If you are Greek, I guess that you already know Auguste Corteau. If not, and you’re first hearing about him from me, then you should know that I am very anxious while writing this.
Three of them are in wheelchairs and the fourth one is three legged. Michelle Collier‘s lens captured them having a blast, enjoying a day out, being silly, and funny and carefree.
Anyone who has a basic idea about animal welfare in Greece knows that what these volunteers are facing is just too common.
I have no idea, nobody does. But for some reason, as studies suggest, dogs do prefer to “excrete with the body being aligned along the north-south axis,” avoiding east-west altogether.
Florence – as her rescuers named her – was found in the village of St Flora, near Kalamata in southern Greece.
Iole’s ordeal was one of the worst cases of animal abuse we have seen here in Greece, and unfortunately it’s not an exception.
Abandoned in the middle of nowhere, in the middle of a busy highway somewhere in rural Greece, Mel (in Greek we called him Melios) was spotted and rescued by volunteers.
Dozens of abandoned, sick dogs, of all ages are still living isolated and forgotten near the now closed dumpsite of Katerini, in Northern Greece.
Children know, they just do. Even when society tries to deprive them of an empathy they are usually born with, deep down they know what’s right and they have an innate love for animals, that sometimes stays with them throughout their lifetime, and sometimes it doesn’t.