Yesterday we were watching Interstellar. For someone like me, who just read A Brief History of Time years ago and decided that all this was too much knowledge to fit into a tiny brain, Interstellar is comprehensible up to a point. After a while, I completely lose it.
Continue reading Interstellar Love – Laura, Me And Other Infinite “Mes”
Are you wondering about the cover image? Well, here is how it goes: the nails hidden in the sausages on the right were left for the dog to consume and die of. Well, not particularly this dog, but for any dog who had the audacity to step foot in the particular DOG park.
Continue reading Charity’s Dog Adoption Day Is Followed By A Message From The Neighbors
SCARS is basically a “newborn” charity. It’s founding only dates back a year and a half ago, and it’s composed by all sorts of people – from veterans, like the “golden girls”, who have fostered and rehomed more than 1000 animals in the past 10 years, to “newbies” who just adopted one of our rescue cats and ended up being…like us.
Continue reading Cat Rescue – Making The World A Better “Feline” Place
Lazy is an understatement when it comes to Mrs T. Her story is kind of sad, not that she remembers any of it or that she’s affected in any way by what happened to her.
Continue reading Lazy Rescue Dog Finds A Forever Home To Be Lazy At…
Neglected is an understatement probably. Meet “Snoopy”, who was found this afternoon tied outside a volunteer’s front gate in Athens, Greece, along with a brand new collar and a ridiculous note.
Continue reading Neglected Senior Maltese Found Abandoned With A Note…
Strays in Nafpactos (Lepanto for the world – it’s when Miguel de Cervantes lost his arm in a battle) are on death row. All Greek strays are on death row.
Continue reading Strays Poisoned (again) In One Of Greece’s Most “Beautiful” Towns
Every time I try to describe Tina and what she means to me, the words seem small and insignificant and I just mumble something like “she is amazing”. I wish I could talk with feelings, I wish I could draw my emotions or have a poet describe her for me, but I can’t.
Continue reading Rescue Of A Sick And Exhausted Senior Dog
Very big dogs are probably the most underestimated and misunderstood of all dogs – at least here in Greece. The common perception about them is that they need “space”.
Continue reading Very Big Dogs – Things To Know About Them
Greek animal welfare is no-kill. The way things usually work here is: you rescue a stray, you treat it and you place it in a foster home or a shelter until a forever home comes along – “until” meaning keeping it safe, healthy, well fed and taken care of for months, years or even its entire life.
Continue reading Greek Dogs And Cats On “Death Row”
Feral cats have this rumor of being… well, not what you would want a pet cat to be like, and they could not be more wrong. All of us involved in rescuing know very well that feral, stray cats can be awesome pets.
Continue reading Feral Cat Enjoys His First Grooming Session And….