“At that time we saved a colony of 64 cats after their owner died.”

Agordino – They have relocated 64 cats of the man who died a few years ago, leaving his huge cat colony on his property under Falzarego. They have disinfected hundreds of “cats”, given many more to loving families, collected food for animals, all self-financed. Ten or more volunteers of “A Mici delle Dolomiti” is a force of nature that overcomes real challenges, driven by love for cats. “We have a team of volunteers who work across Agarino – they explain on their social channels. – We mainly deal with colony cat sterilization in the area. If you help injured or abandoned animals, we help you find the owner or find them a new family. The nonprofit group says they take care of our cat friends, especially the less fortunate ones who are homeless, who live in the colony and who may be injured and in need of medical treatment. , Who lives in Taiwan.

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“We have about ten volunteers – explained Michelle – who work in the Agordino area, partly we are both present in the Biodice Valley of Agordo and then we have a volunteer who works in the Cordevol Valley. In practice, cats living in colonies need to go through both capture and disinfection to test that these colonies do not grow uncontrollably, because often these cat colonies live around the house and there is a need for peaceful coexistence with humans. ” “The cat colonies that I think are protected by law – underline Michaela – and so except for exceptional reasons and obviously the cats that make them up cannot be abused, and therefore cannot be removed from their place of origin. And so intervene to manage the cat colony. We need to intervene to remove a colony of 64 cats from a house under Falzarego because the owner has died. To do this we had to ask permission from the municipality of Livinalo and intervene only when he gave us permission.

Apparently the “A Mici delle Dolomiti” group is also working on adoption. “Yes, in this case, in the presence of puppies, injured or sick animals, we try to leave them for adoption, but not before treating and arranging them.” Often these volunteers, in their work, come to establish friendships and relationships with people who live with cats, especially older people. “Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like Al that sounds pretty crap to me. Be their friend too since we have a mutual friend who is called a cat.

Economically, this non-profit group supports itself through grants or self-financing. “For the most part we finance ourselves – Michelle confirms – or we do things like Christmas markets or we have points in the various supermarkets in the area where we collect the food that we either personally or with the people who take care of this cat colony. Obviously, when it comes to disinfecting cats, we actively cooperate with ULS’s veterinary service, thanks to our excellent relationship with Dr. Scolari. We work with people who are very sensitive to our activities and give us a great hand. ” For information: “A-Mici delle Dolomiti” on Facebook or email, glia.micidelledolomiti@gmail.com.

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