Animal Food Bank Poezewoef Wilrijk Vzw - Year 3


Our animal food bank still aims to keep humans and animals together by offering them assistance in the form of food, materials and veterinary costs. Weekly owners who for some reason are in financial difficulties and already own a pet may come to us for a food package for their pet. This consists of 1 pot dry food, wet food, sweets and sometimes frozen food, bones. In short, what we have inside is distributed neatly for our dogs and cats.

You can also apply for help with the veterinary costs via our #Caster project. We meet 50%. For Antwerp and its 9 districts (Berchem, Berendrecht, Borgerhout, Deurne, Ekeren, Hoboken, Merksem and Wilrijk) we also receive a grant for 6 months this year.

For the animals outside Antwerp we participate in events and we have a sales group. You can also always support us by donating food for our animals, or by making a donation via facebook.

We have saved a lot of pennies for the animals outside Antwerp with a lot of volunteers during the hottest week and they will be on our account at the end of the month (as soon as we know the amount we fill in on the dots) namely...

People can also apply for material that broke up with them and we try to replace that free of charge.

We get a lot of demand if we can participate in a distribution, an event, bake something, sew, tinkering and that's why we are going to put in various crafts and relax days for the owners. They also go to events, some that are already fixed open day 15 May, Zoiwizoo 6 and 7 June, dog festival 11 and 12 July (maybe beasty in October, the dog walk in December, a collection at tom and co in February)

During these events you can also bring your red pennies (big letters hihi), we always carry our poozewof pig and he likes to eat pennies.

YELLOW Ribbon: what is the yellow ribbon? Well, this is to make it clear to other people that they shouldn't get too close because the dog doesn't like this, which is sick, anxious, a help dog, in training you name it. Do you see a yellow ribbon on his leash or does he have a fluoh scarf on? Stay that at a distance.

OUR BIKE FOR 2020 - TOGETHER FOR THE ANIMALS AND THEIR OWNERS - THAT'S WHAT WE DO FOR.

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Power cable by Schiermonnikoog
Nature is invariably confused with emptiness. Also by Eric Wiebes, in his last week as Minister of Economic Affairs and Climate. He identified Schiermonnikoog and the mudflats underneath as the ideal place for two gigantic power lines. They must connect a future wind farm with the Eemshaven. The cable can also be around the mud flats, but that's more expensive. That's why the mud is UNESCO World Heritage Site and protected by European. Yet the Ministry of Economic Affairs can do what it wants, as long as biologists can't make it hard for nature to break down. But about nature we especially do not know a lot. You don't buy anything for question marks, and so nature is screwed.. At Schiermonnikoog, less than a thousand people live, and the mudflats seem empty. But with over ten thousand species of plants and animals, there's an explosion of biodiversity. Rare plants and animals besides, because there are only a handful of such tidal regions in the world. The Wadden Sea is the largest. Wanderfilm Schiermonnikoog -The Wadden That's why the mud is UNESCO World Heritage Site and protected by European. Yet the Ministry of Economic Affairs can do what it wants, as long as biologists can't make it hard for nature to break down. But about nature we especially do not know a lot. You don't buy anything for question marks, and so nature is screwed.. The Wadden Sea is a natural area of global importance, divided into three countries and surrounded by densely populated areas. The main threats to the area are mainly fisheries, industry, ports and shipping. Population developments, tourism and climate change are also a threat. It is therefore essential to ensure that the protection and conservation of the Wadden Sea play an important role in the planning and regulation of human co-use. In 1992, the European Union adopted a directive on the protection of special habitats: the Habitats Directive. The Habitats Directive covers lists of plant and animal species and natural habitats that deserve additional protection. Birds are excluded from this because a separate directive (the Birds Directive) has already been introduced before. The Habitats Directive prohibits an activity if the protection zone is affected by it. The Habitats Directive also refers to a 'proper assessment' of environmental impacts before an activity in the protection zone is authorised. Habitats to be protected include 'permanent with seawater of shallow depth On the intercession of D66, the House of Representatives will debate with ministers Bas van't Wout (Economic Affairs) and Carola Schouten (Nature) about the power lines to be dug under Schiermonnikoog. Apart from CDA, VVD, ChristenUnie and DENK, the entire House of Representatives supported the request of D66'er Tjeerd de Groot. He mentions the intention of the empire to dig a cable through the Wadden Island, an unblessed plan” that can seriously harm nature on Schiermonnikoog,,”.