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About us 

Animal Protection Aegina Agistri (APAA) is a non-profit charity "founded in 2006"  operating on the Greek islands of Aegina and Agistri, in the Saronic Gulf.


APAA is managed by a five-member committee elected by the general assembly every three years. The current members of the committee are: Irini Molfessi-President, Katerina Athanasiou-Vice President, Elizabeth Koubena-Secretary, Karin Adrio-Appel-Treasurer, Maria-Christina Kalogera-Member, and Danae Seemann, Julie Oldroyd and Manuela Tillack-Luebke-Alternates. 


APAA provides care to abandoned companion animals and helps keep the population of strays under control. APAA spays/neuters over 800 stray cats and dogs each year, while also providing medical care, vaccinations and food. APAA owns a dog shelter and runs a successful rehoming program. 


APAA works with partner- charity Aegean Dogs, set up in Germany to support the shelter and the homing program

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the dogs at shelter animal protection aegina
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