Stray animals get helping at Medipol

In order to protect stray animals and healthily maintain their lives, Medipol helps the animals that need treatment in this context.

 

Istanbul Medipol University aims to protect and improve the living conditions of our cute friends which live on the campus. The university meets all their vaccine, shaving, treatment, leash and nutritional needs. The Istanbul Medipol University Medical Research Center team and students created living spaces in and around the campus to protect stray animals from being affected by negative environmental factors. Cat and dog kennels built by the conditions for all seasons were placed in the designated areas. Our cute friends walking freely on the campuses, even attend classes with the students.

MEETING NUTRITION AND TREATMENT NEEDS FOR STRAY ANIMALS

 

Istanbul Medipol University, which makes stray animals feeling at home, also provides dry food and nutrition support to the animals which can’t find food easily. Foods in the feeding units created in and around the campus are refreshed every day and serviced to cute friends. Medipol, which cooperates with Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality and Beykoz Municipality to protect stray animals and healthily maintain their lives, helps the animals that need treatment. Medipol also provides vaccines, first aid and minor surgical operation for the animals in need. Engagement Director of Istanbul Medipol University Medical Research Center Veterinarian Ekrem Musa Ozdemir also provides consultation for the staff by vaccinating the animals they adopt.

 

STUDENTS VISIT THE SHELTERS AND ADOPT ANIMALS

 

While Istanbul Medipol University helps our lovely friends in every way they can, Medipol students try to raise awareness under the roof of ‘Animal and Nature Conservation Club’. Students who regularly visit animal shelters held numerous seminars to raise awareness of animal rights. Students meet the needs of our cute friends by organizing charity sales and saving up their own pocket money. On the other hand, students who take an active role in the recovery process of the animals, help our cute friends to be adopted and find a cozy home.