In Abu Dhabi Park will host a day of cat adoption

In Abu Dhabi, on Sunday from 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM, at Umm Al Emarat Park, the first cat adoption event will take place as part of a new program for caring for homeless animals. Visitors can attend the event freely, although there is an entrance fee of 10 dirhams at the park.

Microchipped.ae, a website for tracking the location of domestic animals, and Ma'an, a social support organization in the capital of the UAE, which deals with public and volunteer programs, have teamed up to hold this significant event.

However, besides searching for a new pet to take home, educational seminars will also be held here, dedicated to aspects such as rescuing homeless animals and caring for them. Visitors will learn how to use microchip scanners and, for example, how to clean up after pets. Additionally, prize draws will be held as part of the event.

Informative seminars will be conducted by veterinarians from Abu Dhabi. At 4:00 PM, Dr. Luis from Pet Pavilion will talk about emergency situations with stray dogs; at 5:00 PM, Dr. Rachel from British Vet will discuss the importance of trapping, neutering, and returning animals to their habitats; and at 6:00 PM, Dr. Amal from Pet Oasis will discuss how to deal with pet illnesses and their treatment.

It is worth reminding that the initiative was launched in December 2023 after the Department of Municipalities and Transport of Abu Dhabi began investigating the reasons for the dumping of over 150 cats in the desert area of Al Falah in October of the previous year.

The animal care program encourages volunteers to register on the volunteers.ae website to help at feeding stations in specially designated locations throughout the emirate. Currently, the main focus is on the areas of Al Rawdah, Khalifa City, Bahia, Mafraq, Al Raha, Rabdan, Abu Dhabi Gate City, Mina Zayed, and Al Reem.

2024-03-06
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