I formed ‘Serbian Animals Voice’ about 13 years ago because I wanted to let Europe and the world know about the abuses that were happening on our doorstep – Europe, 2005+. I attempted to be a voice for the voiceless who endured / are still enduring illegal activities by the government and regional authorities.
Read more on this issue at https://serbiananimalsvoice.com/about-serbian-animals/
If you go to the ‘Home’ tab you can access our archive of all the years campaigning. There are some very disturbing videos and photographs here – this is the reality of the Serbian government attitude to animals.
Home page link – https://serbiananimalsvoice.com/ – here on the left you can access all of our archive posts.
An insight into all parties involved in the campaign – https://serbiananimalsvoice.com/about-us/
Finally, never judge a nation by the actions of just some. There are some brilliant animal welfare people in Serbia; working with very limited resources; and it has been a real pleasure for me to get to know them and work with them over all these years.
I also set up a SAV Facebook page which is a real hit with people. We have over 1,300 members of the group, which puts out appeals for help; animal adoptions and acts as a general community action site for the many small but brilliant, dedicated shelters found throughout Serbia.
Here is the link to SAV Facebook – well worth a visit and supporting the organisations –
This site WAV has now been formed from the success of SAV. WAV (this site) covers global animal welfare issues rather than that of just Serbia. SAV will remain open as a reference archive source and new WAV posts will also be posted there.
Regards to you all and keep on fighting the fight. Mark.
Its no easier for us to look at these photos than it is for anyone else.
This is the reality – we have always had a policy of showing / telling the truth and not dressing up things to be what they are not. Every image of Serbian animal abuses increases the determination to expose the truth and to ‘keep on keeping on’. It can be hard sometimes, but nothing compared to their suffering.
Here are just a few photos from our massive Serbian archive: