general perception of a community and country. The existence of stray pets cannot be allowed to perpetuate.  The complexity of the problem requires a systemic solution.

Between 100,000 and 200,000 pets are abandoned in France each year, with 60% of these incidents occurring over the summer.Aug 10, 2020.

USA Approximately 7.6 million companion animals enter animal shelters nationwide every year. Of those, approximately 3.9 million are dogs and 3.4 million are cats.

http://www.zerostraypawject.org/strays-explained

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Reality that we don't want to face. All religions speak of kindness to animals and yet........

Little Known Facts About Homeless Animals 

  • Abandoned animal stats report that the number of US stray animals reaches 70 million.
  • According to the Humane Society, 6–8 million cats and dogs go into shelters each year.
  • 5500 stray dogs are put to rest each day.
  • Only 2% of cats and 17% of dogs in shelters return to their pet parents. 
  • Of the massive population in shelters, just 3–4 million stray animals get adopted. 
  • Shelters euthanize 2.7 million animals due to lack of space. 

But there are more homeless animal statistics you should be aware of. 

One Female Dog Can Give Birth to 12–18 Puppies a Year(Source: Humane Society)

A Cat Can Have 20–27 Kittens Annually(Source: Cat Cave Co)

Dangerous Diseases Are Spreading

40,000–70,000 People Die From Rabies Each Year (Source: WHO)

Between 2005–2019, 521 People in the US Died From a Dog Bite Injury(Source: Dogs Bite)

In 2019, 27% of Dog Bite Victims Were Children Under 9 Years Old(Source: Dogs Bite)

In 2016, Dogs Killed 15,000 Sheep in the UK. 

(Source: Wilderness Society)

 Stray Cats Have Contributed to the Extinction of 63 Species Globally 

(Source: American Bird Conservancy)

https://pawsomeadvice.com/pets/stray-animal-statistics/

2022 USA ANIMAL KILL CLOCK
2022 AUSTRALIA ANIMAL KILL CLOCK
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The time is always right to do what's right

Martin Luther King Jr