Pesaleidja, Tallinn, Estonia

Contacts

Visiting address: Tammsaare tee 89, Tallinn, 10313 Estonia
Open hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 13:00-19:00; Saturday, Sunday 13:00-17:00
Phone number: +3725500072
Spoken languages: 🇪🇪 🇬🇧 🇷🇺

Official transfer fees of the shelter

🐱 Cat (adult) – 35 EUR for 🇪🇪 residents / 75 EUR for 🇪🇺 residents (includes EU Travel Pass and anti-rabies vaccine)
🐱 Cat (junior kitten) – 50 EUR / 100 EUR for 🇪🇺 residents (includes EU Travel Pass and anti-rabies vaccine)

🐱🐱 2 Cats at once (adults) – 50 EUR for 🇪🇪 residents
🐱🐱 2 Cats at once (kittens) – 80 EUR for 🇪🇪 residents

🐕 Adult dog – 35 EUR

What does the transfer fee include?

  • inspection of the animal by a veterinarian
  • vaccination with a complex vaccine
  • parasitic control
  • microchip labeling and State registration
  • sterilization or neutering (in many animal cases)
  • the opportunity bring the animal back to the shelter
  • help from shelter volunteers with animal behavioral or health problems

This shelter is operated by Pesaleidja MTÜ (NGO). Pesaleidja NGO is the largest volunteer-run shelter for homeless animals in Estonia. On a daily basis, over 400 unfortunate souls are in the care of Nursing Homes in the cat room and in the care homes, and our volunteers care about 600 animals per year.

Virumaa, Estonia

Contacts

Visiting address: Kasarmu 3, Rakvere, 44317 Estonia
Open hours: Monday-Friday 13:00-16:00, Saturday 11:00-13:00
Phone number: +372 53090510
Spoken languages: 🇪🇪 🇬🇧

Official transfer fees of the shelter

🐕 Adult dog – 50 EUR (for elderly people aged 60 y.o. and more – 25 EUR)
🐶 Junior dog (puppy up to 6 months old) – 70 EUR
🐱 Cat (any age) – 35 EUR (for elderly people aged 60 y.o. and more – 15 EUR)
🐁 Other small animals – 10 EUR

🇪🇺 For both dogs and cats, an EU Travel Pass can be pre-booked and issued for an additional fee of 10 EUR.

What does the transfer fee include?

  • inspection of the animal by a veterinarian
  • vaccination with a complex vaccine and against rabies
  • parasitic control
  • microchip labeling and State registration
  • sterilization or neutering (in many animal cases)
  • for adult cats FIV/FeLV test
  • the opportunity bring the animal back to the shelter

This shelter is operated by Varjupaikade MTÜ (Animal Shelters NGO). The biggest NGO dealing with homeless animals in Estonia. Their shelters are located in Lääne County, Pärnu, Tallinn, Valga, Viljandi, Lääne-Viru County, Võru. The NGO constantly looks after about 100 dogs and 400 cats.

Viljandi, Estonia

Contacts

Visiting address: Tüma, Mustivere, Viljandi vald, Viljandimaa, 71067 Estonia
Open hours: Monday-Friday 13:00-16:00, Saturaday 12:00-14:00
Phone number: +372 5238626
Spoken languages: 🇪🇪 🇬🇧

Official transfer fees of the shelter

🐕 Adult dog – 50 EUR (for elderly people aged 60 y.o. and more – 25 EUR)
🐶 Junior dog (puppy up to 6 months old) – 70 EUR
🐱 Cat (any age) – 35 EUR (for elderly people aged 60 y.o. and more – 15 EUR)
🐁 Other small animals – 10 EUR

🇪🇺 For both dogs and cats, an EU Travel Pass can be pre-booked and issued for an additional fee of 10 EUR.

What does the transfer fee include?

  • inspection of the animal by a veterinarian
  • vaccination with a complex vaccine and against rabies
  • parasitic control
  • microchip labeling and State registration
  • sterilization or neutering (in many animal cases)
  • for adult cats FIV/FeLV test
  • the opportunity bring the animal back to the shelter

This shelter is operated by Varjupaikade MTÜ (Animal Shelters NGO). The biggest NGO dealing with homeless animals in Estonia. Their shelters are located in Lääne County, Pärnu, Tallinn, Valga, Viljandi, Lääne-Viru County, Võru. The NGO constantly looks after about 100 dogs and 400 cats.

Pärnu, Estonia

Contacts

Visiting address: Raba 32, Pärnu, 80043 Estonia
Open hours: Tuesday-Friday 12:00-17:00, Saturday-Sunday 12:00-14:00
Phone number: +372 5246705
Spoken languages: 🇪🇪 🇬🇧

Official transfer fees of the shelter

🐕 Adult dog – 50 EUR (for elderly people aged 60 y.o. and more – 25 EUR)
🐶 Junior dog (puppy up to 6 months old) – 70 EUR
🐱 Cat (any age) – 35 EUR (for elderly people aged 60 y.o. and more – 15 EUR)
🐁 Other small animals – 10 EUR

🇪🇺 For both dogs and cats, an EU Travel Pass can be pre-booked and issued for an additional fee of 10 EUR.

What does the transfer fee include?

  • inspection of the animal by a veterinarian
  • vaccination with a complex vaccine and against rabies
  • parasitic control
  • microchip labeling and State registration
  • sterilization or neutering (in many animal cases)
  • for adult cats FIV/FeLV test
  • the opportunity bring the animal back to the shelter

This shelter is operated by Varjupaikade MTÜ (Animal Shelters NGO). The biggest NGO dealing with homeless animals in Estonia. Their shelters are located in Lääne County, Pärnu, Tallinn, Valga, Viljandi, Lääne-Viru County, Võru. The NGO constantly looks after about 100 dogs and 400 cats.

