Animals Without Limits

American Swedish non profit organisation

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Sanctuary is Growing

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Little would I know going to our veterinarian (specialist in exotic animals) with our sick bearded dragon Bob I would leave the clinic with 4 new “friends’ in need of homes.

I am teaching my Animal Study class the importance of taking care of a pet. Nothing you get ride of when getting board. It’s sad to see healthy animals being brought to veterinarians to be put down. I can only imagine how the veterinarian feels, their job is to help animals to get better, and when suffering help them peacefully to eternal sleep.

When I saw the turtles in plastic buckets (rectangular) I couldn’t turn my back.

Me and my children drove to the store and bought material to fence in the pond. I am so grateful to the workers in the store that patiently tried to understand what I wanted. Its difficult in German to explain building material. I got perfect help. Thank you HELA.

Ali came and started to help, and today, we are going to continuing building.

Our Sanctuary is now bigger than it ever became in Italy! We are fewer volunteers too due to location.

We ask you for your support, every donation counts and goes to the animal and building material. (200 euro for the material.)

Salad, fruit, and worms are needed to our big turtles, rats, Quail and Bearded Dragon Cass (and of course when Billy Bob is coming home from the clinic)

Donation information please go to our main page and scroll down.

From all our hearts, thank you for your support and attention.

That’s Amore!

 

Working on the D Vitamins

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Amazingly, we can provide Miracle some Sunshine during these dark days (its getting brighter day by day) He loved having warmth relaxing his muscles.

I think this was the first time Miracle received Solarium for Horses. He is 26 years old rescue horse/retired from being a riding school horse in southern Italy. (Now in S Germany together with us as an AWL Horse.)

Two more horses from the same stable are coming up the end of this month. And we will provide the same service as we give Miracle.

All your donations (earmarked Horses) will go to give them the best services. Please, help us help them to have the wonderful retirement that they so deserve. Not end up in a slaughterhouse with anxiety and worthlessness as their last feelings.

WE cannot save them all, however we can all help to make a difference.

That’s Amore,

 

 

 

I am SomeOne

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My name is Fulvio and I am so waiting for a forever home.

I had a rough start in life, born on the streets of Neapels in Italy. At an age of 4 months, I got caught by the dogcatchers. They brought me to a very stressful veterinarian clinic were the spay and neuter strays. No emotions. No owner that is waiting worried.  After getting castrated they drove me out to the streets and dumped me in a pack of other stray dogs. Well…. they didn’t like me and not approving that I stayed. I got attacked.

An Animal Volunteer heard me screaming and got me out from the dog’s teeth. She drove me to a nice veterinarian and they stitched me up.

Now I am 5 months old and cannot stay. I would really like to have my family to feel loved and secured.

To the best family, I can travel. I got my pet passport. Please, give me a second chance.

awlrescueteam@gmail.com

 

“Rats” they are Cute

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rats

For many months has my daughter wished for rats. I have to admit I wasn’t that happy with the thought. One part of me said, You have heard that they are intelligent and great pets. The other part of me said, Not in my home with ten dogs. And, Rats! They are kind of…. I couldn’t find the right word, only the feeling. Rats had been a long symbol of death and pestilence, they haunt our nightmares and scuttle in our walls, scaly tails dragging behind them. And rats cause billions of dollars in damage!!

However, my daughter had only one wish. The rats had to be adopted, not bought.

To my suprise, it wasn’t hard to find rats to adopt. Several families didn’t  have the time anymore.

Spoons and Grace are now members of the AWL household team, educating us more about rodents.

They’re VERY social so it’s best to have more than one rat!

To be honest! I love them (my children and two of the dogs) They are incradable sweet, easy, intillegent and very clean– cleaner than a cat (true fact). When I enter the room they run to the cage door (cage is huge) and waits for me to open and take them out.

Never judge rats until you have really get to know them!

That’s Amore!

PS Thank you Diana for helping with the adoption.

 

 

 

Animal Communication

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Oregon in black

When you rescue an animal the most important thing is to know his history from himself. Not him learning from what you have learned from previous animals.

That comes later!