Dec/08

23

MIMMO’S RETRIEVAL

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His capture in Medgidia (July 2008) in the degraded suburbs.

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First treatment in our centre; Mimmo has got scab, he’s half-starved and scared.

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On December 2008 Mimmo is ready to be entered in an adoption program.

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Nov/08

27

TOBIA SURROUNDED BY STD TEAM’S LOVE

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Taken by his master to STD center 3 days after the presumed “accident“, Tobia was destined to be destroyed. But his eccellent disposition and the deep sorrow for this hundreth case of carelessness and human cruelty, drove STD to give him another chance. Today we can say it was not a wrong choice. Tobia is a very sweet dog, which loves the contact with human being, he is very comfortable in our centre in Medgidia and he feels like living. Our hope is that, as other blind dogs who were succesfully adopted, he could fly someday to Sweden, the most generous country in welcoming animals with this kind of problems. Here under Tobia’s pictures a few weeks after the operation: an extraordinary dog, who should teach his master virtues such as docility, faith in neighbour and enthusiasm for that life that someone wanted to take away to him.

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Oct/08

28

MAYA, MEDGIDIA

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Maya was found next to Medgidia Station last July (2008). One of her legs was seriously injured and already badly infected. In the first few days she was in such a bad state that we feared for her life: Maya nearly lose her leg and risked life due to septicemia. Fortunately the miraculous cure of the STD Staff brought her back to health: not only Maya can now walk again, but she has also found a nice family, a Swiss couple already owner of a Croatian wild dog. You can find here above a photo of when we first found Maya followed by a photo of her next to her new family.

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Viktor arrived in Cernavoda last winter, scared and traumatized after the experience of the killing pound in Bucharest. Trina, secretary of Hundhjalpen, had seen him and had decided that she could find a loving family for Viktor in Sweden, even if he was a three legged dog. In the next pictures you can see Viktor today, enjoying his new life in Sweden. Staring at’ him we can’t help thinking’ to all those dogs locked in Romanian killing pounds, who end their lives with a needle in their vein (if they are lucky…). Viktor, you are a real survivor! For more pictures click here.

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