Fighting for Community Animals
REFRAMING 'STREET ANIMALS' IN SAUDI ARABIA AS COMMUNITY MEMBERS
During my 17 years in Saudi Arabia, I established a volunteer group for the rescue of street-living non-animals in need. This group has now become a legal charity, and our primary mission is to assist injured and abandoned street-living animals. As an anthrozoologist, I've begun writing about the plight of the, primarily, cats and dogs; the witnessing of rescuers, and advocating for a shift in perception regarding ‘street-living animals.’ I aim to promote the reframing of 'street-living animals' as non-human animal neighbours worthy of respect, care and a life free of suffering.
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