Bali hungry dogs feeded by welfare group

Bali hungry dogs feeded by welfare group Four Paws, a global animal welfare group, and the Bali Animal Welfare Association have come to the rescue, feeding the thousands of starving animals who previously relied on the tourism industry for food. Currently, thousands of stray animals on the usually bustling island have been forced to survive on minimal food, and innutritious scraps like dried husks and kernels of corn,” a release from Four Paws said.The new program, consisting of two teams of full-time feeders, will run for three-and-a-half months total. So far, feeders have been working for three weeks and have provided thousands of meals to stray animals.The team’s presence on the ground has also had the unintended additional benefit of providing medical care to animals that need it, as well as protecting street dogs from being taken in to the dog meat trade.With flights halted, jobs gone, expats repatriated, and restaurants closed, stray animals on the island have lost their food sources,” Dr. Katherine Polak, head of Four Paws Stray Animal Care projects in Southeast Asia, said in the release.She continued, “Facing starvation, dogs are especially at risk of being poisoned or killed in brutal ways. Many starving dogs tend to steal food or hunt and kill farmed animals, placing them in conflict with local communities.

Bali hungry dogs feeded by welfare group

Mr Bob Bar & Grill Nusa Dua Bali COVID-19 discount food

Mr. Bob is now Open in Nusa Dua area

COVID-19 Protocol in Place

Get a 20% discount for dine out on food only

Source :



Advertise your reopening plans at Bali Villa Arrangements

Do you own a restaurant, hotel or villa in Bali? If so, let us know what your reopening plans are and we will feature your establishment on Bali Villa Arrangements.

0 replies

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply