Animals Without Limits

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What a Birthday Present!! He did it again heart emoticon Our AWL Friend and wonderful supporter from Brentwood, LA, USA. 
Craig Kleber sent a Happy Birthday check to AWL
2000 dollar!!!
Thank you Saint Craig for Celebrating AWL with this fabulous Gift.
That’s Amore!



 Our great animal friend Craig Kleber from Brentwood, LA, USA –I would like to call him our AWL Ambassador (or Saint), is one of a kind. He is following our cases with a big heart and passion. He is an amazing true animal friend. However, his love and care for animals doesn’t only go one direction.

Yesterday, AWL received this email and a donation check, 1000 dollar, in Cachito’s memory from Craig.
We (AWL) also want to send our respect and love to the Camacho family.
RIP Cachito
In the name of ‘Cachito’ (his guardians were the Camacho family) – a rescued dog who was loved by all who knew him. Cachito crossed the Rainbow Bridge last night after fighting illness, but he was surrounded by love and care so his journey started happily. He lived a long life on this earth and now will live forever with his doggie friends. I gave him some special treats and vitamins a few months ago and he wrote me a nice note on Saturday night that I want to share.
“Hi Mr. Craig, my name is Cachito. I am not feeling well. My sister Araceli and my mom have taken good care of me all of these years and I so thank them for all that and the happiness they have given me! I think my stay here will not be for long.”
Vaya con dios Querido Cachito



“Mr. Poe I never got to meet you in person, but I knew you well from all the stories and pictures Mia sent telling us all of your unique character. 
I felt you were a kindred spirit as I too am very grumpy and not always friendly. I loved you a lot and I did what I could to help you get better and find a forever home, which when you did I was overjoyed for you. Today, 6,000 miles away, when I read the news of your leaving us for your eternal life I cried because I lost a friend.
 I will miss you. But heaven will have its hands full with your charismatic little character. Things won’t be the same here or there, you are that special. God bless you Poe
Thank you to all who helped him at AWL, the volunteers and the doctors, and your family in Sweden”
                                             Craig Kleber, Brentwood, LA, USA

 Mr Craig Kleber donated 2000 dollar in Mr Poes Memory to his Hospice Friends at Casa dell’Amore



This is our Guardian Angel, Craig Kleber, our wonderful supporter from Brentwood Los Angeles, US. He has a big heart for animals, and especially those who doesn’t have an owner or isn’t well treated.

Actually there are some Italian blood in his veins.

Thank you Craig for such a great friendship. That’s Amore!



Look at that 18 year old happy face. Our Big Bear Angelo sporting his new tag from LA.

AWL’s own Prima Donna, Rosita flashing her new bling bling.

Benny got his own blue bling, bling.

Benny was found abandoned and sick before coming to Casa dell’ amore.

Layla, behind all her blond curls you can spot her bling. bling.

She was abandoned on Mount Vesuvius.

In the picture is Sassi, she got one too. She is a new-comer, and needs to put on a lot of weight. Skin and bones… She is beautiful and playful, probably 8 months old.

Our old timer Billy Bob, abandoned and most likely abused since he is very scared of other men. He is flying to Sweden this month. His new mom flies down to pick him up. That’s mommy Amore!

Our girl, Sunday Rose. Found in a water filled ditch, with a lot of garbage. She was skin and bones, close to death (and close to drowning).

Tigro lived on the street with her blind companion Angelo, until their “street care taker” died. People threatened to kill them. Now they are safe in the hospice, AND have their bling.

Rocket Zamira, found in a 400 dog shelter, in a cage since 2003. Brought in to the shelter by the commune dog catchers. She has ascites, an ailment that causes fluid to collect in her chest cavity. She looks like a bullfrog when she lays down.

Athena, found on the street, been in and out of many shelters. From her scars and her teeth, we suspect she was a training aid (bait) for fighting dogs.

Amica, a former happy stray for many years. Picked up by the dog catchers since someone from the street called.

They did it again the wonderful Klebers from Brentwood, LA, USA

Craig and Tracey ordered 50 dog tags from a rescue group in LA (Concerned People for Animals) – so two times do the dogs benefit . That’s doppio Amore.