“Pesaleidja” Shelter In EstoniaAnimals , Featured
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“Pesaleidja” opened its’ doors to homeless animals in spring 2009. This non-profit organization is the biggest animal shelter in Estonia, with more than 300 cats and dogs fostered, which is especially impressive, given that the shelter is run by volunteers.
The goal of “Pesaleidja” shelter is to help the homeless and mistreated animals, by giving them a home and the care they need so much.
As mentioned, the impressive input of the shelter is a result of hard-working volunteers and the foster homes they provide for the animals. The organization includes people that use their own free time to help the homeless pets, without receiving any kind of commercial or financial benefit out of it. What they do receive, however, is the gratitude and love from the animals themselves, and that’s all that matters.