ANIMAL CARE

We Helped Over 35,000 Animals in 2018

Animal Care in Egypt is a charity dedicated to helping stop the suffering of thousands of animals in the poorest communities of Luxor by providing free veterinary care and education.

For almost 19 years we have been here to help the local animals when they need it most. This is alongside preventative treatments and education, delivering a long term impact on the welfare of working animals and the people that depend on them so greatly for their livelihoods. These hard working animals often lack the most basic veterinary care. Many are neglected or mistreated, not through malice, but due to lack of understanding or provisions.

Our dedicated team of vets treat and save the lives of thousands of animals all year round. We have a walk-in clinic, a hospital to perform crucial surgeries and 25 stables that allow the animals to rest from their working lives where they can recover. We closely monitor them, provide regular treatments and ensure their progress back to health.

We provide:
  • Free veterinary treatment

  • Stables for horses and donkeys so they can receive treatment and recover

  • Washing facilities for showering animals to remove dirt that can increase rubbing from tack

  • Routine dentistry so animals are able to eat properly

  • Farriery for preventative foot care helping donkeys and horses avoid crippling lameness

  • De-worming for dogs and cats

  • Emergency care for cattle, sheep and camels

 

We helped over 35,000 animals in 2018

This number includes our preventative work such as: routine dentistry so animals are able to eat properly; farriery for preventative foot care helping donkeys and horses avoid crippling lameness; de-worming for dogs and cats; and emergency care for cattle, sheep & camels.

 

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Registered Charity No. 1082679/ Egypt Society #2 Luxor

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The small charity making a big difference to the working animals in Egypt.