If it weren't for the horrifying photos that went viral on social networks and shocked Croatia, along with painful stories of volunteers rescuing dogs in inhumane conditions, there might not be such huge interest in the campaign launched by the three largest animal protection associations in Croatia. Animal Friends Croatia, the Friends' Shelter, and the Victory Association are calling for an urgent amendment to the existing Animal Protection Act by introducing a complete ban on keeping dogs on a leash with a large national campaign "For Croatia without dogs on-chain". These three associations, with the support of all associations of the Animal Welfare Network, as well as the vast majority of citizens, institutions, and people from public life want a change, they want to save thousands and thousands of animals currently in prison, but also those not yet born. They were supported in this by a company known for its socially engaged work, which dedicated its spring campaign "You need to know when to cut", presented on more than 350 billboards, with a message that no dog should live on a chain. If you think and feel the same, sign a petition calling for an urgent amendment to the Animal Welfare Act and a total ban on keeping dogs on a chain.