Animals Without Limits

American Swedish non profit organisation

Category Archives: Craig Kleber

Craig Kleber a True Santa to the Animals

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We recieved a wonderful Christmas Gift from our wonderful Animal Friend, Craig Kleber,
” I am donating $1000 in memory of a dog who passed away that was rescued by Araceli Camacho  but also for your recent dog friend losses too, Joey’

                                                In memory of  unconditional love.
                                                                   


                                                                                       Dieguito 



Little ‘ Dieguito’ was born on May 3rd, 2006 in Los Angeles CA in the humble home of the Camacho Family! He passed on, unexpectedly, November  20th, 2015. He was the second of 7 siblings. He was a joy to the Canacho home for 9 beautiful years! His unconditional love taught people around him many lessons. 
Being a dachshund type dog his body shape caused him to have a herniated disk and that led to his departure from this earth. His family did everything possible to make him better but it was nearly impossible! His pain and suffering was unbearable for him and those who treasured him. 
When it was time to let him go his caring mother, Araceli, held him until his last breath left his body and his spirit went to heaven. The Camacho family misses him so much yet they know that he is no longer in pain and at peace. As Araceli said to me “he will forever remain in our hearts! Dieguito we will always love you! “
Bless you Dieguito 

In memory the Happy Street Dog Joey

Joey was the happiest stray dog down in Campania, Italy. With his love and positive attitued he was loved by many Italians, Brits and Americans. He touched so many hearts.
I got a message from Carol Mander Yeomans asking if we could find Joey a home. Stray, getting older (not in his mind at all) winter was coming….I said yes we would find him a home.
Jolene Callahan took him into her home during the health check and passport (helped us great during that time it took, Thank you)
Joey came to me and he was wonderful, deaf, positive little guy. He had a tough stabile charisma that told the other dogs to accept him. And they did, right until the end heart emoticon
No one answered on Joeys adoption add. Maybe because he was black…maybe because there are millions of dogs searching for homes out there!
He was loved, so much loved….and I didn’t get to have you for a long time, but you are forever in my heart. 
Joey, you got your wish granted, to fall a sleep outside in “your” freedom with me by your side. 
Thank you my veterinarian Martina (Germany) for helping me with Joeys wish heart emoticon
Freedom Joey. I miss you so much. heart emoticon

That’s Amore
Mia Olivia Max
Thank you dear Craig Kleber for helping so many animals and remembering them even when they are gone. You are an amazing true Animal Friend that is making a huge difference for many broken lives.
Craig, a true inspiring man that makes promises come true, a four legged Friend can always trust him…and AWL.

WHAT A FIGHTER

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 What a fighter our little Angy(o) Johny is. Amazingly. Only a couple of days ago was he dying.
A surgery was being made, they had many organs mixed into each other. Reconstruct some.

 Thanks to a wonderful animal team (volunteers) Angelina and her family that brought him to Arco Felice. Our little one can today go home to foster home and be under strong observation. Still the danger is not over.
He can eat small peaces every meal.

Craig Kleber from Brentwood, LA, USA is our big generous Guardian Angel. He read the story and quick he sent little one a check of 2000 dollar.

Amazing generous and fantastic. We LOVE you Craig, as always you are fantastic to our organization.

That’s Amore!

THE MAN AND THE DOG WITH THE EVIL EYE BUT WITH GOLDEN HEARTS.

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“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

FROM LOS ANGELES USA TO REXINGEN GERMANY

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 Our hospice client down in Italy, Mr Edgar Poes own sponsor, Craig Kleber came to visit me  in Southern Germany. It was a great opportunity to met the man behind many and big donations to our hospice and clients. Him and his father are also the sponsors with the Vincent VAN, at the hospice.

 Craig got to meet my own hospice  dogs (12) that wouldn’t let him be alone for many seconds, they totally adored him.

As a present he donated joint and vitamin chew for the dogs….and they tastes yummi thought everyone.

Now that’s Amore! Thank you Craig, it was a great pleasure to have you here.

OUR WONDERFUL SPONSOR CRAIG KLEBER

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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!

FROM CRAIG KLEBER, VINNIE’S DAD

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                                                      The Happiest Dog In The World

Vinnie, a dog who put a smile on everyone’s face, set sail last Sunday for an eternity with the angels. Although Vinnie’s departure leaves all of us left behind with a huge void, this little piece is about celebrating his life.
Vinnie like so many dogs had a very rough start in life, but he had the most cheerful, friendly disposition. As soon as he would wake up he would kiss all the other dogs in the house, as well as the people too. On walks he would greet people with a wagging tail and a smile. People who came to the house would like all the dogs, but it was “little Vincent” they would comment on as being so very special.
Vinnie’s love was naturally magical, however he must have been saying “thank you” everyday for being rescued from a terrible shelter after being run over by a car.  His gratitude and joy for living is why we have donated money to Animals Without Limits in Vinnie’s name. He would want this; he had such a generous soul.
Vinnie battled illness for the last six months, never complaining, even giving us a super last weekend of barking, begging, snuggling and playing before he journeyed on. The touching notes of sympathy and even a Gardenia to plant in his memory, showed us what that little dog meant to so many.
Oliver Reed, the famous British actor known for enjoying life, amidst a group of negative and self obsessed people once asked in exasperation “is there any happiness in the world?” The answer is yes, Vinnie.
From “Immortality” by Henry Van Dyke (1852-1933), for Vinnie
“I am standing upon the seashore. A ship at my side spreads her white sails to the morning breeze and starts for the blue ocean. She is an object of beauty and strength, and I stand and watch until at last she hangs like a speck of white cloud just where the sea and sky come down to mingle with each other. Then someone at my side says, ‘There she goes!’
Gone where? Gone from my sight … that is all. She is just as large in mast and hull and spar as she was when she left my side and just as able to bear her load of living freight to the place of destination. Her diminished size is in me, not in her. And just at the moment when someone at my side says, ‘There she goes!’ there are other eyes watching her coming and their voices ready to take up the glad shouts ‘Here she comes!'”

SHELTER ANIMALS IN NEED

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Little Boy is sitting alone in a cold cage, and he is very sick. In a private shelter with 30 dogs.

We know that if Little Boy don’t get medicine he will go blind. AWL sent out a request for donation and our kind sponsor in Los Angelse Craig Kleber donated us money for his first start-kit. Craig K is always there for the animals.
The woman in the picture was given a box of medicine, they have started the treatment. It is very cold, and as you can see the lady is bundle up. Little boy is not.

We are in desperate need of winter jackets for animals all sizes. S M L

WE NEED WARM AMORE!