Why didn’t you keep him? He loved you … I get this question almost every time I post a video about a rescue or foster dog (ah! especially a foster dog) that was adopted. Today, I even woke up to find a comment in Christie’s video saying “she trusted you and you let her down!” WTF???
Continue reading Why I Did Not Keep The Dog That “Loved Me”
Amazing, tough, dedicated and inspiring, these eight women just…deserve to be here. Today it’s Women’s Day, so this post is about these eight women that I know, admire and respect. Some of them have gone viral through my videos, and some haven’t. Animal Welfare in Greece is a heavy load, mainly falling on women’s shoulders. So, here they are:
Continue reading Amazing Women Rescuers Dedicated To Helping Animals In Need
Starving, alone, wild, very sick and surviving on her own, feeding off corpses somewhere in the outskirts of Athens, Greece, Shadow’s rescue was not an easy task – nor is fostering her. Continue reading Starving And Sick Rescue Dog Takes Her First Steps Towards Trust
Meet Katie and Marianna, our oldest, most experienced and most dedicated volunteers. They have fostered more than 1000 dogs and cats, over the past 15 years, and do not intend to stop any time soon! Continue reading Meet The Women Who Have Fostered More Than 1000 Dogs And Cats
Fostering is about letting go – I guess that’s pretty clear. Foster parents serve as an intermediary, and it all comes down to that precious moment, when our fosters leave for their forever home. Continue reading Fostering Away – How To Say Goodbye To Your Foster Dog
Fostering is a way of life, and once you go down that road, there is no turning back. I didn’t really know what I was doing the first time it happened. I just found a dog outside my house, picked him and brought him home. Of course I did keep that first one – the first one is always difficult to let go. Continue reading Fostering Peak – Five Dogs In An Apartment