Animals Without Limits

American Swedish non profit organisation

Welcome Rescue Horse​ Julia

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We couldn’t be happier than to welcome Julia, a former Polo horse. She is 16 years old born in England, later moved to Switzerland, and now, Southern Germany.

When we saw her first time she only stood there, like a polo horse. My heart told me, even if we couldn’t afford another rescue horse) to bring her for retirement. Eat healthily, be out in the pasture, have body treatments, ride out in the woods, and a lot of carrots and kisses.

She has been with us for three days and she comes when she sees us. Can it be all the carrots?

We love her.

Please help Julia and our other rescue horses to be able to stay and get everything they need. I believe that the rescue horses have worked so hard their whole life for us. Now, its time to give back.

Give thanks. Please donate now, 5 euro or more….every euro makes a difference.

That’s Amore!

When a Rat is Getting Sick

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One morning our rescue rat Samantha started to walk in circles and tilting her head to the side. We rushed her to the veterinarian last Monday. The veterinarian told us that it could be a neurological problem.

Samantha got three shots;  for pain, vitamins and cortisone. We made a re-check appointment a couple of days later. However, if not better, come in right away.

Samantha became a little better but still, she fell when she tried to wash herself.

Friday came and we took Samantha with us to the appointment. We were nervous, still, she wasn’t herself. She hadn’t been eating, only drinking, –plus yogurt–. My favorite veterinarian Stephanie (Frau Spotl) greeted us when we walked into her clinic. She took Samantha and looked into her ears.

Bingo! Samantha got an ear infection!

Bacteria test was being made and sent away to the laboratory. Meanwhile, Samantha got antibiotic, pain medicine and protein food with her home.

It was amazing to see Samantha a couple of hours later, eating and feeling so much better. Her caretaker Olivia was most happy. We all had been scared to lose Samantha.

Why I like my veterinarian so much, some have asked me.

She listens, she teaches, she cares and she laughs. That’s for me is a Golden Keeper. Down in southern Italy, I had the same veterinarian, Dr. Damiani for four years before moving to Germany. His passion and teaching will I always carry with me.

That’s Amore!

 

Old Hearts are Never to Old to Love

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Senior

 

We love Seniors!

Golden hearts.

Never be afraid of adopting a Senior.

You want to cut down on your stress, and stay at home working in your garden, or meditate, and mindfulness?

Your best partner would be to have a Senior by your side!

 

That’s Amore!

Check Out Amazing Hats

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Check out SKULLPUP HERE

The most Beautiful hats to wear, and read about the company’s heartwarming mission and vision. Be part of helping while looking gorgeous, like these stunning models.

A portion of sales will go to an animal rescue group every month.

Right now you can support us, Animals Without Limits.

Behind this design and company are our long-term supporter and Animal Friend (2010) Megan E. Seibert (photo credit)

We are super thrilled for their generous support.

To all my Animal Friends, please support us by ordering, and at the same time please share this post with your friends, and family.

When you receive your hat, take a picture and send it to us, and we will in return send you a small thank you.

That’s Amore!

Skullpup company is owned by Megan and her husband Drew Seibert.

Look! Here I am

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This is Fulvio and he has waited for a forever home for six months now. We still cannot understand why no one would like to adopt him!

He had a rough start in his life, born on the streets of Neapels in Italy. At an age of 4 months, he got caught by the dogcatchers. They brought him to a very stressful veterinarian clinic where they spay and neuter strays.

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There are No emotions! It’s like a fabric. The sound from hundreds of dogs with anxiety hurts both heart and ears.

Fulvio didn’t have any owner that was waiting for him.

After getting castrated the dog catchers drove him out to the streets and dumped him into a pack of other stray dogs.

Fulvio got severed attacked by a group of strays that protected their territories.

Luckily an Animal Volunteer came passing by and got me out from the dog’s teeth. She drove me to a nice veterinarian and they stitched me up and gave me medicine.

Despite all this is Fulvio a wonderful sweet and funny dog, that love play with other dogs. He is gentle and sweet towards people. This makes us suprised why no one want to adopt him.

