The project concerns all wild or domestic animals abandoned, injured, or abused.
Our work takes place in the municipality of Quebrangulo, State of Alagoas, a region in Northeast Brazil. After saving the forest, which became a Federal Reserve in 1989, and building several schools, we would now like to commit ourselves to protecting animals. We have already welcomed some animals housed in temporary structures. The immediate objectives are to ensure food and care, as well as the improvement of the reception structures by the construction of shelters and living spaces.
Medium and long-term objectives: To raise the awareness of the population and school children, particularly about the sufferance of animals. Education about the role that animals play in our lives, whether wild or domestic.
Organization of media campaigns: Conferences, posters, messages on social networks, and disclosure to the media. The municipality of Quebrangulo has become a pioneer town with no abandoned or abused animals, no poaching, and no bird cages.