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Category Archives: spay and neuter project 2011



These two girls were transported from Adrianna’s shelter to be spayed by Lega Pro Animal and sponored by AWL thanks to a wonderful Grant that allows us to pay for many spay and neuters in 2011. That’s Liebe Amore!



 Thank you everyone for making a difference. Chiara, Lynn and Jason & Alison and AWL sponsoring the spay and neuter program 2011. This is protection Amore!



For a couple of years now have they been building a new NATO base close to where we live, after years of construction it will finally be open next year. Before it was just a big open space for many strays to have their litters, pack meetings and living. But now many people are driving there, building and closing in the area.

A woman, Lynn, has her “own” couple of strays that she has been feeding for several years, but now when the bushes are being torn down, more dogs seem to shows up wanting to be fed.

Many strays are pleased to see humans who give them treats, food and water, and maybe a pat on their head. AWL is starting to be worried when all new comers are coming and dogs will be taken in, and many probably will be cast off and out again, less capable to defend themselves (because they will have lost the instincts to survive on their own by then).

What do you do? They are lovely, you want to take them in but there is no room, no one wants to foster and it is the season of vacation when pets are being dumped on the streets. The adoption agency said their adoption line have never ever been so quiet as now.

So we decided that we should at least try to spay and neuter, and then release them back.

No more puppies!

My daughter Olivia and I went there and caught one young female (21 kg).
So scared, she curled up in the back of my SUV. I felt so bad and I hated this part of the work that I do. I had to constantly convince myself that this was better than nothing.

We left her at the clinic Lega Pro Animale and since she was a “return”
we could pick her up after a couple of days. I was pleased, since if something would happen, she was under good care.

Some days later, me and Olivia returned. She refused to walk on a leech so I had to carry her, she was ok with that.

We drove to the place where we picked her up but the gates were closed. I told Olivia we would have to release her outside, she could find a way in.

Suddenly an Italian Military van came up and out jumped a man in uniform shouting/yelling “You are not allowed to dump any dogs!”

Surprised at first but then I tried to explain to him what we were doing and why. He sighed and told me he had heard that before.

Olivia and I started to laugh so badly that I guess he thought we were totally crazy.

We drove off giggling and to the hospice were Talia now is staying. I don’t think

I want to do this spay and neuter release project anymore.

I was told I should put her back in the dark. But myself as the president of AWL, of course has a lot of eyes on me. Since we go after those who abandon dogs I bet they are waiting in the bushes to catch me.

That would be their laughing Amore!



Thank you Chiara for helping with spay and neutering project. You are true Meow Amore.


AWL is very busy and we are behind to tell you everything we are doing and have done. Let me try to catch up a little.

Greg who you read about on earlier posting, rescued and treated at AWL rehab/hospice. Our wonderful Greg will be leaving us tomorrow Friday. He got a wonderful family up North that Martina found, and had volunteers go and check the new home. We will miss him terrible since he has been a big favorite among us all. Good Luck handsome, you are Amore!

Yesterday AWL had three dogs sterilized at Lega Pro Animale from Adrianne’s Shelter. (Picture of number three will be published soon)

And Kiki had to visit Dr Damiani yesterday since she was peeing blood and had an eye infection.

Wonderful treatment, and today she is already doing fine. She is fantastic old lady, been chained up for 14 years and now running like a canon ball. That’s Amore

Picked up Benny that we rescued (read earlier blog) He got green horrible eye infection, erhlichia, more tests are pending. Keep your paws for Benny. He is now at the rehab/hospice, and he is an energetic boy.