Our Mission to #FeedAStrayADay
Traveling to every country of the world is both fulfilling and and eye-opening. As we roam the backroads of each country we visit, it becomes increasingly apparent the global issue of stray dogs that inhabit less developed countries.
On an almost daily basis, we are greeted by stray dogs. These dogs are often writhed with fleas, suffering some sort of previous injury (typically having been hit by a car), abused by the locals and malnourished to the point that we can count the bones on their withering bodies.
These stray dogs do not know love. They do not know when their next meal will be. The world that is so beautiful to many of us is a harsh and cruel place for them.
They deserve better and we have the ability to make it better for them.
Here are some of the animals Captain Manicorn found and has taken off of the streets and into loving homes
Found dying on the side of the road, Little Bear now lives a pampered life in Texas
Found in the forest of Albania, Journey started as a Foster but now is a permanent part of the Captain Manicorn Crew
Found on top of a desolate mountain, Callie now lives in a loving home in Spain
Found while Captain Manicorn was building their van, Kittycorn was close to death but nursed back to health and now lives in a loving home in Greece.
Found on the streets of Turkey, she is currently traveling with the Captain Manicorn team while they look for a good home for her
Did you know there are
Strays dogs in the world?
Our Vision for Global Impact
Our vision is to create a global movement in which every day, thousands of starving dogs around the world receive a much needed meal
How will we accomplish this?
Imagine if only 1 person in every country fed 1 stray dog a week. That would add up to 10,296 stray dogs enjoying a meal every year. Now imagine if 1 person in every country fed 1 stray dog a day. Now you have 72,270 stray dogs receiving the love and attention they deserve every year.
Through our show, we will advocate for feeding strays with the goal of starting a global movement called #FeedAStrayADay.