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…
Elsa and her sister (whose name I never remember) we rescued in Athens, Greece, in winter 2017. Believe it or not, the two girls were found abandoned on a mountain (!). No I am not joking..
Continue reading Rescued Chiouaoua Can;t have Enough Of Butt Rubs!
Love bites, love bleeds. 😛 Apart from the not so funny ways you can get hurt by your dog (bites etc ), there are always the funny, silly ways. After the first shock, the pain and the anger, you probably laugh (or at least you should – it is very unfair to punish a dog for hurting you accidentally) and let your friends make fun of you. Continue reading Love Bites – Silly Ways Your Dog Can Accidentally Hurt You
Funny, witty and very active. That’s what Chino is. He was rescued several months ago by a SCARS volunteer, after she found wandering in a busy street of downtown Athens. Just seven kilos and one year old, he was left wandering alone by his owner in the city’s busiest suburb. Continue reading Funny Dog Narrates His Rescue Through A Comic
Tiniest puppies would mean that they are the size of a teacup, and that they fit perfectly into you palm. Well, these guys actually do! Continue reading Tiniest Rescue Puppies – The “Aww” Post
Rescue dogs are not sad, miserable creatures. Most people tend to think that rescue is one sad thing to do and adopting a shelter dog involves problems, sorrow and pain. They couldn’t be more wrong. Once a dog is rescued and recovered, he can range from funny to hilarious, and make us volunteers laugh a lot, every day. Continue reading Penny For Your Thoughts – Inside A Rescue Dog’s Mind
Recovery for some rescue animals can be a slow and painful procedure, both for them and for the volunteers. It can take long visits to the vet, extra care, and waiting. Waiting can exhaust you so much to the point that you forget what you are going to all this trouble for. Continue reading Recovery Of Rescue Kitten Makes Volunteers Get Creative
Photo editor can be a big help in Animal Welfare. I use it a lot. I never photoshop, but adding a couple of funny quotes in a rescue dog’s or cat’s photos always helps the post perform a lot better. However, in Chino’s case, not photoshop, no editing, and no quotes were needed.
Continue reading Photo Of Rescue Dog Makes Volunteers And Followers Go Crazy
Robocat is what we call him, because in rescue, the best thing you can do is stay positive and always look on the bright (and funny) side of things. Otherwise you risk ending up in a psyche word. What we see every day is just too much to handle. And when people ask how do we deal with it, the answer is not always easy to hear. We deal with it laughing. At least I do. I laugh a lot. Continue reading Robocat – Tiny Rescue Kitten Is The Funniest Baby Ever
Dog’s minds are simple and easy to read, as long as you know your dog – and I know Apollo. He is my first rescue dog, and a lot more. A friend once called him the cartoon dog, and she was right. There is something adorably funny about him at all times, and since he’s my favorite boy, who even has his one playlist in my Youtube channel, he deserves another post. So, here are some of his special thoughts captured on camera! Continue reading Dog’s Mind – Inside Apollo’s Thoughts