On a positive note, both Brodie and Luna are reserved, and as soon as their vaccinations are completed and they have their pet passports they will be starting their new lives away from Greece.
Last week Stavroula saw a young puppy searching in trash bins for food and noticed his ears and tail had been cut off, he was very vulnerable and was taken to the shelter where he has been named Buster, thank you Cath for funding vaccinations and naming him. Despite his suffering at the hands of humans he still has trust and love as you can see on the video xx Buster is about 4 months old.
Another puppy, Tilly is soon ready to be adopted, we are all waiting for her to be offered a new life, she is lovely.
As the shelter is so crowded now, we admins are desperately trying to raise money so that at least two new enclosures can be bought and we want to get more concrete run areas built, which are easier to keep clean and practical. There is a real need now for a new area to keep the youngsters safely away from the older dogs, where they have their own space. All of the dogs here are given the best possible chance of a new start, all of them are cared for and receive vet treatments and vaccinations and this is all done by one woman, who works harder than we can imagine for the love of the dogs. We always need help in many ways, please consider a sponsorship or a donation, or a bag of special food for the poorly ones recovering from illness or starvation, as you can see every penny goes to the welfare of the dogs. Or if you have thought of adopting or fostering, don’t hesitate to message us for advice x - Lyn