In these days we think about the many guests in Save the Dogs‘ facilities in Romania, hoping that they may spend next Christmas together with their families. If you also want to let them feel the warmth of Christmas, you can send them a small contribution which will turn into food and toys for our 700 dogs and 60 cats.
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We wish you and your four-legged friends
Merry Christmas and happy holidays!
Note: Save the Dogs’ headquarters in Milan will close from 24th of December to 6th of January. If you need to contact us please send an e-mail: we will answer back starting with the 7th of January.
Check out here the latest issue of Save the Dogs’ magazine.
The new cattery in Medgidia
We would like to use these few lines to thank you all, who have donated lately in favor of one of our projects. Many of you positively responded to our help requests and thanks to you our cats in Medgidia have a new, cozy and comfortable house to spend their time waiting to be adopted. It’s also thanks you that we have been able to replace the old ultrasound machine, continuing therefore to guarantee the best veterinary care to our guests. Finally you brought warmth in our shelters thanks to the many donations for the straw supply.
Save the Dogs and other Animals by means of its President Sara Turetta was awarded the prestigious international Jeanne Marchig Animal Welfare Award.
“[...] the Trustees of the Marchig Animal Welfare Trust received a large number of nominations for the Award from all over the world – pointed out the Chairman of the Trustees, Les Ward - With so many worthy candidates, the decision was not easy. Nevertheless, in the end the Trustees were unanimous that the “Jeanne Marchig Animal Welfare Award 2014” should be awarded to Sara Turetta.”
Sunday November 16 the Romanian presidential elections took place, a face to face between the current Prime Minister Victor Ponta (PSD) and the Mayor of Sibiu Klaus Iohannis (ACL).
Against all the odds, Iohannis defeated Ponta gaining 54,5% of the total votes, with the crucial contribution of the Romanians abroad.