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Dog Finds Abandoned Kittens And He Becomes The Perfect Foster Dad

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.




Aragon is an adopted dog. His mum is a SCARS volunteer who lives near the mountain of Imittos. Almost every day she finds empty cardboard boxes on the mountain (sometimes with the blankets and the toys still inside), but no animals. Within a few hours since they are abandoned, kittens, puppies, bunnies and even birds (no joke!) become the dinner of an hungry fox (the most common predator on the mountains near Athens). This time, the kittens were lucky. We were walking Aragon near the mountain, actually planning to to video on the huge number of animals abandoned there, when Aragon started pulling us towards their direction – basically he was the rescuer, and he has been an excellent foster dad since day one.

The kittens are ready for their forever homes. If you wish to adopt them, please email SCARS at: info@scars.gr or message the charity’s Facebook page. Donations are always welcome (PayPay): donate@scars.gr. Huge thanks to Frieden fur Pfoten  for always being there for our rescues.

ADOPT, DON’T SHOP!

 



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2 thoughts on “Dog Finds Abandoned Kittens And He Becomes The Perfect Foster Dad”

  1. I say this because raising an orphaned kitten to weaning age takes a great deal of energy and weeks of non-stop care just to give the little one a good chance at survival. And the younger the kitten, the more fragile it is. Sadly, very young motherless kitties often don’t make it no matter how good the care. If possible, raising two orphaned kittens together is better than one, so if you find someone else with a singleton, putting them together is a wise idea.

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