Animals Without Limits

American Swedish non profit organisation

Category Archives: rescue dog

The Best Christmas News Ever

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 Just for a couple of days I posted Iris searching after a home. Christmas Eve, I had promised myself not to be on FB or checking my emails. Disappointed and frustrated I had to admit, it was darn hard not to check. I tried to comfort myself that I only had to check three times during the whole day.

Wow, what is happening to us!

However, I am so glad I did. The best Christmas news was laying there waiting for my approval.

A family in Stockholm, Sweden wanted to adopt Iris, would I say yes to them?

Amazing news….Iris is out from the horrible shelter and now in a foster home, the mom that rescued her ones.

That’s Amore Iris!

This is What we Do

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 This is what we do; find, evaluate, treat, love, medicine, family

That’s Amore!
Look with your eyes, brain and heart heart emoticon not only eyes.
The year 2009We found her locked into a construction site. There were people but no one gave her food. I put on my black tights and black hood and got her out. She pooped grass.
I took her to a veterinarian who screamed that we had to euthanize this dog. It was probably full of diseases!
I don’t keep animals alive only to have them suffering, but I know that sometimes we have a tendency to look too much with our eyes.
The vet then said, this dog would cost a lot of money medical wise. It was cheaper to euthanize the dog.
I refused. My mind and heart said something else.
We changed veterinarian. Tests were being made…no diseases!
I found a family, a fantastic family.
They never had any excuses to leave her behind even if they moved around the world.
No excuse even when they got a child.
Still today, I get pictures of Brandy, she is aging full of love.
Thank you to all of you who dare to support AWL projects and missions. You are a big part of this story.
Thank you always to you Blessilda and Husband Simpson heart emoticon

Mia Mattsson-Mercer
CEO AWL

It is Never to Late

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Genni our volunteer together with her adopted Senior Dog, Luce went and gave a presentation on keeping animals safe and keeping children safe around animals to her daughters Girl Scout troop so they could earn a safety badge. ” I used my AWL yellow bag and talked about where Lucy came from. As always, Lucy is a super star. I brought my stethoscope and all of the children got to listen to Lucy’s heart beat and of course give her lots of love and attention. ” Genni heart emoticon
What an inspiration

 Luce was a former hunting dog locked into an outside basement without electricity or heat for 10 years.
Her owner died and the rest of the family didn’t want Luce and drove her to the state shelter. We found a home for her here in Germany, the wonderful family Genni (USA)
She was full of cancer and AWL sponsored her surgeries. For over two years now has she been healthy and a big star among children….teaching them….it’s never to late, even if you are a Senior Dog!

That’s Amore!

HAPPY NEW YEAR

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AWL is a big  Senior lover and when we received this pictures it was a lot of “awe”

We want to wish all our supporters a great 2015 and at the same time thank you all for your wonderful support during 2014. We coulnd’t have done anything without you, and that is so true.

When we rescue an animal its because of your donations. You are the one that determine how many we can rescue and what we can do to help the animal. Surgery, medicine and rehab foster.

This year we hope to make more miracles, and also the hard thing…to let a sick animal go to the other side when nothing more can be done.

I am not much for New Years Eve promises, but I do promise myself and you followers to become better in updating this blog.

You can follow us on Instagram  @animalswl and Fb

HAPPY NEW YEAR

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!