Israel's 'Let the Animals Live' clings to life
Underfunded organization seeks creative solutions to problems - those of the animals it serves, and its own existential quandary.
In the modest Ramat Gan offices of Let the Animals Live, the telephone is gathering dust. It hasn't rung in a long time. And even if it did, there would be no one to answer: This summer, the organization fired its two receptionists, closing down the hotline for the first time in over 20 years.