Tutti arrived home and told us that it’s not so bad to stand near a radiator, in her clean bed. She doesn’t suffer after the miserable life that she had on the streets ofRomania, when he endured cold and hunger, humiliations and uncertainties, when she was abandoned by the people she loved. It’s sad, but it happens inRomania.
Here are pictures of Annika now Nike. Has more freedom and doesn’t need to be kept on a leash. Has a play friend who already has been disciplined a little by her.
The little one arrived at his home where he was dearly expected by his new owner. We thank Didona Cus for offering our sweetheart a home and we wish them a happy life together. Also, we want to thank Raluca Alexoaie for helping us with temporary shelter for Aki.
With your help we can do wonderful things.
Thank you to Adoptie Distanta and all the photographers who sacrificed their day off to photograph the dogs from the shelter. We hope that their professional photos will increase their chances to find a home, at last.
After several failed attempts, today Life was able to sit for a few minutes alone on his paws. He even made a few steps. But insecurity take their toll, and when he realize that has no longer any support, immediately leaves on his belly.
He still needs time, but he is on the right track!
Two weeks ago we received a little different request for volunteering from a young lady of 13 years old who wanted to be a part of Robi’s team. After a serious first discussion, Mara(that’s our little hero name)offered to come with her father to the shelter. Said and done. Last Saturday on a pretty strong snow,-8 degrees and some wind, Mara was present at duty. Continue reading
Today we took good bye from two of our female puppies. Wilma and Beary were adopted in the same time by two different families therefore today the girls spend the last moments together. From now on each will go at her home. We hope they will behave, although we know that full of life puppies as they are, will make some blunders. The little ones were waited for a lont time of their adopters, that we thank for patience and vehemence.
We wish them all the best and we wait for news that we hope will be good ones.
Yesterday 4 of our dogs left the shelter and went on a road that will take them to their homes: Sansa and Tutti at Hamburg, Bonita at Hannover, Vanilla at Konstanz. We wish them safe trip to our lucky little ones and we wait impatient news and photos with them, which we will add to this album as soon as we receive them.
In Romania we are asked most of the times for guard dogs and most of them, in the end, are kept in chains. Of course we prefer to send them in other countries where they will be loved, respected and spoiled.
Sandy is feeling better. She had her rabies vaccination and could leave the country after Feb. 15. The problem is that our friends who are fostering her now must leave the city in about a week, so we need to find out another foster home for her in Bucharest, for another week or two after Feb 8. Please share and help us find a foster home for her!
Pussy is making progress. She learned to use the litter box and is not so fearful anymore so she can be left free. She still needs to learn how to play, though. We are hoping she will do that soon. We forgot to tell you that she was neutered and she is feeling very good. She is first when it comes to food, she has a big appetite, of course of good food.