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Loes at Sicily

When I came to Sicily years ago, I had no idea that the problem of stray animals was so big there. Many people still see animals as dirty and annoying, and they don't seem to care much about the suffering of stray animals. As a

The new way of keeping horses

The new way of keeping horses We all know the picture of the horse with his head over the gorgeous stable door. Standing on a big bed of yellow straw. The horse with big iron horse shoes on wearing a brand new blanket. Looks perfect, doesn’t it……that’s

Spay & Neuter Project Curacao

The stray cat problem on Curaçao is big. It's huge! Perhaps invisible to many, but the suffering is enormous. The overpopulation in residential areas and in resorts causes sick cats, malnourished kittens, cats hit by cars and the dumping of these animals. Since cats are able

world lion day

World Lion Day

We would like to highlight Stichting Spots on this appropriate day. SPOTS is committed to the wild felines. And this is badly needed: "animals such as the lion and cheetah threaten to extinct forever. That is why we find it essential that help is given to

international cat day

International Cat Day

In addition to our orphan elephant Sirimon, our adoption dog Bob and our 4 orphan rhinoceroses Lotti & friends, from today on International Cat Day we can welcome the kittens Harvey and Elvis from Kitten Rescue Curacao to the Wings for Animals family! Both Harvey and

international tiger day

International Tiger Day 2018

The tiger is the largest of the world’s big cats and this magnificent creature, with its distinctive orange and black stripes and beautifully marked face, has a day that is dedicated to it. This was first celebrated in 2010 and was founded at an international

Adoption Sirimon the elephant

Wings for Animals has been in close contact with The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust since our origin. We have been bringing pantyhoses from colleagues for a long time; with these tights the caretakers of the shelter tie the blankets around the tummies of the elephants.