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Our dearest friends, we are few of the puppies saved by Robi and we are warming up for the cold days to come.
Do you think it will be enough to keep us warm? We don’t really know so we ask you to help us get dog homes to keep us warm in the winter time. Robi saved nearly 300 dogs lately and because of that, the association’s resources are stretched to the limit.
If you care and wish to help, you can do so by donating at:
Robi Association for Animal Rescue.
CIF 13765439 BCR 2
RON account: RO16RNCB0073049952070001
EURO account: RO05RNCB0073049952070005
USD account: RO32RNCB0073049952070004
SWIFT account: RNCBROBU
Or by PayPal (available online at www.4animals.ro )
Do not forget, our dream is to be adopted so if you want to take us home, you can do so by writing at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Until then, we need dog houses to take cover in the cold season. Will you help?
Thank you once again for all your help to all the little animals we attend.
What are we dreaming of? We are dreaming of building a shelter easy to maintain and to make our little ones fell great. For a moment we managed to finish only a few sections of the current one. The concrete started to deteriorate over the years so we had to find a better solution. We have not finished the facilities yet but we hope to do it soon. We are going to provide you with more images when the dog pens are ready. Continue reading
You have helped us once more to repair something at the dog shelter! Many thanks to everyone that donated money, food or materials, many thanks to the new and hearty volunteers, many thanks to the people that adopted at distance and came to visit their dogs and contributed as well! 🙂
If you don’t know how we operate on a daily basis and how we manage to rescue and take care of the dogs we took in, take a look in this album.
Our shelter is improvised on a field. We cannot build anything on the land because we do not own it, so we do our best to find other ways to aid our animals. Continue reading