Animals Without Limits

American Swedish non profit organisation

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Our animal friend Tammy was put on this mission. I received an e-mail some time ago that “we” had to come and get these puppies or the lady with them didn’t know what to do next with them. This woman was difficult to work with: took forever to get answers back, didn’t answer on the cell phone. And when we finally set a date to pick them up, she didn’t want anyone that day because she had to bathe them. Finally, Tam and a foster home “dad” could go and pick them up, it was all very upsetting. Here’s Tammy’s report:

The brown and white pups shown on the couch below were in pretty bad shape – it turns out the people who had them on base could not afford dog food and just gave them scraps. They were severely underweight. Our new foster has been feeding them slowly round the clock and the weight is coming back on. Last night I dropped them off at a clinic to get a complete health check and sterilized.

Once again, Animals Without Limits (AWL) is generously picking up the whole tab (my pockets are getting shallow). Unfortunately, AWL’s funds begin to dry up during the holiday season. Lets try to remember “tis the season” to give, including our four legged friends, so if any of you feel at all generous and can contribute a few dollars or euros to AWL please please give so we can continue the never ending fight to give a few dogs a chance at a decent life. If you skip one lunch or dinner out a month and brown bag it or eat at home, that’s saved money that we could use and you won’t miss 🙂

We can’t help them all but those that have the fortune of crossing our paths will not be ignored. I have included AWL’s link for on line donations. Thanks in advance for any help – one dog at a time. Tam.

AWL MARIA MATTSSONIT 15Y0316501600000110478130
IW BANK S.p.A.Via Cavriana, 2020134 Milan



After the mission at Rosella’s shelter yesterday, Tammy, Todd, Olivia and me continued the mission with four rescue dogs to Lega Pro Clinic for sterilization. (One is out of picture a beautiful red and white Setter that Olivia is holding)

AWL got help from a warm-hearted, lovely Tammy a new volunteer but have worked on the “field” by herself. She took extra care of this little girl who has Ehrlichia, the tick disease. It was good we came in with her now because she can still be treated. But the bad news: the treatment will continue for one month so we would love to have her in a foster family. She is sweeter than sweet, so calm and so kind. She is great with children and other dogs. For now, she needs a quiet loving place to get her strength back.

Tammy and Todd with two beautiful ladies. They were so good in the car and so great with other dogs, and Olivia my daughter.
They are up for adoption–these are NOT AWL dogs but we are helping out to find a loving home and we pay for their treatments to set them off on the right paw.
More to come from the day of Mission