You can help us save more animals by making a donation, by coming to volunteer, by donating old towels and blankets, and of course by adopting. You can also keep in touch via our Facebook page – let the animals live, Israel – and help by inviting friends to like our page.
There are many things you can do to help animals by yourself: leave food and water for street cats and dogs; spay and neuter; don’t buy pets, adopt! only buy products that were not tested on animals; move to a vegan diet and do not buy any animal products including fur and leather.
Let the Animals Live’s legal department deals with all forms of animal abuse, promotes animal-protection legislation and works to raise awareness to animal rights. Our department has had impressive achievement such as the closing down of Mazor farm which bred monkeys for experiments; the prohibition of forced-feeding of geese for the production of foie gras; the prohibition of circuses that exploit animals and much more.
There are approximately 2,000,000 cats living in the streets of Israel and we know the only humane solution to the problem is spaying and neutering. Similarly, there are an estimated 100,000 healthy dogs being killed in municipal pounds around Israel every year simply because there aren’t enough homes. Spaying and neutering is the answer.
Let the Animals Live has two rescue vehicles which are used to collect animals in distress from the streets, from army bases, from municipal pounds and more, and bring them to our clinic and shelter for medical care and rehabilitation, until homes are found. The vehicles are also used for our TNR project of strays.
Our Hotline provides information and handles calls from the public about animals in distress: 03-6241776
Located at 8 Dov Fridman st. in Ramat Gan, Let the Animals Live’s clinic treats all the animals treated by us, performs dozens of spay and neuter operation every day, and offers veterinary services to the public at affordable prices. Volunteers here are also welcome as well as donations of old towels, blankets etc. 03-6241779 ext. 4
Let the Animals Live’s main shelter is located in Kfar Ruth and regularly houses more than 250 dogs and cats waiting for homes. The shelter is open 7 days a week and volunteers are welcome as well as donations of old towels, blankets etc. 03-6241779 ext. 3