This is technically a Greek island. It’s a piece of dry land in the middle of the Aegean sea, and that makes it an island.
This is Kiara and she was rescued two years ago from a small village near Karditsa, Greece, when she was about five years old.
This will be short. And ridiculous. Blog posts are for me the only way to lay off steam sometimes, so here is my story from today:
Tina was a special one. Special for me and for everyone who met her, and i am grateful for every single moment I spent by her side.
There is something special about Greek animal welfare, and it’s the frequency and variety of horror stories it keeps providing every single day. I mean, seriously, this never stops.
This video was not really scheduled for now, although I was planning on making one in the future. But I always get influenced by things happening to my life, so there, this is me trying to control my anger (was it obvious?).
This is how puppies like him survive here, feeding off corpses, paper packages, garbage. Rural greece is full of little babies like this one, thrown out in the big world they know nothing about, alone, figuring out ways to quench their thirst and to satisfy their hunger.
This is a woman that had me in awe the first time I visited her, about a year and a half ago, when I was asked to photograph some of her dogs for adoption. I have been wanting to make a video on her for so long, and finally I get to show some of her work – actually presenting what she really does would make a two hour documentary.
I won’t be boring you with unnecessary words this time, mainly because I don’t want to spoil the cuteness. I met those seven yesterday, filmed them photographed them, had my puppy therapy of the month and I figured I should share it.
Thanks to everybody, all my subscribers, my patrons, my dogs, the rescuers, and of course all the animals whose stories I have told. We did all this together, so huge thanks to each and everyone of you – you held my hand along the way and for that I am grateful.