Forever free or forever with humans
When an animal is entrusted to us, we care for it with the best of our knowledge and conscience, always with the aim of being able to give it back a life appropriate to its species. Ideally, this means that we can release it back into the wild in a suitable environment as soon as it is old enough and ready for it or has been nursed back to health. The rearing and care of the animals is supervised by vets, biologists and other trained people and is done with the utmost care. Only when we are sure that an animal has a real chance of surviving in the wild is it released. The main problem here, however, is not so much the survival skills of the animals, but finding a suitable habitat, as this is becoming increasingly scarce.
For the pets entrusted to us, mostly dogs or cats, which are picked up somewhere or are also found injured, we look for suitable places at home and abroad where they can live happily for the rest of their lives.