Stray dogs have to talk eventually. I mean, they need to! They deserve a syndicate or a party of their own, that represents them in Parliament. Ok, some of us serve as their voice, but if THEY could be the ones doing the talking, it would be… ah… priceless.
Continue reading Stray Dog Labeled “Dangerous” Is Actually The Most Tender Boy Ever
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
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
Stray dogs in Greece are on death row. Literally. They might not be piled up in shelters, scheduled to get a lethal injection on a specific date, but every day they spent on the streets is one day closer to a brutal and painful death, or abuse.
Continue reading Stray Dog Disappears And Comes Back Brutally Abused
Ran over, abandoned and found crawling on the street and begging for help, Xenia was lucky enough to be spotted by the right people. She was found in Patras industrial area, in Greece, a place full of stray, hungry and sick dogs, abandoned puppies, misery and hopelessness.
Continue reading Ran Over And Abandoned, This Dog Is Now Starting A New Life
Dog abuse in Greece is probably hardwired into our genes – I don’t know how I can explain it any other way. Embedded wires in necks, tails and even bellies of dogs and cats is so often, that my usual reaction when seeing on of these posts is: “oh, there’s another one”
Continue reading Dog Wandering For Days With Embeded Wire Cutting Through Her Belly
Stray dogs are in a constant game of Russian roulette (have said before). So, one day they live their lives among the “pack of humans” they consider they belong to, and the next day they are poisoned, ran over, abused or..spray painted.
Continue reading Stray Dog Violated By Having Football Team’s Name Spray Painted On Her
Shadow was a wild, stray dog, living in the outskirts of Athens, Greece. She used to sleep on a pile of garbage and feed off rotting corpses of livestock, abandoned in the field next to the house where the shepherd lives. Continue reading Rescue And Transformation Of A Wild, Sick And Starving Dog
Stray dogs are living in an ongoing game of Russian roulette. Every day they spin the revolver’s cylinder and pull the trigger. If they are lucky, they get a non-loaded chamber and they make it one more day. But since there is always a bullet in the cylinder, every day they spin it, is one day closer to getting the loaded chamber and being hit by a car, poisoned, abused or hit by illness. Continue reading Stray Dog Hit By Car Was Dragging His Shattered Legs For Weeks
Sad, lonely and fearful, Arnie was spotted by E., a SCARS volunteer in a gas station on the highway, about 65 kilometers from Athens, Greece. A calm, silent giant, looking at you with those huge, green eyes, but not approaching, thin, neglected and with a dermatological disease that made him scratch unstoppably. Continue reading Sad, Lonely Stray Dog Is The Happiest Boy After His Adoption