Charity Group -Animals Fiji has Launched its 2018 Annual Report this week.
The Nadi based Group established in 2011 is focused on improving the Welfare of both Domestic and wildlife Animals in Fiji.
Organization Founder -Casey Quimby says there main focus for this year will be focused on improving the Welfare of both Domestic and wildlife Animals in Fiji.
“Some of the highlights of 2018 we are growing more of our Trap Neuter Releases and that means we actually going out physically into the community other people that dont have access with their animal are receiving services in the village and communities themselves”
Quimby says one of the key highlights from last year for the group was on the Trap-Neuter-Release program that was seen as the most effective and humane method of population control for cats and dogs.
Animals Fiji is always looking for volunteers or people in the community that can assist in any way possible if they see an injured animal.
The group is thankful Every day to their donors that allow them to operate these essential services for affordable prices for animals in Fiji.
They have offices in in Nadi, Savusavu, Taveuni, Lautoka, and Labasa and a staff of 16 volunteers.
The Group will continue their growth in their activism activity, which included the continued call for banning of paraquat and the reporting of the illegal trade of Fiji’s Native Wildlife.