Welcome to our animal welfare association site. We are pleased that you are visiting our site and providing us with the opportunity to inform you of our activities and efforts regarding the active protection of animals.

Our association is a registered association and was founded in 2020.

For quite some time, the founders: Claudia Jung-Tsahuridis, Gabriele Hercik and Stefanie Winkler, have been involved in animal protection. We got acquainted during joint activities and quickly found that we have common interests. Of course, as individuals, there are limitations as to what one can do and we therefore decided to establish the REGISTERED PHILOZOIC ASSOCIATION PLAGIARI. Our aim is to reduce, as far as possible the difficulties of stray animals and to support animal lovers in Greece.

Over a long period in Northern Greece we have come to know many people who are actively engaged in animal welfare on a voluntary basis. This often means spending their own money in order to help stray dogs and cats. It is a heartfelt matter for us to support them financially and psychologically in terms of medical examinations, vaccinations, medications, neutering, surgeries and other material aid.

With the establishment of our association and the support of other animal lovers we will now be able to achieve much more when it comes to the issue of animal protection in Greece.





  • The story of a dog that was tied up for years
    One day Claudia and Paul Tsachouridis drove us to a plot of land in Thessaloniki (Greece) where we happened to stop to take off our jackets due to the heat despite being still February. Suddenly I noticed … Continued
  • The story of a dog from a shelter
    One day in Greece I, Claudia, took my mother to an animal shelter, which was run by some animal lovers, because she wanted to adopt a dog again.Looking around she saw a lot of puppies and the … Continued
  • The small scared Neyla
    We, Stefanie and Manfred Winkler, were in the small shelter our friend Thomas, when a little white dog caught our attention. When we asked Thomas about it we found out that no one wanted to adopt her, because … Continued