Läänemaa, Estonia

Contacts

Visiting address: Viigardi, Vilkla küla, Haapsalu linn, Läänemaa 90422 Estonia
Open hours: Monday-Friday 10:00-11:00, Saturday-Sunday 10:00-11:00 and 17:00-18:00
Phone number: +372 5238957
Spoken languages: 🇪🇪 🇬🇧

Official transfer fees of the shelter

🐕 Adult dog – 50 EUR (for elderly people aged 60 y.o. and more – 25 EUR)
🐶 Junior dog (puppy up to 6 months old) – 70 EUR
🐱 Cat (any age) – 35 EUR (for elderly people aged 60 y.o. and more – 15 EUR)
🐁 Other small animals – 10 EUR

🇪🇺 For both dogs and cats, an EU Travel Pass can be pre-booked and issued for an additional fee of 10 EUR.

What does the transfer fee include?

  • inspection of the animal by a veterinarian
  • vaccination with a complex vaccine and against rabies
  • parasitic control
  • microchip labeling and State registration
  • sterilization or neutering (in many animal cases)
  • for adult cats FIV/FeLV test
  • the opportunity bring the animal back to the shelter

This shelter is operated by Varjupaikade MTÜ (Animal Shelters NGO). The biggest NGO dealing with homeless animals in Estonia. Their shelters are located in Lääne County, Pärnu, Tallinn, Valga, Viljandi, Lääne-Viru County, Võru. The NGO constantly looks after about 100 dogs and 400 cats.

Võru, Estonia

Contacts

Visiting address: Lühike 3, Võru, 65604 Estonia
Open hours: Tuesday-Friday 14:00-16:00, Saturday 12:00-15:00
Phone number: +372 53404223
Spoken languages: 🇪🇪 🇬🇧

Official transfer fees of the shelter

🐕 Adult dog – 50 EUR (for elderly people aged 60 y.o. and more – 25 EUR)
🐶 Junior dog (puppy up to 6 months old) – 70 EUR
🐱 Cat (any age) – 35 EUR (for elderly people aged 60 y.o. and more – 15 EUR)
🐁 Other small animals – 10 EUR

🇪🇺 For both dogs and cats, an EU Travel Pass can be pre-booked and issued for an additional fee of 10 EUR.

What does the transfer fee include?

  • inspection of the animal by a veterinarian
  • vaccination with a complex vaccine and against rabies
  • parasitic control
  • microchip labeling and State registration
  • sterilization or neutering (in many animal cases)
  • for adult cats FIV/FeLV test
  • the opportunity bring the animal back to the shelter

This shelter is operated by Varjupaikade MTÜ (Animal Shelters NGO). The biggest NGO dealing with homeless animals in Estonia. Their shelters are located in Lääne County, Pärnu, Tallinn, Valga, Viljandi, Lääne-Viru County, Võru. The NGO constantly looks after about 100 dogs and 400 cats.

Valga, Estonia

Contacts

Visiting address: Laatsi 11a, Valga Estonia
Open hours: Monday-Friday 13:00-17:00; Saturday 11:00-16:00
Phone number:+372 5299880
Spoken languages: 🇪🇪 🇬🇧

Official transfer fees of the shelter

🐕 Adult dog – 50 EUR (for elderly people aged 60 y.o. and more – 25 EUR)
🐶 Junior dog (puppy up to 6 months old) – 70 EUR
🐱 Cat (any age) – 35 EUR (for elderly people aged 60 y.o. and more – 15 EUR)
🐁 Other small animals – 10 EUR

🇪🇺 For both dogs and cats, an EU Travel Pass can be pre-booked and issued for an additional fee of 10 EUR.

What does the transfer fee include?

  • inspection of the animal by a veterinarian
  • vaccination with a complex vaccine and against rabies
  • parasitic control
  • microchip labeling and State registration
  • sterilization or neutering (in many animal cases)
  • for adult cats FIV/FeLV test
  • the opportunity bring the animal back to the shelter

This shelter is operated by Varjupaikade MTÜ (Animal Shelters NGO). The biggest NGO dealing with homeless animals in Estonia. Their shelters are located in Lääne County, Pärnu, Tallinn, Valga, Viljandi, Lääne-Viru County, Võru. The NGO constantly looks after about 100 dogs and 400 cats.

Paljasaare, Tallinn, Estonia

Contacts

Visiting address: Paljassaare tee 85, Tallinn, 10313 Estonia
Open hours: daily 14:00-18:00
Phone number: +372 5141431
Spoken languages: 🇪🇪 🇬🇧 🇷🇺

Official transfer fees of the shelter

🐕 Adult dog – 50 EUR (for elderly people aged 60 y.o. and more – 25 EUR)
🐶 Junior dog (puppy up to 6 months old) – 70 EUR
🐱 Cat (any age) – 35 EUR (for elderly people aged 60 y.o. and more – 15 EUR)
🐁 Other small animals – 10 EUR

🇪🇺 For both dogs and cats, an EU Travel Pass can be pre-booked and issued for an additional fee of 10 EUR.

What does the transfer fee include?

  • inspection of the animal by a veterinarian
  • vaccination with a complex vaccine and against rabies
  • parasitic control
  • microchip labeling and State registration
  • sterilization or neutering (in many animal cases)
  • for adult cats FIV/FeLV test
  • the opportunity bring the animal back to the shelter

This shelter is operated by Varjupaikade MTÜ (Animal Shelters NGO). The biggest NGO dealing with homeless animals in Estonia. Their shelters are located in Lääne County, Pärnu, Tallinn, Valga, Viljandi, Lääne-Viru County, Võru. The NGO constantly looks after about 100 dogs and 400 cats.