A loving mother, a loyal friend, Milky and her puppies were a source of daily joy for most of the residents in the area. They fed her on regular basis, brought their children to play with her, and considered her to be a dog everyone in the area could get to love and enjoy.
After a month of negotiating with the owner, Animals Lebanon was finally able to close down one of the worst zoos in Lebanon and give the animals the care they so desperately need. On Friday, 13 February, we rescued nearly 40 animals.
I want to wish everyone a very happy new year and welcome you to the new website of Animals Lebanon. We start 2011 with a completely redesigned logo and website - a look which reflects our growth and achievement
Animals Lebanon supporters from throughout the country gathered today in the Al Shouf Cedar Nature Reserve to take part in the planting of 1,000 trees to celebrate World Animal Day. Under the patronage of the Minister of Environment, H.E. Mr. Mohammad Rahal, the trees were planted to help restore the forests