In spite of her young age, Sofia Gião Torrinha has a profound and genuine love of animals. She’s vegetarian because the animals are all the same: a dog doesn’t deserve more respect than a chicken nor a cow. Large or small, no animal deserves a life inflicted with great suffering. This great love for animals … Read more Thank you Sofia!
In March we really touched every corner of the globe. Even guests from Japan and Canada! Then from Brazil, many from France and from Holland. Veronica and her friends from Spain,Laura from Great Britain, Danuta from Czech Republic and Allan from Denmark. The event that has most marked the hostel’s life was the departure of … Read more The guests of March 2016
Writes Alessia Zanon, sister of one of our volunteers (Stefania Zanon) came to us in July 2013 and adopted out to Italy, our dog Kiara. It’s already been two years since Kiara, for Momi friends, it became part of my life. Momi was that element with which my family has changed for the better. My … Read more Like a dog changes your family
In February, and not only thanks to the Carnival, we had our fill of guests. In fact, in addition to Carnival in the city, guests are widely enjoyed throughout the island, and even its neighbour, the beautiful and green Santo Antao! Thank Balthazar Sieders and Gerry from Holland, Ruben Araujo from Portugal, Alberto and her … Read more Guests in February
It’s ready for lovely our friends the album of Rosanna Ranieri, our medical director, and Sergio Fiora, veterinary volunteer, supporter and advisor and also a photographer for the occasion! The album portrays the highlights of the last days of the project co-funded by the EU, which ended on 31.01.2016. To see it all, click on … Read more Rossana and Giorgio’s travel
Since June 2015, Simabo is managing a new hostel. With 4 rooms, to finance their veterinarian operations: spaying/neutering, deworming and first aid treatment 12/24, 7/7 for the cats and dogs on the island. The house hosts also the cats of the association and some dogs waiting to leave for Europe to their new adoptive families. … Read more New Simabo’s hostel