Our focus is to establish and promote animal welfare internationally with a great emphasis in the country of Romania.

Our Programs

Spay/Neuter

Preventing in-home and community-cared pets from producing litters will stop the stray overpopulation problem at its source.
Homeless Animal Hospital

Homeless Animal Hospital

Homeless Animal Hospital is the Recipient of the Global Giving Project for the month of March 2015.
Veterinary Training Camp

Veterinary Training Camp

Our vets train safe, high-volume spay/neuter procedures and modern veterinary techniques to local and international veterinarians.
Education

Education

We provide outreach to local schoolchildren so the next generation of animal lovers can take great care of their pets.

RAR Center News

The New Romania Animal Rescue Center, Bucharest

The New Romania Animal Rescue Center, Bucharest

The new Romania Animal Rescue center in Bucharest, will be our new spay/neuter clinic and homeless animal hospital. This hospital will also be the center of operations for RAR as well as the center for the Veterinary Training Camp. Planned grand opening is for October 2016. We need YOUR support to help fund this new center...

Next Event

Vatra Dornei Spayathon

Vatra Dornei Spayathon May 7 - 8

Romania Animal Rescue is holding a Cat & Dog Spayathon in the city of Vatra Dornei, Romania on May 7 to 8, 2016. Please support us in our work to spay and neuter, free of charge, in our goal of reducing the number of stray dogs and cats roaming the streets of Romania. This is the most humane way to help the stray animals, by providing the means for them not to reproduce, i.e. no more suffering puppies or kittens. We cannot do this work without your continuous support.

Spay/Neuter News

Snagov Spayathon April 2016

Snagov Spayathon April 2016

117 dogs and cats were spayed and neutered in the city of Snagov. This is another great step towards the prevention and reduction of stray dogs and stray cats. 117 dogs and cats will no longer be causing thousands of puppies and kitties to be born homeless and unwanted to suffer and die on the streets of Romania.

Frumusani Spayathon April 16 - 17, 2016

Frumusani Spayathon April 16 - 17, 2016

57 cats and dogs were spayed in the city of Frumusani on April 16 and 17. This is another great step towards the prevention and reduction of stray dogs and stray cats. 57 dogs and cats will no longer be giving birth to thousands of puppies and kittens which would be born homeless, unwanted and suffering on the streets of Romania.

Animal Care News

Every Dog's life Matters to Homeless Animal Hospital

Every Dog's life Matters to Homeless Animal Hospital

I have no name…. I was bottle fed together with my 2 sisters by a loving person that has 100+ stray dogs in her care. She found us on Woman's Day in a plastic bag thrown over her fence. Maybe someone wanted to make her a nice present but was too shy to knock on the door.

Bringing HOPE by providing free Vet Care

Bringing HOPE by providing free Vet Care

The Homeless Animal Hospital vet team traveled to a very poor area of Romania to help out a very needy family that has 16 dogs in their care. A very poor but very caring family that do what they can to rescue and help out as many dogs as they can. We spayed/neutered all the dogs and provided vaccines and parasite treatments. One of the dogs had heart failure and received a special examination/treatment.

Other News

Ellie's Story, Homeless & Unwanted

Ellie's Story, Homeless & Unwanted

Ellie is about 3 months old; she doesn’t remember much of her short life, just that one day she opened her eyes to this chaotic world, where big scary things moved around her and her tummy hurt all the time. She doesn’t remember her mother, just her warm belly, but once she was gone, there was nothing warm about the world Ellie was left in.

Teaching Compassion for a better Future for Animals of Romania

Teaching Compassion for a better Future for Animals of Romania

The stray dogs and cats of Romania need the next Generation. Education is an Investment of a better Future for the homeless cats and dogs of Romania.

Snagov Spayathon April 2016

Snagov Spayathon April 2016

117 dogs and cats were spayed and neutered in the city of Snagov. This is another great step towards the prevention and reduction of stray dogs and stray cats. 117 dogs and cats will no longer be causing thousands of puppies and kitties to be born homeless and unwanted to suffer and die on the streets of Romania.

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Videos

ASNI Informational Video

ASNI Informational VideoASNI Informational Video

Bulgaria Vet Training & Spayathon

Bulgaria Vet Training & Spayathon Bulgaria Vet Training & Spayathon

Behind the scenes of a Spayathon

Behind the scenes of a SpayathonBehind the scenes of a Spayathon

HOPE of Deliverance

 HOPE of DeliveranceHOPE of Deliverance

What People Say About Us

Martin Todorov, Viktoria Karamanova, Angelina Kesova and Filiz Zeynelova, Bulgaria

We understand that you are very busy – there are animals who need help all over the world - and yet you took the time to sit down with us to give us a part of the knowledge that you have worked so hard to acquire over the years.

Alina from Adjud, Romania

When I heard 5 years ago that an American organization do free neutering I thought it was not true, I thought it was some trick. In 2010 I called Mihaela from asoc Tomita in Tecuci, I searched a car and I went with two female to be sterilized. In 2011 I was about 3 campaigns in Tecuci with dogs brought from Adjud. I wanted so much that this campaigns to be done in Adjud too . In April 2012 my dream came true, I did in Adjud first sterilization campaign ( 90 animals ) . From 2012 to today I had 9 Adjud sterilization campaigns. This month will be the 10th campaign:) Thank God that there are wonderful people and I had the opportunity to know some of them. It is much more to write but do not know too much English.

NUCA Team incl. Alina Banu and Iuliana Zuver, Cluj, Romania

Dear Nancy, dear Dr. Aurelian, dear Dr. Petrisor,

Thank you very much for the fantastic and very useful training you offered for the two vets from Cluj.
Trough this message we would like to express our deepest gratitude and thousands of thanks again!

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