Agni Animal Welfare Fund

Agni Animal Welfare Fund

Charity information

Agni Animal Welfare Fund

We are a small group of volunteers helping the Corfu street cats and other abandoned animals to a better life by neutering, providing general care, food and medical treatment when necessary.

Founded 2005

  • Mission statement

    We are a small charity working on the island of Corfu in Greece. Our aim is to reduce the number of stray animals by the "trap/neuter/return" method. Prior to release they are treated for ticks, fleas and worms. We also get treatment for stray animals with illnesses or injuries. If absolutely (and only if absolutely) necessary we see they are put to sleep to end their suffering. We have set up winter feeding stations and a couple of small recovery centres all run by our volunteers.

    We concentrate our efforts mainly but not exclusively on the stray cat population as other charities in the region focus on dogs and donkeys. Our charity will also try to help pets of impoverished local people. Unfortunately re-homing strays is not generally an option but sometimes we are able to re-home some of the most vulnerable animals.

  • Aims

    Agni Animal Welfare Fund aims to:

    • To reduce the stray population of Corfu by neutering, and avoiding suffering and neglect due to over population.
  • Overview

    Established: March 2005

    Registered Charity Number: 1115983

    Board members: 4

    Volunteers: 8

    Phone number: 0115 9726625

    Address: 89 Longmoor Road Long Eaton Nottingham NG10 4EG

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  • Cat Sponsorship

    Sponsoring street cats in order to raise money for neutering and care on the Island of Cor... More