Who We Are
Animals In Need Foundation is a Gibraltar based charity that works together with the local and international authorities and organisations. Together and with the help of all our wonderful sponsors and donations, we are helping to improve the lives of so many abandoned and unwanted animals.
Help save lives by donating €1 a month
If enough people sign up, it could make a huge difference and really affect how many animals we can help. Our biggest limitation is money and €1 a month will be such an insignificant amount to you but will mean everything to us.
It only takes 30 seconds!
Sadly there are thousands of dogs looking for a home, so no matter what breed, size or character you're looking for in a dog, chances are we have one!
As much as we all love these wonderful furbabies, sometimes we aren't in a position to commit to adoption. Fostering a dog is a wonderful alternative and you could turn a dogs life around.
There are many ways for you to help if you would like to give some of your time to helping these lovely dogs. We are a growing team but we need all the extra help we can get, there is so much to do.
Sponsor a Dog
Sponsoring a dog can make such a massive difference to a homeless dog's quality of life, improves their general well being, and increases their chances of adoption too.
Make a donation
By making a simple donation, you will be directly contributing to saving more animals from despair.
The Animals In Need Foundation has corporate sponsors who help the charity improve the lives of these homeless dogs, and ultimately happily rehome as many as possible, while also improving the quality of life for those still waiting.
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Weʼre raising £1,000 to help pay for medical bills and rehabilitation of this poor, weak, skeletal boy who is covered in parasites and was abandoned on a busy road.
This poor dog was left at Prodean in a desperate state. He was tied outside the shelter by a very busy road. He is emaciated and covered in ticks and parasites. His face and body is covered in scratches and cuts, we only can dread to think of what he has been through. He is extremely weak and has given up.
Thankfully he is now safe but he has a long way to go. He needs to rehabilitate in the safety of private kennels. He needs extensive medical treatment so he can regain his health. Life has been cruel to him so far but we can give him the second chance he deserves. Please donate to save him.