Animals Without Limits

American Swedish non profit organisation

HOWLING IN THE RAIN!

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One day, not so long ago, I received an e-mail, and attached to which was this picture. The writer told me that this dog had been sitting like this on base for two days, in the rain. The person who wrote the letter couldn’t do anything about the situation and therefore asked for help,–We got the message late that afternoon, so the dog catcher had already caught the dog. We knew for sure these shelters are nothing pleasant to sit in, once inside the camp, there’s realistic no way out.

It’s cold, the food is not even healthy, and adopting a big dog is 1 % chance in one year. Here there are thousands of big dogs.

My animal friend Tammy called and we agreed she would go and get the dog from the dog catchers before the dog got to the shelter.

I called Lega Pro and told them a client of AWL would come in, we wanted a health check, castration, de-worming and Frontline. And I asked if he could stay there for three days.


Tammy got hold of the dog, brought him out to LegaPro where they were both greeted. The lady that had sent me the e-mail , posted an add on the Naples All Hands (an online classified advertisement service for the US Navy personnel here), and from above an angel family replied, saying they would love to foster him. Michael and Tatiana are these angels.

Michael and his wife Tatiana, with 2 small children, brought him home to give him a warm place until they will decide if they can keep him or foster him until a fantastic forever home comes along. They tell us that Zeus is a fantastic, gentle, warmhearted dog; they adore him.
Thanks to all this fantastic teamwork we could do magic for Zeus. Thank you Tammy for driving, thank you for all the donations so we can medicate and spay and neuter our fury friends. Lega Pro Animale, thank you for your always kindness. The family Michael and Tatiana, for love and also coming to AWL’s hospice helping and donating a lot of things. And the cake yesterday, was fantastic. That’s Amore.

2 thoughts on “HOWLING IN THE RAIN!

  1. daisygrl556

    Everytime I go to the SPCA I want to save every dog there. I'm always a little reluctant to adopt an adult dog though because I'm afraid training would be an impossible task. I have a yard where I let my dogs roam, but I've trained them from the moment I got them when they were puppies. An electric fence might be a great option for me though to finally get over my fear. I recently found this one online and it would even alert me should my dog ever decide to escape, no other wireless fence I've seen does that. http://www.havahartwireless.com/shop/wireless-dog-fence/custom-shape-pet-fence

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  2. Mia

    I love older dogs, since many of them from the street are so well behaved since no human has “meesed” with their mind or neglected them/

    They know how to listen, they are not former pets. When people adopt puppies they think they ar cute and forgets the big hard training.

    I know what you mean, save them all, that would be a wonderful thing.

    Love and Light
    Mia

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