The documentary “The Park and Dogs: A story of love and volunteering” was released this Sunday, October 4, The Day of Saint Francis of Assisi, patron of animals and of nature – and presents us with the story of the 10 years of the Francis of Assisi Park, affiliated with the Fraternity – International Humanitarian Federation (FIHF).
During those years, hundreds of people donated their services with love and dedication and transformed an old pig slaughterhouse into a place full of love. Abandoned, sick, and mistreated dogs find the refuge, care and love needed for a new life. They are healed, neutered, and made available for adoption.
There are several sustainable branches of activity that are part of the project of the Park, such as reforestation of the Area of Permanent Protection (APP) and the correct use of water.