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Meet The Animals At Viva! Poland Animal Sanctuary

Meet the animals at Viva! Poland Animal Sanctuary

 

Viva! Poland is one of the pre-eminent animal groups in the country.

In this video, founder, Juliet Gellatley visits the Viva! Poland Animal Sanctuary, meets the animals and talks with Manager, Cezary Wyzinsky.

Meet some of the animals from Viva! Poland and help raise vital funds for their upkeep and the important work of Viva! in the UK and Poland.

You can adopt one of these animals for just £18 per year and receive email updates about their progress. Just click here and follow the steps, www.vivashop.org.uk/catalog/viva/gifts/adopt-animal

Viva! Poland promotes veganism, campaigns for farmed animals, attacks live exports but also campaigns against fur, arrange adoptions and sterilisation of domestic animals and has now taken over the 700 animal sanctuary at Korabiewicach.

Staff have learned extraordinary media skills and are rarely out of the headlines. Quite rightly, they claim that Poland has changed in its attitude to animals and Viva! Poland can claim much of the credit.

All opinion polls show that the number of Polish people giving up meat and dairy is constantly climbing – from a base of almost zero. So quickly has the audience grown that Viva! Poland’s consumer magazine, VEGE, is available nationwide.

They are very keen to work with other organisations and to foster the growth of local groups.

This inclusiveness has led to a 200,000 signature petition, now going through parliament, for a new Animal Protection Act which would ban fur farming and animal circuses, amongst many other things.

Manager Cezary very kindly says: “We look up to Viva! UK, trying to catch up with them and do as many campaigns where they are most needed.”

We say, Cezary, you have done an extraordinary job that no one else could have matched!

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