USA 
Feline Friends
Duo Duo Animal Welfare​
Sum of Us (Worldwide)
India
Guardians for the Voiceless
Wildlife SOS
The Asswin Project
Korea
KARA Korean Dogs Rescue
Thailand 
Soi  Dog Foundation
China
Together for Animals
Egypt
Animal Diplomacy for ESMA

Special Needs Cats to USA
Poor Egyptian Cats
Cairo Petshop Rescue
Bilkes Animal Rescue
Heidi Mohamed/Cat Rescue
Bali
Bali Animal Welfare Assoc.
Japan
Japan Cat Rescue


UK 
Ruff Beginnings, Scotland
Hillside Animal Sanctuary
The Donkey Sanctuary
The Brooke
Animal Equality
Towerhill Stables
World Animal Friends
The Flicka Foundation
​Brook Farm Animal Sanctuary
​Cats R Us​
Save the Strays N'thampton
and other local cat rescues
Local neglected gypsy horses
 ​Intl (NL)    
Four Paws
​SPANA
 Bosnia  & Hertzegovina     
Bosnia Cat Rescue
Dalida Kozlic
Marrianne's Dog Food Bank
Building a Shelter
Elmedina Bajsanovic/69 dogs
Care of Dogs & Cats/strays
Hope VMS
Sanela Sujoldzie
 Serbia       
Ljilijana Mitrovic
Sasha Pesic Dog Rescue
​Kitty Cat Rescue
Goran Gryin

The following are those that Animal Utopia has helped so far . . .

Those we have helped

Romania 
M.G. Rescue
Friends 4 Paws Shelter
Ass. League of Animal  Rescue
Romanian Animal Rescue -
(RAR spay/neuter fund)
Sonia's Rescued Souls
Maz N. Horace for ASNI
SAVA's Safe Haven
Save the Death Camp Dogs
Ville Shelter, Bacau
Cristina Blaj, Timisoara
Romania Blue Rescue
Dogs & Cats Rescue
Christina Octavia
Merima Hasonovic
Florentina Iordana
Spay and Neuter
Bulgaria
Rudozem Street Dogs Rescue

Bulgarian Street cats & Dogs
 
Spain
Costa Blanca Dog Homing
Cyprus
Tala Monastery Cats

Parvolia Pound/Puppies
Greece
Afrodite Animal Rescue
Elaine Karmasyn Cat/Dog Rescue

Greek Street Dogs
Italy
Parodi's Cats/ spaying strays

All the above were helped with a financial donation

and/or a care package, examples of which you 

can see here below.

In Wintertime we at Animal Utopia do what we can for local neglected gypsy horses.  They are often around town in the soggy barren fields.

These below are lucky not to be tethered but they have no shelter and get no food except what we bring - hay, carrots and a healthy oat/treacle 'meusli' .

This poor foal below showed signs of lethargy and was pushed away by the dominant horses.  The extended belly is a sign of possible worm infestation; it's certainly not from over-eating!

The teasels embedded in their manes, tails and hides must be agony.

Eli Transport bring rescued animals from Romania to the UK.  We met with them to donate 150 kilos of wet and dry  dog and catfood and clothing for needy families.

Site design - E.C. & S.J. Rickman 

Animal Utopia  - Aug 2014