Children are supposed to be the future, and the key word in the previous sentence, is “supposed”. You see, children are the best imitators, and they have no other choice but to imitate the adults they are surrounded by.
Continue reading Children Tie A Wire Around Dog’s Neck And Drag Him Till He Loses His Voice
Greek strays range from very unlucky to unbelievably lucky. Being born in the streets or ending up there one day can easily result in being poisoned, ran over, abused or piled up in a public shelter and die of hunger and neglect.
Continue reading Greek Stray Dog Adopted In Paris Won’t Stop “Bragging” About It
Rescue is (or should be) such a genuine act – and feeling. It actually makes you feel like a rock star – no plans, no schedule, no conformity of any kind. One moment you are in your car driving somewhere, where people are waiting, a table has been set or a wedding is about to take place, and the next moment you simply let life take you wherever she (life is a woman) has decided to.
Continue reading Rescue Of A Scared Dog Abandoned On A Highway – In Black And White
Rescuing was always about private initiative I guess. Some of us have a soft spot for cats, dogs, baby birds, turtles..whatever. So, you rescue one, then another, then you meet some people who feel the same, make an organization, rescue some more, get organized and then the state comes along and says: “I couldn’t care less about baby birds, but since you do, here’s some money. You do the hard work and I act cool and generous”.
Continue reading Rescuing An Orphaned Baby Bird – Guess Who Couldn’t Care Less
Sam’s story started four months ago, when he was found by a SPAZ volunteer dragging himself on the side of the road. He had been hit by a car weeks before probably, he had gone through the terrible pain and the agony on his own, struggling to stay alive, to find shelter, food and water, with his legs smashed and his spirit crushed.
Continue reading After A 4 Month Struggle To Stay Alive, Sam Is Finally Home
Dog abandonment in Greece is such a common thing, that most rescuers don’t even blink anymore, every time a new dog appears. Some are left on the streets, some on the mountains, some are left tied with notes and some are left tied in the middle of nowhere to die of hunger and thirst.
Continue reading Dog Found Tied Next To A Field With A Note For The Rescuers
Burnt, poisoned, tortured, decimated… Can you really grasp the meaning of those words? Language is an amazing thing, able to capture meanings, feelings and events too complicated, and yet, the actual “essence” of some events seems to be bubbling over the word itself.
Continue reading Burnt Alive, Poisoned And Tortured – Take Action For Zante Stray Dogs
I had been wanting to do this for so long. This is the second one of these videos and making them is probably a way for me to “get it out of my system”. What happens here in Greece every single day can never be covered by my daily blogs or a rescue video I upload per week.
Continue reading Animals In Greece This Week (again)
Dog owners walk a lot, and this is sometimes risky in Greece – well, depending on the way you look at things. Basically, walking your dog in the mountain or near a garbage bin, the chances of finding an abandoned litter of puppies or kittens are quite high.
Continue reading Dog Finds 4 Abandoned Kittens And Become A Perfect Foster Parent
Sick and emaciated, Serios was wandering alone where all those dogs wander, somewhere in rural Greece, next to the highway, among people passing by, cars driving by and life going on unbothered by “just another dog’s” struggle to make it through another day.
Continue reading Sick Dog Rescued And Transformed Is Still Looking For A Home After One Year