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Animals need the help, care, and protection of humans. Be informed and fend for the rights to life of other species as well!

  • Animal, bird, and other species must be treated as equals and the need for protection extends to all beings that feel fear and pain!
  • Respect LIFE and fulfill the absolute obligation of ensuring wellbeing for different species regardless of what these species are and whether or not they benefit us in some way!
  • The wellbeing of every individual being must be guaranteed even if they do not carry a significance related to protection of the particular species!


2201, 2019

“Cold weather also endangers animals and birds!”

Estonian winter is currently exhibiting its rougher traits and the weather service forecasts bitter colds to last at least to the end of the week. The Animal Rescue Group hereby implores the owners of dogs that live outdoors in the yard to examine their pet’s doghouse with an exceedingly critical eye and take all possible measures to make sure the animal is indeed nice and warm in its kennel.  Short haired dogs and cats are especially vulnerable to severe colds [...]

511, 2018

“Animal Rescue team are collecting donations in order to purchase special vans”

"Animal Rescue team are collecting donations in order to purchase special vans!" - campaign aims at collecting donations for the purchase of special vans suited for animal rescue transportation. Animal Rescue Group NPO kicks off  the campaign to lasts until the end of the year to collect donations for the purchase of vans readjusted especially for pet transport. Today, the Group’s volunteers transport sick animals and animals involved in accidents in regular passenger vehicles which, however, poses a hazard both [...]

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“Animals are loose!” 

“Animalweb” >

Planned opening time:

“Animalweb” in socialmedia – end of 2018

“Animalweb” website – spring 2019

“Animals are loose!” series: autumn 2019

The founder and leader of the Animal Rescue Group Heiki Valner:

“My desire to start making a series and a magazine reporting on the joys and sorrows of different animal species dates back to 2008. As it was, though, my work as a reporter, my family, and attending to animals in need consumed all of my time and the idea was left collecting dust on the “Ideas and Dreams Awaiting Realization” shelf.

A few years ago I pulled myself together and did indeed finish my very first four episodes. There’s enough material to edit four more episodes as the summer long shoot produced quite a surplus of “crude material”. Yet, once again, I was buried under the needs of distressed animals and my animal stories never reached a wider audience. They probably never will as the stories are, by now, dated …

A series dedicated to animal health issues and providing advice and educational guidance to animal owners also lies in wait of being brought to life. Why not finally get these projects going!? This time around, bets would not be placed on TV but on the Internet, making us visible on computers and mobile phones. I don’t really feel like messing around with a mike and camera myself anymore but I am willing to lend a hand, heart and soul.

You don’t need to be a professional. I have been working in television for years and am there to provide any assistance and guidance until you’ll get a hang of it and are ready to proceed on your own. Naturally, qualities that you must already possess include a love of animals, eagerness for interpersonal communication, sincerity, no fear of public performance, a will to act, and a sense of mission. Proficiency in our beautiful native language, both in speech and writing, indeed only helps as well. We won’t get to this project before next year but do think about it and weigh it out – if you think you have what it takes to film, edit, and report, do contact me at toimetus@loomaveeb.ee


You say that you really care?

Hopefully, these are not just empty words!

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