Children are supposed to be the future, and the key word in the previous sentence, is “supposed”. You see, children are the best imitators, and they have no other choice but to imitate the adults they are surrounded by.
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Abandoned litters of kittens are such a common thing in Greece, that every time we come across one, our usual reaction is “oh, no, not again”. Within only a month, SCARS has rescued more than 25 kittens, all abandoned in the same way.
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Rescue is (or should be) such a genuine act – and feeling. It actually makes you feel like a rock star – no plans, no schedule, no conformity of any kind. One moment you are in your car driving somewhere, where people are waiting, a table has been set or a wedding is about to take place, and the next moment you simply let life take you wherever she (life is a woman) has decided to.
Continue reading Rescue Of A Scared Dog Abandoned On A Highway – In Black And White
Dog abandonment in Greece is such a common thing, that most rescuers don’t even blink anymore, every time a new dog appears. Some are left on the streets, some on the mountains, some are left tied with notes and some are left tied in the middle of nowhere to die of hunger and thirst.
Continue reading Dog Found Tied Next To A Field With A Note For The Rescuers
Dog owners walk a lot, and this is sometimes risky in Greece – well, depending on the way you look at things. Basically, walking your dog in the mountain or near a garbage bin, the chances of finding an abandoned litter of puppies or kittens are quite high.
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Sick and emaciated, Serios was wandering alone where all those dogs wander, somewhere in rural Greece, next to the highway, among people passing by, cars driving by and life going on unbothered by “just another dog’s” struggle to make it through another day.
Continue reading Sick Dog Rescued And Transformed Is Still Looking For A Home After One Year
Owner = a person who owns; legal possessor. Dog owner = responsibility, patience, sacrifice, love etc. Dog owner (in this case) = someone take care of my problem. As sad, disgusting, and awful as it sounds, it did not just happen once. In Greece it happens every day, and in this case the “owner” was considerate enough to leave a note.
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Mother dogs are probably the most vulnerable of all our misfortunate Greek little heroes. Giving birth alone, on the streets, nursing and caring some of the least fortunate puppies ever, desperately looking for food and water while leaving their off springs behind, to be the easiest prey for the worst of predators: humans.
Continue reading Mother Dog Gave Birth Chained Without Food In The Middle Of Nowhere
Before making the video, I googled “dumb excuses for not neutering your cat”, and guess, what, there actually is such an article and the title sounds like something I could have written.
Continue reading Litter Of Kittens Abandoned Next To Garbage – The “oops” Phenomenon
Litter – I remember the first time I heard the word and it sounded so cruel. In Greek, we don’t use a similar word when referring to puppies or kittens, but maybe we should. We just say “a family of kittens/puppies” etc.
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