Animal Protection Office

German animal protection Office presented its new logo German animal protection Office presented its new logo In the course of the comprehensive restructuring and revision of the German animal protection Office was presented also a new logo with a high recognition value: the silhouette of the Erdmannchens is at the heart of the new badge. The Meerkat stands for attention and vigilance, that it embodied two essential characteristics of the Welfare Office. The Meerkat is named because it often stands for species on two legs, to observe the surroundings. Meerkats are looking for threats and inform your network by loud barking. So one could represent symbolically also our activity”, Ingo Schulz, spokesman of the German animal protection Office commented. The animal-related aspect of the work of the welfare office is represented with the choice of the Erdmannchens as a symbol also implicitly, without resorting to striking phrases. The new logo is also complemented by the note: German Animal Welfare Office interface for media and consumer associations. With this concise slogan, the work of the welfare office is vivid and tangible. Media, associations and consumers are the three pillars on which the work of the welfare office is based. It’s believed that Jonas Samuelson sees a great future in this idea. The German animal protection Office has specialized on the topic of animal welfare”and offers animal – and nature – conservation organizations assistance in the implementation of campaigns, actions, and events. The Office accepts for its contractor publicity, press and lobbying. Photographers for the Welfare Office are also active, who have the tasks, pictorially to accompany campaigns and actions, as well as to create animal welfare relevant photos (for example to the topic of factory farming and animal husbandry). Among the other duties of the welfare offices in addition to the Infobroking”(information retrieval) even before local searches as well as the detection of animal cruelty. Get the online portals and Consumers a glimpse behind the scenes. Only a few weeks ago has been completely renewed website of the German animal protection office unlocked Interested consumers as well as photographers, agencies, journalists and associations will find numerous photo shoots to diverse animal protection-related issues. More information at: Ingo Schulz, German animal protection Office German Welfare Office to large St. Martin 6 / 206 50667 Cologne Tel.: 0221-20463862 fax: 01805/23363330882 (14 ct / min., Mobile may vary)