Tallinn Animals shelter

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Animal shelter “Tallinn”

Very interesting live stream, provided by Baltic Live Cam company is located in the cat room.  In our web cam online you can watch how the pets play, take care of themselves, sleep and do everyday duties.

The shelter in Tallinn you see in live camera, was opened on 1 July 2016, while the building itself was built on the funds the municipality of Tallinn. The shelter online, is administrated by the Estonian animal rescue organization Varjupaikade that has started its work in 2007 and has 6 more shelters, apart from Tallinn: in Viljandi, Parnu, Valga, Viru, Virumaa and Lanemaa.

The main goal of the organization in this web camera, is to help lost pets find their way home and find a new home for the homeless four-legged friends, while also providing all the necessary treatment, in order to reduce the number of homeless animals in Estonia.

Organization, where the live stream comes from, also strives to decrease the number of the new-born pets on streets by not only sterilizing but also by educating people about the importance of sterilization, using different campaigns. Several municipalities also help the organization by campaigning for chipping pets.

As always, every animal that comes to the shelter in this online footage, gets anti-parasite treatment, is vaccinated and chipped. Every adopted pet also gets castrated or sterilized.

Apart from giving shelter to cats and dogs, the member of Varjupaikade in Tallinn, where the live broadcast is conducted from, also homes small pets, such as rabbits, Guinea pigs and others, which can feel safe and at home here as well!

You can help the cats from the shelter and buy them some feed by clicking on the page of shelter “Tallinn” from the Animalslife.net project

Watch another Baltic Live Cam live stream from animal shelter “Tallinn” here.


Baltic Live Cam has also more webcams online at other shelters all over the world. For example: Tamaz shelter in Georgia, Saaremaa shelter in Estonia, “Dobry dom” shelter in  Russia, Labās Mājas shelter in Latvia.