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They need our attention

Obtaining a visa gives people joy, happiness, and positive feelings! Because in most cases, people change the country for traveling, relax, or a better job. But what about animals? Unlike humans, the visit of animals to other countries does not always bring positive moments.

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OUR GOAL
Animal welfare improvement
Animal welfare refers to the physical and psychological well-being of animals. Improving animal welfare involves providing for the basic needs of animals, such as proper nutrition, shelter, and veterinary care, as well as addressing issues such as stress, pain, and fear. Many people believe that animals have moral values and that it is our responsibility to treat them with compassion and respect. Protecting animals and their habitats is essential for maintaining biodiversity and the ecological balance of ecosystems. Animal welfare is also closely linked to environmental sustainability, as the way we use and manage animals can have an impact on natural resources and ecosystems. Today, animal cruelty has become an international concern. Animals are subjected to harsh treatment because of human needs. Our goal is to prevent animal cruelty and neglect.
Animal welfare improvement

Picklife NFTs

Anyone could donate to this Animal Welfare Project by buying NFTs of the selected animals through the Opensea links.

Vanda
Stevie
Sasha
Max
Balu
Nosik
Pretti
Ronald
Bekele
The entire project's income will be donated to Jallikattu.
"Jallikattu" project
Jallikattu is typically practised in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu as a part of Pongal celebrations on Mattu Pongal day, which occurs annually in January. January 2022, PETA India investigated seven jallikattu events in Tamil Nadu, highlighting, such events’ extreme cruelty to bulls. PETA India’s petition states that these events are inherently cruel forms of bullying that exploit bulls’ natural instinct as prey animals to flee in response to pain and fear. The evidence, in the form of photographs and video footage, shows that during jallikattu events, bulls are hit, tackled, and poked with wooden sticks (including nail-studded ones) and other sharp objects. Their tails are bitten and twisted, and they’re treated in other cruel ways. At four out of the seven jallikattu events investigated in 2022, exhausted and dehydrated animals were forced to participate after being made to stand in queues for several hours without overhead shelter or sufficient water or feed.
"Jallikattu" project
Don’t just take our word for it here’s what attendees love about
Ibrahim
Ibrahim
Eco Activist
I am really excited about this project!
Nicola
Nicola
Eco Activist
Animals need love and care. By becoming involved in this project, you can make improvements in their lives.
Tami
Tami
Eco influencer
Brilliant idea. I would love to support this project!
Andrea
Andrea
Influencer
Looking forward to being a part of Picklife. Good luck!
Nigar
Nigar
Eco influencer
Great idea! Let's work together to protect animals.