Animals Without Limits

American Swedish non profit organisation

Category Archives: Lynn

AWL days are so full with mission and projects it can be up to a 10h working day. Not everything are being told on the blog. Some things cannot be writen about (yet) it is sensitive, and some things need to be solved without “headlines’Morena, a sweet insecure loving girl that got kicked out by her Polish family. She had slept for many months out on the family balcony, not allowed to come in, even if her “dog friend” slept inside and in moms and dads bed, But not Morena.
AWL helped and saved the life on the other dog since he was nearly “going over to the other side” from Parvo, They were so grateful.
Never could I believe that they would cold harted dump a dog that had stayed with them.

We are so tired of people getting away so easy!

Martina and Pio brought Morena to LegaPro were she could be sterilized, microchip thanks to AWL. Martina had found someone that could take care of Morena up in Rimini, (12h drive back and forth) and AWL sent out a request for help.

Wonderful Lynn and Andy called and said they could do it. Yesterday Morena was brought to Mia’s house and slept one night, early this morning at 0700 was she picked up and driven to Donatella in Rimini. Thank you all for helping this little soul who did nothing wrong. Thank you secret gas donate, Trine lent her car for the trip. And Martin for being her voice.
Morena got a new life and a new name “La Luna”

At 0900 this morning we got the most beautiful phone call, “Mia we got food donation to AWL, you have to come and pick it up”
Thank you Anna at the Nex office…and you all who didn’t buy this food so AWL could get the food and share with the shelters. That’s Amore

One of our volunteers Todd is a big animal lover 🙂

Our little Thelma.
Remember earlier she was thrown out from an Italian car at a gas station. The people at the gas station was feeding her but couldn’t have her there much longer.
She was rescued by Tammy and another girl (forgive me I dont know your name) brought to Lega Pro for sterilization.
A couple of days later was Mia on her way over there to Lega, to pick her up. Well she got into Mia’s house, and now they are having a hard time parting from her.

She is so wonderful, quiet and loving. When Lynn came to pick up Bonita, Thelma snuggled up into Lynns arms. Todd is so in touched by Thelma too, and today her stiches were removed and at the same time she got a microchip in Mia’s and Todd’s name.

Spillo, was ran over a car, and left on the street. He is recovering great now.
He is a sweet heart, loving and so smart. He would like to have a home, a forever home and not empty promises. We all are getting tired of hearing empty words, we want trust and commitments. That’s Amore


Surely you remember Oscar who was being fed by Lynn (UK) who contacted AWL for help because she noticed Oscar was an older gentleman and his eyes looked grey. Mia took him to an eye specialist who is from Napoli, but working at a clinic in Roma. Different examinations were made and to see if there was an infection behind the cornea, a yet more advanced examination had to be made.

Oscar couldn’t be put out on the street again. As an older gentleman we wouldn’t know when or if he would become blind. Trina became his foster mother and she has made beautiful adoption fliers . We wanted to do the eye examination that could tell us more about his sight — and future.

I talked with and made an appointment with Dr Alexandria and Trina brought him there. She is the one taking these lovely pictures, like the one above of Oscar kissing Dr Alexandria.

Ahhhh, lovely drugs kicking in!

Top team Dr Alexandria and Dr Longo always provide excellent treatment. AWL thanks them for helping the strays — giving them a second chance. Trina, you are amazing, working hard to help Oscar to find “the home” and I know you paid for his vaccination and microchip, and driving him to the vet clinic. Lynn for sponsoring with 1/3 for the eye examinations and AWL paid 2/3.

You are wonderful helping the strays and for understanding that with team work we can do magic!



Lynn (GB) called me and asked if I could go with her and have a look at Sammy (Wishbone) eyes. He is a stray that she feds every day. She even put a collar on him to fool the dog catchers that he has an owner. But the people keep stealing his collar. But Lynn is an “old fox” and stubborn and keep getting him new ones.

He is the sweetest thing, so gentle and polite, and sure his eyes are looking “old” AWL will make an appointment for this little fellow to see an eye doctor Tuesday. Keep your paws.
Thanks to your donations we can make the strays get the medical care they need. That’s Amore.

The spring is coming slowly to Napoli and that means riding lessons on content horses. I have to make sure my children knows not to ride on unhappy horses….and it makes me more relaxed than having to inter fear with the owners how to make a horse “content”
But it is wonderful to see children bloom among animals. That’s Amore!