Now I am 10 months old and cannot stay any longer at the place he was brought to.

Fulvio’s biggest wish is to feel loved and secured.

To the best family, he can travel. He got his pet passport, up to date shots, dewormed, flea free, newly washed and smells like a puppy: fresh.

Please, give me a second chance. Contact our CEO Mia Mattsson-Mercer

awlrescueteam@gmail.com

 

SKULL PUP — CELEBRATING THE DOGS WE LOVE & LOST

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There are amazing people that are making changes for those volunteers that are working hard trying to rescue as many animal lives as possible — with their non-profit organizations.

Many times feeling unseen and (insane).

SKULLPUP is one of them that are saying, “We cannot do what you are doing right now but we want to support your work!”

I love Skullpup vision and mission, think if everyone thought and executed the ideas of helping in one way or another. And what is so cool too; they are changing organizations every second month. How wonderful, making several hardworking volunteers (organizations) to be seen.

A portion of proceeds supports animal rescue groups.

Order these amazing hats and skull bag and show the world you are celebrating the dogs you love and lost.

That’s Amore!

Visit their Homepage 

Let our Love Continue

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If you read my last blog entry about “hate ” you will understand this  “follow up”.

Olivia, my daughter started to learn how an organization works behind the “scenes.” She was learning more about how to rescue animals, and also how to promote a campaign. How to receive help from others, and how to collect donations.

There are numerous of kind people out there that truly want to rescue animals, but don’t realise (many times) the tough work. All the free hours that are put in volunteering every day. Well, I wanted to teach/educate her together with my son Max, about the wonderful and also difficult situations it means to run an organization.

Together we started, “Olivia rescue Horses Campaign”.

Little would we have known, and understand, that some people could be rude and make false accusation about her work. –You can read all about it in the last blog entry–

Olivia became very sad, and I could saw her energy going down. As a mother, you want to protect your children, like a momma bear.

Amazingly, there were many people that read my words, wrote back and made beautiful comments about Olivia, and her work with the horses. Me the Momma Bear, got very happy emotional and very thankful to all you that wrote with love to her (and me).

I read them all for Olivia.

We talked about it if we would let these negative people have power over us.

Olivia thought for a minute, and then said, “Mom, no one should quiet any actions made out of Love.”

I couldn’t agree more, and I am so proud of her, that she feels that strongly in her heart and mind. Of course, I will support her all the way, however,  Momma Bear will take a (small) step back.

Yesterday, I and Olivia went to a polo horse stable to meet Julia a 16-year-old polo-horse. Again we heard the soul whisper, “I am someone!” I cannot describe the feeling of meeting a soul that is tired, their mind is tired, their body is tired. But I recognize the feelings.

It is heavy!

Right away, Julia felt comfortable with Olivia and rested her head in Olivia’s arms. Gently, Olivia kissed Julia above her eyelid. “I see you!” she whispered back to the beautiful soul.

A vibrate moment of peace occurred in the stable.

Some people might ask me, why rescue another horse when the founds are coming slowly for the other Animals?

Its not an easy answer, since it is a feeling I have inside of me since my childhood. Several of you know me and my history,  and some of you have read my books where I mentioned my tough childhood. How I as a child, many times had to visit the hospital due to being abused.

I was being badly abused for years.

No one dared to stand up for me and speak, to end my horrible situation. I still can recall the feeling when the persons in my life looked at me with sad guilty embarrassed eyes, and then walked away. I was totally alone.

Your brain stops working. You are going on half energy to survive, not to be able to remember. The same with Animals in stress.

They called me dumb.  I was absolutely not dumb, it was my defense mechanism,  my brain had to disconnect to be able to survive. You are waiting to be saved. Like Animals.

Children and Animals we react the same.

This is why, I cannot walk away without at least try, and to beg YOU to help Julia to the retirement she so deserves. That we not only look at her picture with pitty but that we actually will do something together for sweet Julia.

Olivia and I cannot do this alone, let us become a team, and give Julia a wonderful retirement.

That’s Amore!

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