“A few days after the tragedy of Navodari I confess that the temptation not to celebrate with you my birthday was strong.
Yet, together with my collaborators in Milan, we thought it would be like giving in to those who allow such atrocities to happen every day in the Romanian shelters, while proudly reporting the figures of the dogs killed in 2014, as it recently happened in Bucharest and Constanta.
We won’t allow this news to lessen our optimism and desire to build a country that respects its animals. On the contrary, we are even more motivated to continue our battle for civilization in Romania. Which better opportunity then, but my 42nd birthday, to renew with even more determination my and your commitment to the cause of the Romanian abandoned animals?
Celebrate together with me to say out loud that the work of Save the Dogs will continue until things will change throughout Romania.
Last year you have been extremely generous and many of you showed your affection towards me donating for my birthday.
Thanks to those donations we managed to raise the amount of money necessary to start the construction of the veterinary clinic. Today we expect to start the building in a few months, hoping to overcome all the bureaucratic issues.
This year I ask you to offer to the dogs and cats assisted in our center in Medgidia medicines, worming and anti-flea products for a value of 10,000 Euros, half of the annual cost of the supply (in 2014 we spent 19,129 Euros). What do you think, are we going to make it? …
Share this campaign with your friends through the crowd-funding platform Rete del Dono that promotes this initiative and you will make me the most beautiful present ever!
I send you all warm greeting and I thank you in advance for your donations!”
The veterinary care is one of the most important activities of Save the Dogs’ centers in Romania. In our two clinics the vets are working full time to cure, operate or monitor the health conditions of the four-legged friends we daily rescue.
Ensuring our guests the access to the best cures is a priority for our association. Thanks to a constant investment in human resources and medical equipment we have always been able to provide highly qualified veterinary care. (more…)
This week we would like tell you a story which has drawn the attention of our supporters.
One month ago our team in Medgidia has received one of those many daily phone calls. It was about a female dog in the Topraisar village – 80 km away from our shelter- which had an iron wire tied around her belly. (more…)
The educational program that was initiated by Save the Dogs in all schools in Medgidia in 2012, and then introduced in Cernavoda also the year next, has been launched again a few days ago. With the help of our program we will reach about 2500 pupils between 6 and 10 years of age by the end of the school year in 2014.
Through our everyday presence in classrooms throughout the area we would like to encourage children to become responsible pet owners and at the same time to become supporters of Save The Dogs activities in the area. (more…)