Animal’s Protection Association Minis - APAM

Animal’s Protection Association Minis APAM is a non-profit organization, a sanctuary where dogs and cats found shelter, animals that are old, blind, epileptic, some with 2 or 3 legs, animals without adoption chances! Within the space limit, we try to save also the puppies and kittens abandoned without mercy!

We develop also continuously spay/neuter campaigns for the animals with owner because we know that the only solution is this one and we hope to the day we’ll go on the street and we’ll see no abandoned dog or cat!

Also, continuously, we develop adoption campaigns in the attempt to find wonderful families for the animals saved by us! We get involved also in children education, they are the future, they are the chance to a better life for animals! APAM is a family and absolutely each of us have our daily job and our care for animals is done voluntary, beside our jobs!


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  • FREE from the chain!

    The images speak for themselves... The main thing is that Ivan is now in the APAM sanctuary, free from the chain. He has even made a friend, Marta, and he's running around happily all day. How wonderful it would be if we could find solutions for all the chained dogs, and make them all as happy as Ivan is today!!

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  • Charlie has been released from the clinic

    Charlie has been released from the clinic, and is here with us at the APAM Sanctuary. Unfortunately, the verdict in his case is cruel: he will never walk again. We are continuing with his treatment, and hoping for a miracle. He has already made friends here, one of them is Lucky, the other Remus, both paralysed, as well. In spite of being handicapped, all three of them are playing, appreciate life, and every bone and bit of food they get... We love them dearly!In the future, Charlie will need wheels to help him walk. We will keep you updated. Thank you all for your support!

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  • Abandoned in a gas station

    We can't go anywhere without getting anxious about dogs we find abandoned or hit by cars! That's what happened today, when we turned into a gas station to fill up, and we saw a small fuzzball in a corner. We could see so much fear and terror in his eyes. We couldn't understand how some people abandoned him and others couldn't offer him any help or a yard to live in. We found out that he had been there for a week, and only a miracle kept him from being hit by a car.    He is now safe, and after one day in the APAM sanctuary he realized he was loved and protected. He remembered his childhood, and he's playing without cease, from morning till night. 

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  • Another hurt soul

    If we finished the year with much pain in our souls, it seems that we're starting it the same way. It's probably the way our daily life is, that we always suffer from not being able to do more for improving the lives of these animals or finding them places where they could be safe from the dangers of the street.  This dog was hit head on by a car; naturally, no one saw the license number, and worse, no one from the car cared to stop and see if they could do anything for this unfortunate soul. So that 3 days passed until we found out about him, during which time his situation worsened. He is now at the clinic, in critical state (he cannot walk), but we are hoping to save him, especially since his kind eyes begs for pity and mercy for his life.

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  • 2014 The year of deaths... Oh God, we wonder what next!?

    Dear kind man, with a great heart, you have passed on, and left us with a sorrowful heart and Marta, your little dog crying for you. She is with us now, and mourning and suffering for you! We promise we will take great are of her. and she and us will never forget you! Rest in peace! ___ ​Nessie sweet soul, you left for a better world! We are hurting for you so much, since we loved you immensely. You've had such a hard life, with dozens of scars from all the cesarean sections, and then the vocal cords removed so that you wouldn't bother anyone when you were howling with pain!!! And after all that, you were thrown out on the streets because you were too old to breed!! You started a new life here at APAM, where all of us loved you so much, and we hope that the years spent here have made you forget a bit the nightmare you had lived through... Sadly, age and suffering won in the end. You've left a great emptiness in our hearts! We will always love you, our dear Nessie. Rest in peace!

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