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Home Page Forums RESCUE EFFORTS FOR SHELTERS Shelters in Europe

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  • Bunnyluvva13
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    I, like a few others on this website (i think) live in europe. I live in Poland and the only shelter we have (that i know of) is called Stowarzyszenie Pomocy Królikom ( http://www.Kroliki.net ) they only have 4 large locations but there are places scattered around the whole country that have a rabbit or two. You can make donations directly on the website, or there are websites (like ww.swiatkrolika.eu ) where you can choose a product to buy for them. you can also do virtual adoption through their website, foster and adopt (obviously) and become a volunteer. If you live in a country in Europe i would like to read about whatever shelter(s) you have in your country/area. I also think that other people would like to hear about it too.



    Deem
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    Hi there,

    I live in the Netherlands.
    We have a lot of animal shelters here I read last week that there are at least 41 registered shelters.
    Too bad people can’t take care of their animals anymore, the country is not big at all so this is kinda sad.


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