The Italian staff of Save the Dogs, together with the Romanian one would like to express their gratitude to the 4.767 people who chose to contribute to our cause by the 5×1000 in 2012 (a measure which allows all Citizen to devolve part of income taxes to their favourite association).
We are not able to thank each and every one of you in person, as the names of the the people who made their contributions, remain undisclosed by the Government, but we would like to thank you for trusting us and our cause.
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…)
This week we are going to tell you the story of a successful rescue operation with a happy ending, even though it could have turned into a real tragedy.
Last week we received a rather unusual alert. The person calling was asking us to set free some animals locked up in an apartment from Navodari, a small resort on the shore of the Black Sea.
The owner of the house, a lady leading a solitary life, has been urgently brought to the emergency of the Psychiatry in Constanta, therefore being forced to abandon her only life companions. During her stay in the hospital she kept telling everyone she had a cat and a dog waiting for her at home, but nobody believed her. (more…)