When we set out to save her, this chow-chow was inert, sitting under a bridge in Medgidia, struggling with hunger and fatigue. The person who alerted us a few hours before, asking for our intervention, assured that the poor animal was looking for food for more than five days, but he was impossible to approach because of his mistrust in people. Obviously, now lacking any strength, the poor dog ended up lying on the street, waiting to die. (more…)
We have made another small step towards a new European Directive which will serve the benefit of cats and dogs, actually not included in any normative and left to the legislation of each country.
During the conference held in Bruxelles on the 28th of October by the Presidency of Lithuania and by the Eurogroup for Animal Welfare, (our president has also attended the conference), the necessity of a legal framework that sets minimum standards for all member countries became a main focus area, as now there are huge differences between individual laws. (more…)
Just a few months ago we have brought to daylight the case of Johnny the donkey from Constanța, brutally beaten and finally saved by the intervention of the local Police force.
Many citizens informed us about an officer of the Police Station nr. 4 from Constanța, Vasile Petrescu, who has shown a great zeal in saving and confiscating on the sight the poor, gravely injured animal. (more…)
The small Jenny is one of the numerous dogs which – immediately after birth – are abandoned by their own owners by the garbage cans together with their puppies.
After 11 years of activity in Cernavoda, we still don’t manage to understand how some people can bring themselves to choose this option, when there is the alternative to neuter the animals free of charge at our clinic. (more…)
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