Sigur ca e vina ei! A cautat-o cu lumanarea!

La ce se poate astepta un veterinar cand cineva intra cu o punga de plastic in cabinet
Probabil nu la “uite, mi-a cazut pisica de la etaj, cred ca are piciorul rupt si as vrea s-o eutanasiem”. 
Radiografie? Operatie? Nici vorba! 
Nu dau eu banii pe asa ceva! (spuse doamna cu parul facut permanent). Si da, e vina pisicutei. Pai ce a cautat sa sara pe geam? Ce, eu nu pot sa stau toata ziua cu geamurile inchise! Acum, asta e, eu nu dau banii pe operatii si alte alea, dar tare mila mi-e de ea s-o vad asa, saracuta, ca tare o mai iubesc, un an de zile am ingrijit-o! …. A, si eutanasia costa? Continue reading

Eu ii iubesc, nu ii arunc

“Eu ii iubesc, nu ii arunc” ne-a spus stapana acestor doua pisicute si nu-i de mirare ca spune adevarul chiar daca micutele sunt aproape oarbe. Ieri le-am gasit pe micute in curtea unei doamne cu posibilitati modeste. I-am propus doamnei sa sterilizam pisica mama si cele doua pisicute si desigur sa vedem daca se mai poate face ceva cu ochisorii lor. Am fost placut surprinsi sa avem acordul doamnei. 
Cele doua surori sunt internate la City vet unde primesc toate ingrijirile medicale si desigur vor fi si sterilizate. Continue reading

17 from Robi’s Cats before lunch

Each morning 17 of our cats sing in a choir: “Good morning! Where’s breakfast? We’re hungry!” They can hardly wait for their wet food, they simply love it. Unfortunately we’ll soon run out of canned food, so we’ll have to find a way to get some more.

Most of the cats kept in this enclosure are semi wild or even entirely wild. Only three of them are docile: Fly, Sally and Lilly. Nobody ever wanted to adopt Sally, although he is such a sweet and loving tomcat. Fly and Lilly are docile only in our presence, that’s why their adoption is impossible. Continue reading

The brave little ones from the tram at sleeping hour

 You must remember the 3 fellows abandoned in a tram in our capital.
The little ones say hi and expect you to take them home. They are good, active and now they learn how to play. They ate, walked a little, moved and turned around and now they rest to grow big and handsome.
Until they will grow enough they need good quality food, vitamins, calcium, anti-parasitic pills, vaccine shots and for all this we need help. Continue reading

The big white in death danger

Yesterday someone thought to surprise us and abandoned a beautiful dog at our shelter but very apathetic. He was hospitalized and the first analysis show that he suffers of a severe form of babesia (the illness caused by ticks). He immediately had shots with the antidote but his condition is still bad so he had blood transfusions too. We really hope he will survive.

For now he needs your good thoughts and financial support. Continue reading

The little guy hospitalized yesterday

Yesterday the 15th of March 2013 we received a message for help for a puppy that seemed to be dying. When the ones who asked for help got at the clinic the puppy seemed to be dead already. Fortunately, for him was hope, because he survived.
For sure your good thoughts helped him to survive. We will see how he’ll be in the next days. The conclusion of Aurora Sasu, the vet, was that the small one didn’t have a good life. For sure the children played with him until exhaustion and probably he fell from their arms and this caused him the crises that almost killed him. Continue reading

Pray for Kay’s life

UPDATE: A few hours after being hospitalized.
The little dog has received the necessary medical care due to is condition. It’s serious hit to the head, it tosses and turns his head in all directions. The vets do not give him too many chances. We’ll see if he will survive. Till then we keep our fingers crossed and wish with all our heart that his condition will stabilize. Continue reading

Sandy is ready for the Netherlands

Sandy, who is currently in her second temporary accommodation, is ready to go, but can not reach her final home in Netherlands without your help
Sandy is paralyzed, and with all our heart we want to make her a short and easy journey to take. To do this, we would like to send her with a plane to Amsterdam, and not with a road vehicle that would make more than 30 hours. The cost with the airplane, 730 euros (transport + cage, discount already applied) is very high for us. Please help us, donate to Sandy’s airplane tickets: