Double deed when googled usually comes up along with that old nursery rhyme – maybe it was in the actual poem where the phrase was first used, I have no idea actually. For me, it is a masterpiece, and I have been silently reciting it for two months now – I usually talk to myself while I walk my dogs, so after having recited it about 500 times, I came up with my own version of it’s meaning.
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Dog abuse, neglect, abandonment – you name it- in Greece, is like the Doctor Jekyll of our “hospitable, kind, proud and warm” Mediterranean self. The kind shepherd you ask for directions is the same person who can potentially hang, shoot or drown his hunting dog for not doing its job and the nice lady who serves you homemade Geek dishes is the same lady who poisons her next door neighbor’s cats. Continue reading Dog Wandering With Broken Jaw For 15 Days While Nobody Helped Her
Guide dogs are a new thing in Greece. Functional blind people, able to move around and live a normal life are also a new thing, since Greece is a country where being disabled basically means staying at home. Continue reading Guide Dog Murdered By Poison Thrown In Her Blind Owner’s Yard
Scarecrow in flesh and blood. Chained and left in the middle of nowhere is how most dogs spend their entire lives in Greece. This is how this young dog lives for now, in the beautiful island of Skyros – it doesn’t look so beautiful now, does it? Continue reading Scarecrow – Dog Chained For Life And Living In His Feces