AAE ‘s mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and give better lives to the stray, working and abandoned animals in Alexandria, Egypt.
AAE will help any animal in distress or suffering and will work towards educating the people and government on humane treatment of all animals.
AAE works through science, law, and creative media to secure a future for all species, great or small, hovering on the brink of extinction.
AAE’s scope of animals to help includes cats and dogs, working animals [eg. donkeys, mules, horses and camels], wild life animals and farm animals [eg. cows, sheep, goats and pigs], birds and native animals.
AAE is a registered non profit charity established in December 2008 in partnership with Animal Aid Abroad Inc. in Australia.
AAE believes that compassion, kindness and empathy should not be rationed to only humans. An animal feels pain, bewilderment and loss like you and me. It gives love, loyalty and companionship with unselfish intensity


Our Purpose

- provide medical treatment and rescue of injured, suffering and distressed animals.
- Spay and neuter cats and dogs including stray, street and owned animals. Begin a spay and neuter program for dogs and cats in Alexandria. The Animal Birth Control [ABC] program will include vaccinating animals against transmittable diseases such as rabies.
- Provide a mobile clinic service for rescues and medical treatment of equines, camels and farm animals. The mobile clinic will also serve as a mobile educational facility to help and teach equine owners, farm animal owners and people who have pets how to care and treat there animals humanely.
- Provide on-going awareness campaigns and workshops for pet owners and people who have animals .
- Promote re-homing and adoptions of rescued cats and dogs- locally and internationally.
- Provide disaster relief in areas around Alexandria and in Egypt generally in case of a natural disaster where animals are involved.


Promote and campaign against the exploitation and hunting of native wildlife by working with government groups, other animal wildlife groups and the public.'
Monitoring programs and awareness campaigns that tie biological responses to on-the-ground management actions within the context guide of wildlife, Egyptian law and CITES authorities.

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