There are people out there who will call a shelter and ask for the whitest, fluffiest, youngest dog – those people are a lot. And then there are people like Gina, who will go for the not so fluffy, cute ones – in fact, they will go for the least adoptable of all. Not out of pity, but out of …ehmm… I don’t know how to call it.
Continue reading Woman Adopts Tripod Dog And Comes Back Again To Adopt Her Tripod Friend
Stray dogs can get from very lucky to extremely unlucky. This is Stella’s story, and she was one of the luckiest ones. Of the thousands of puppies found abandoned on the streets of Greece every single day, some have luck smile on them, and some (well, let’s not go there, at least tonight).
Continue reading Stray Puppy Found On The Side Of The Road Attends Her Parents’ Wedding One Year Later
Tina’s story was a lesson for all of us that were involved in her rescue or simply followed her progress. Against all odds, she thrived. Against all odds, she beat every single stereotype about senior dogs, about huge dogs, about adoption, about life.
Continue reading Trapped In A World Too Small – Story Of A Senior Dog
Giant dogs suffer more discrimination that any other. “They need space”, “my house is not big enough”, “they need too much exercise”, “they feel oppressed in an apartment” are some of the erroneous beliefs and stereotypes that follow them, preventing many amazing giants from enjoying the life they deserve.
Continue reading Giant Dog Adopted At 12 Proves That Anything Is Possible
Stray dogs in Greece – and all around the world I guess – become familiar with the worst of humanity, and some of them, if they are lucky, with its best. Joker is one of those dogs who have experienced both.
Continue reading Stray Dog Shot In The Head Now Lives The Life Of A Star
Shot in the face – this was Morgan’s “reward” for approaching one of us “humans” for affection, on February 6, 2015, in Elefsina, in the outskirts of Athens, Greece.
Continue reading Shot In The Face And Blinded, This Dog Joined The Annual Marathon For The Strays
Sam was hit by a car on Valentine’s day, 2017, in one of the busiest avenues of Athens, Greece. A girl saw him crawling and screaming from the pain, minutes after he had been ran over and abandoned, and SPAZ, the local charity, took him in.
Continue reading Utopia In A Dog’s Eyes – Living Up To A Promise
Rescue cats can range from quite feral (at least at the beginning) to unbelievably affectionate and human centered. Powder was the latter. In fact, in my mind, Powder was always a person. He appeared to have the wisdom, the depth of emotions and the social intelligence of a human.
Continue reading Rescue Cat Loses His Best Friend But Finds His Family
Vlogging is not really my style. I guess it fits better a 20 years old youtuber presenting her weekend at the Marina Bay Hotel in Singapore (or something like that).
Continue reading Taking A Special Dog Home | Vlog #5
When I first met Dodo she had already lost her one leg, and Linda was struggling to save the other, and her tail. I remember the wounds, I just took a glimpse at them, while Linda was cleaning her, but I just couldn’t watch.
Continue reading Thriving In Two Legs – Dodo, The Dog That Lost Everything