Animals Without Limits

American Swedish non profit organisation

Category Archives: rescue animals

Rescue Horses Receives Treatment

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Rescue Horses Rihanna, Julia and GummiBear got a visit from the talented Osteopat Andy Schaff!

Our Horses also received therapy after their treatments with the amazing vet horse blanket BEMER.


For us it is very important that our clients will be treated with respect, and that includes their bodies too. As a thank you for what they have been given us humans money wise, we want them to have the last years as wonderful as possible.

Thank you Andy Schaff Pferdeosteotheraphie for your work, and support to our AWL Rescue Horses

That’s Amore!

More Turtles

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This is PorkyPine, one of our new members in our Rescue Home in Germany.

 

Many exotic animals are getting sadly abandon, and it’s horrifying to see them laying in plastic buckets on top of each other.
The veterinarian is walking on his knees with abandon animals they are supposed to treat and not keeping them.

Sadly, the exotic animals don’t have any value (strangely)

PorkyPine came to us (with his male friend) last Friday. She is being treated for an infection and I give her shots daily for seven days.

Every day we get requests to rescue animals. Every day!!! However, we cannot keep it up without your help.

I literally am walking on my knees. It’s been a tough summer!

With your support, we can continue to rescue animals. Exotic Animals that never asked to be smuggled in, taken away their freedom.

Then to be mistreated and sick.

We are in desperate need of a BIG aquarium, a (letter) scale, big rocks, and money donations to be able to pay for medicines and veterinarian care.

Be part in PorkyPines and his friends’ rescue mission. Thank you!

DONATE HERE

 

That’s Amore! Poeky and my car keys

Plan Your Rescue Mission

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When you rescue a dog from the streets and brings him to a shelter, make sure you got a time plan. 


Many dogs are happy on the streets when being healthy and looked after. 



 Some “happy” street dogs ends up in cages for many years,up to 7-14 years! 

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We are volunteers from USA, Italy, Sweden and Germany, a colourful team.

That’s Amore!