Stevie is the victim of one or more “humans” (we are waiting for the POLICE to solve his case) who showed an incredible cruelty. Click here to see what happened to the doggy
The little one is having trouble adjusting to his new condition, that of a BLIND dog. His body is refusing to help him. He’s not eating as he should and today he’s fine but tomorrow he’s vomiting and he’s apathetic. The hematoma on his head is still creating problems and his condition is fluctuating, sometimes he’s feeling OK, sometimes not. Now he is still hospitalized at the City-Vet clinic and he gets all the attention, treatment and love he’s probably missed until he was discovered in that terrible situation. Because he ripped off the surgical wires on his eyes, he had to be bandaged. Flies can also be a problem in his case, so to bandage the eyes was strictly necessary.
We were impressed by how many people supported Stevie and we thank from the bottom of our hearts all who donated for him and who tried to encourage him or expressed their willingness to adopt him. We must let you know that before his adoption there still is, unfortunately, a long and hard way and we absolutely EXCLUDE the possibility to give him to anyone until his health situation is stable.
We’ll consider all the offers to adopt Stevie ONLY AFTER HIS HEALTH SITUATION IS STABLE.
Until then we remind you the accounts in which you can donate to support Stevie:
Asociatia pentru protectia animalelor Robi
CIF 13765439 BCR 2
Cont RON: BCR 2 RO16RNCB0073049952070001
Cont EURO: BCR 2 RO05RNCB0073049952070005
Cont USD: BCR 2 RO32RNCB0073049952070004
sau prin serviciul online PayPal (disponibil pewww.4animals.ro )
You must know that if you donate in any other account, that money will not get to him, because Stevie is in the care of the Robi Association for the protection of animals, and the only accounts in which your donations will reach him are the ones above.
We were informed that abroad there are money raising actions in his name. This is degrading and it’s hard to understand that people can do such things. We’ll keep you updated on this, because we think it’s normal to inform our supporters about the danger of sending help through intermediaries we know nothing about.
We thank once again all those who support the actions of the Robi Association.