Abandoned, emaciated and sick. Just another Greek hunting dog, just another Greek tragedy. This could be the entire post actually – for someone familiar with the situation in Greece, there’s not much more that needs to be said.
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Iron was rescued just a few days ago, Someone posted a video of him on the streets, and a SCARS volunteer collected him the next day. He was immediately taken to the vet, where he was x-rayed and examined. have never seen a cat in such condition. Continue reading Emaciated And Mutilated Cat Rescued From The Streets
Starving, sick (very sick), abandoned, desperate – this dog suffered for everything, everything you can imagine. She was rescued by the Ghosts of Aspropyrgos – a Greek charity struggling under impossible conditions in one of the suburbs of Athens you wouldn’t believe even exist. Continue reading Starving Sick Dog Recovers And Becomes A Loving Pet
Traumatizing dogs here seems to be a habit. It’s not just the ones hurting, abusing and treating them as trash, but also some of the people pretending to be helping them. Continue reading Traumatizing Strays And Ridiculous TNR – Valery’s Story
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
Miserable, sad and neglected, Greece’s hunting dogs are an open, bleeding would in Animal Welfare. Shelters are packed with emaciated and sick hounds. Many of them live a life of misery and are being abandoned per hundreds every year.
Continue reading Miserable Hounds – Greece’s Suffering Hunting Dogs
Emaciated, sick, and desperate dogs are wondering almost every street of rural Greece. They are the ghosts that nobody cares about, and that everyone pretends they are not there. They just roam around, and the sicker they get, the more rejected they are. Eventually, after they are left untreated for too long, they end up looking like Mahi. And there is no place for dogs like Mahi in city centers or villages. If they survive poisoning, the more gruesome they are to look at, the more they are driven away, because people simply don’t want to look at them. Continue reading Emaciated And Sick Dog Spent Her Last Days Loved