I have been waiting and waiting and wanting to tell Caesar’s story since forever. His ordeal has finally come to an end, and his new life has just began, so I can finally write about him and use every single verb in narrative present tense, not actual present.
Continue reading Dog That Has Been Through Almost Everything Finally Finds The Family He Deserves
The number of puppies abandoned in Greece every year is unimaginable. Nobody know how many they are really, like nobody knows how many strays there are here.
Continue reading Sad Stray Puppies Recover From Mange And Transform Into Adorable Little Brats
The rescues that we have lost over the years are the ones haunting us, always. Every time you bring a new dog in, you always picture his happy ending. You fantasize about it since day one, and the fantasy is so vivid, that in a way, it becomes a reality.
Continue reading The Ones That Did Not Make It
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
How many puppies are abandoned here every week? Can you imagine? Well, nobody can, because they are uncountable. While we go around neutering and spaying strays, citizens keep producing more and more strays, allowing their dogs to breed and then simply removing the puppies from their mothers and abandoning them somewhere in the middle of nowhere.
Continue reading How many Puppies Are Really Abandoned In Greece Every Week?
Stray dogs in Greece are on death row. Literally. They might not be piled up in shelters, scheduled to get a lethal injection on a specific date, but every day they spent on the streets is one day closer to a brutal and painful death, or abuse.
Continue reading Stray Dog Disappears And Comes Back Brutally Abused
Prison is where animal abusers belong to, and this is where the 77 year old murdered is going. Yesterday the court found him guilty as charged, and he will be paying the price for all 16 cats he poisoned that night. Continue reading Prison Time And € 480k Fine For Cat Murderer In Greece
Purebred dogs come first in most people’s preferences when choosing a pet. I am not here to argue whether this is right or wrong. Actually I am. It is wrong in so many ways. Not because of what you might think – all the mix breed unwanted dogs living on the streets or piled up in shelters, but because basically, insisting on bringing more and more purebred puppies to the world, when nature disagrees, is borderline abuse. Continue reading Purebred, Mix Breeds and Pariahs – When Nature Insists On Doing It Better