Harmony Fund: It’s All About Your Heart. Please Become A Supporter Now.


We have a monthly standing order with the Harmony Fund which provides animal rescue and food services around the world to those in need. We have a passion to help stray animals in Serbia; and we make the request that our donation goes to helping Serbian animals. As you can see below, it gives us great pleasure to know that many Serbian animals, and lots of others, are being helped to get food via the Harmony Fund membership scheme.


If you can become a Harmony member and give a donation to help feed animals in need then please click on the link to sign up, or give a one off donation.

In their own words:


The Harmony Fund


The Harmony Fund offers a lifeline to so called “underdog” animal rescue squads across the planet. Our partners are the small but incredibly courageous and effective animal rescue teams who operate in parts of the world where funding is very hard to come by. Our supporters are helping us to dramatically impact the capacity of these rescue teams to touch thousands upon thousands of animals who might otherwise be unreachable.

Gratitude and respect are at the cornerstone of our relationship with our supporters. We do not expose our supporters to graphic photos of animal suffering or distribute dire forecasts about animal suffering. Instead we focus on a spirit of joy and determination as we pursue essential operations to provide food, veterinary medicine, shelter and protection from cruelty for animals worldwide.

Home page – https://harmonyfund.org/

Here is a video which shows the amazing work done by Harmony to get food to animals in need. We are very pleased that our monthly standing order helps to put food into hungry little mouths. Stray animals don’t ask for anything; survival is their daily aim, and by helping them with the basics such as food you will be helping to make their daily lives just a little easier

Harmony Fund Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/HarmonyFundAnimalRescue/

Watch some amazing videos by clicking on this link – https://harmonyfund.org/videos

Today we have so much to be grateful for and it’s all because of you. The last several weeks have been transformational as we locked arms with rescue squads internationally to provide food for thousands of animals in shelters and on the street.

The rescuers typically start before dawn to prepare meals for the animals who wait for them on the street, in warehouses, on the grounds of cemeteries and at the edge of the forest.

The folks we work with don’t have uniforms or nice vans with a logo painted on the side. They are running a bare bones mission using the most meager of resources, yet they are saving lives hand-over-fist. Over and over again, they tell us how astonished they are that people from far away are helping. Our aid means the difference between them being able to feed the animals once a week and being able to feed them every day.

All the images you see below are as a direct result of your contributions. Today we send out special thanks to our monthly donors who truly move mountains.

We hope all of you will enjoy this small update on our work.



Regards Mark


Mass infection with corona in a German slaughterhouse

Communication offensive at Müller-Meat-Company: Around three weeks after the start of the massive corona infection among employees with 300 people affected, the management responded to the “most serious crisis” in the company’s 50-year history by telephone conference.

Almost at the same time, the DGB (German trade union federation) also takes cell phones in hand and calls the family business in Birkenfeld the “cause of the catastrophe”.

According to the government in Bucharest, more than 200 Romanian workers have been infected with the corona virus. The Foreign Ministry said that they are not seasonal workers, but employees of subcontractors of the German meat company.

In addition to the Romanians, around 100 other local workers had also tested positive for the corona virus, the ministry also said, citing information from the German authorities.

All infected people are in quarantine. According to the local authorities, about five infected people are being treated in hospital, and one is being ventilated with machines.

A total of 500 Romanians are employed in the slaughterhouse, but also from Poland and Hungary.

“No foreign employee is threatened existentially”, say the miller’s bosses against the rumors about the social situation. All are covered by health and social insurance – this is also part of the audit guidelines.

The fact that there are so many foreign workers is due to the situation in Germany.

Regionally there are hardly any butcher jobs.

The operation with a total of 1100 employees continues to run “somewhat reduced”, said a spokesman for the company. 50 new employees are coming.

At Müller-Company, the effects of the major infection are that “the meat products are fully marketable and can be consumed safely”.

The slaughtering capacities had been adjusted to the lower workforce, delivery obligations could be “fully” fulfilled.

Companies and the health department see no risk to consumers.


I have no comment, but…The German animal rights organization (“Animal Peace”) has written a humorous and very enlightening comment on this incident:

Animal-Peace curious:

Commissioned by animals, we have the following questions for the corona experts:

1. Can viruses be transmitted to the body parts of the murder victims?

2. How long does the virus survive on corpses?

3. Up to what temperature can corpses be heated so that the virus remains active when consumed?

4. Can the human get infected through virus consumption?

In anticipation of positive news, we remain with kind regards,


My best regards to all, Venus


Animal ethics our society: use and throw away!

In the corona quarantine, a dog or a cat as a playmate?

Sounds like fun, but the bizarre trend is causing trouble in the shelter.

Ban on contact, keeping distance and little prospect of loosening in times of the corona crisis. S

itting at home is often particularly difficult to bear, especially for single people.

But also families with children often hardly know how to keep the little ones busy.

How good that there are dogs and cats, many think. A bizarre trend has developed in Hessen, Germany.


Coronavirus is the trigger: A dog or a cat forbidding contact – the phone does not stand still in the shelter!!

Shortly after the Corona ban on contact was also introduced in Hesse, the telephone of the “Animal Protection Association Frankfurt am Main”  suddenly does not stand still in the shelter!!

And the staff at the shelter were amazed when the first request reached them: Whether it is possible to rent dogs and cats. Temporary – because of the corona crisis.

The pet, dog or cat would then be returned when the corona measures were relaxed again.

And it was far from the case of individual inquiries, explains Sabine Urbainsky from the Frankfurt animal shelter: “It was really a lot, it was actually so bad at the beginning that the phone rang almost only because of that. The most popular loan pet was the dog, and cats were only asked occasionally”.

Corona crisis: temporary pets – and if the corona measures are relaxed, the animal can be given back.

With sentences like “I would have a lot of time for a dog in the home office right now,” and “with me the pet is better off than in the kennel”, people of all stripes justified their request.

Even a father called, says the animal shelter manager from Frankfurt.

Because his son is in front of his computer all the time, a dog would be great (!!!). Then the son would finally go out again.

But if the school started again after the corona measures were relaxed, the family would want to give the dog back because there was no time for a pet.

Of course no dog and cat or other pets will be arranged on a temporary basis, says the shelter manager Sabine Urbainsky.

“The pet doesn’t understand the whole thing. It thinks it has a new home and then suddenly ends up in the shelter again. There are pets that break down mentally, ” explains the shelter manager.

“Dogs or cats that suddenly lose their homes often develop lethargic behavior and refuse to eat. The animal shelter staff then have their hands full to pep up the animal again”.


And I mean..We can see what the current moral of this society is: use and throw away.

There is nothing worse for an animal than losing its home.
The joy, the conviviality, the security that is built up while living together is gone in one day.

This is man’s betrayal of the animal!

If some feel lonely and underemployed, have to go to animal shelters themselves and lead the – also lonely – dogs to a walk. Or help with the amount of work that the stressed employees do for the animals.

The loneliness in Corona times is temporary.
The loneliness of the animals in the animal shelters is lifelong.

Be a responsible adopter and give an animal love and partnership for life!



My best regards to all, Venus