Animal shelter Hayot in Tashkent Uzbekistan
Animal shelter Hayot located in the suburb of Tashkent (Uzbekistan) was founded by Iroda Matkarimova in 2018 and now keeps 4000+ dogs. 2000+ rehomed
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Dogs and Cats Exhibition "Way Home"

Exhibition Way Home" presented cats and dogs rescued by volunteers of animal shelters "Hayot" and "Mushukkent".

PEOPLE's Quick Guide: How to Keep Animals from Being Captured by Animal Control

Date: 13.04.2021

Paintings auction and fluffy tails: how the SOKO-fest in support of homeless animals was held in Tashkent

Date: 31.05.2021

The Mayor of Almalyk offered a new land plot for a branch of the Hayot shelter

Date: 03.12.2020

A dog is the best friend: homeless animals looking for owners at SOKO Festival

TASHKENT, May 31 2021 - Sputnik. The first festival devoted to homeless animals was held in the capital of Uzbekistan. How shelters for stray animals can change the lives of cats and dogs, and rescue them from animal catching and control services, was addressed by Sputnik.

Even a cat wants to feel safe

Photo by Evgenia Grande

A group of volunteers from the "Hayot" shelter visited the Syrdarya region to save the animals left behind after the flood. Photo and video

Uzbekistan, Tashkent - newspaper.

Shelter for stray animals

An entrepreneur from Uzbekistan created a shelter for homeless animals, particularly dogs. According to Iroda Matkarimova, there is a lot of cruelty towards animals in Uzbekistan. In her opinion, all homeless animals should live in shelters. However, she is no longer able to maintain the shelter with her own money, the shelter needs additional funds. At present, Iroda Matkarimova is looking for investors who could help with the realisation of the noble idea: Helping all the homeless animals in the country.

Sabina Mustayeva, a former contestant on "The Voice", visited the "Hayot" dog shelter and encouraged her followers to help it.

Yesterday the winner of "Voice. Children" Sabina Mustayeva went to visit "Hayot" shelter for abandoned animals. The girl went there with her family. In her Instagram stories, the singer asked her subscribers to help the shelter.

Patients with COVID-19 disease may temporarily leave their pets in the “Hayot” shelter

“Tashkent residents that are under quarantine due to COVID-19 disease can leave their pets for two weeks in the shelter "Hayot".” - The head of the State Inspectorate of Sanitary and Epidemiological Welfare Nurmat Otabekov said to the correspondent of