Cats in Beirut Souks to be vaccinated and neutered

In collaboration with Animals Lebanon, Beirut Souks will vaccinate and neuter the resident cats of the souk. If you wish to adopt one of the cats in the souk, fill this form.   Last year, Lebanon witnessed a series of dog poisoning. Activists and some municipalities are working hard to protect civilians and stray animals. For instance, the

municipalities of Tripoli

and Barbara have vaccinated homeless dogs against rabies. Cats and dogs can transmit rabies, which is a deadly virus, to humans through bites and scratches. Poisoning should never be an option. The Ministry of Agriculture announced that it would launch an action plan to fight against rabies. According to


, the strategy includes three parts: vaccination, education, and controlling the number of stray dogs. It’s a good start!

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Cats in Beirut Souks to be vaccinated and neutered

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