How charity project helps homeless animals in Belarus

How charity project helps homeless animals in Belarus

These dogs have been on the street by some quirk of fate. If it were not for good people, whose hearts are filled with compassion, their fragile lives could be over due to cruelty and irresponsibility.

Alina Sladovskaya, organizer and trustee of charity project You're Responsible For What You Have Tamed. Before and After:
This project was created in order to focus public attention on the laws that regulate pet care and pet business. We called the project You're Responsible For What You Have Tamed. Before and After for a reason. We want to show what they were like before they got in good hands of our project participants and what they became when they were cured, fattened and washed. Now they have a chance to get into a new loving family.

Alina Sladovskaya:
With the help of this project we want to catch the public eye to create a more civilized attitude to this problem in our country. And, of course, each participant of our project can be taken in loving hands.

Successful men of the city also got interested in the fate of animals. They told us about what inspired them to participate in the project.

Aleksey Khlestov, singer:
Why this project? Why not? We can really pay attention to this problem and encourage everyone to take care of animals.

Igor Bugaenko, champion of Belarus, Europe and World champion in kickboxing:
I took part in this campaign, because we are responsible for what we have tamed. I have a dog, and I am responsible for it. And I want all other people who tame any animal to be responsible for it.

Andrey Tkachev, fitness instructor:
This problem is not just relevant. It is very urgent. For example, after a visit to Georgia, I was very impressed by their attitude towards homeless pets.

Today, pet models take part in the photo shoot and try very hard, because the result is vitally important.