LOVE dumped in the shelter
LOVE dumped in the shelter
Good Luck little one with a new chapter in your new life. We are so exited.
Minnie was a Puppy Mill breeding dog. For years she was producing puppies and living in horrible conditions. When found she was a depressed, only 5 kg and very sick. For 10 years had she been a machine. When she became “to old” they threw her out in a garden together with a big puppy that was bothering her the whole time.
We found her and brought her into our Hospice. Slowly, with the right food, veterinarian care, surgery and love, she trusted us and was so loving, and funny.
It was bittersweet to let her go, but our work was done….now a new chapter started with only love in it. Minnie is now together with her own new family up in Northern Italy that only want to love her, and receive love back.
That’s Amore Little One!
Earlier we wrote about the four girls that were left in a shelter/kennel by their owner when he returned home. Mom Rosie had been rescued from the streets 2009 and her two puppies.
We couldn’t let them get more depressed since we knew their story and had met them 2009. AWL did not adopt these dogs, as a matter a fact AWL’s President was against the adoption when she heard about it. But several people thought she over reacted. Well, now they are in AWL care.
The owner left in May and the Girls got out one and a half week. According to the AWL volunteers they are doing wonderful, happy and playful. We would love the twins to be adopted together.
Mom Rosie the most wonderful mom ever. So lovely
Bella, so soft and sensitive, like a beautiful flower.
They are now being comfortable at the Hospice and we would love for them to get a forever home.
The danger with many peoples rescuing is that they become experts very fast, many times that has a very dangerous outcome. Just because you are babysitting several different children doesn’t mean you suddenly are a child psychologist. Be careful with the lives you bring in.
Box 30 A, with two dogs locked in. No one knows their background, no one knows exactly how old they are. Sunny and Cheer have been in this cage since 2000 in a place with 400 other dogs barking day long.
Let us not think of all the others, and focus on these two that we can make a difference for. Yesterday were they transferred to our Hospcie Casa dell Amore. They got their own bedroom, no cages only soft comfortable beds.
Touched green grass today. They are lovely, kind and sweet, no one could believe they have been in a cage on a concrete floor for 13 years.
The female got a heart problem and need medicine. Thursday both will be health checked, they have been bathed, de wormed and flea treated.
Help us give Sunny and Cheer and lovely time at the hospice by donating, pls earmark
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