Our team of dedicated dog rescuers set off on another mission in the Romanian countryside, hoping to bring hope and a better future to the forsaken souls left behind. It was on one of those gloomy days, as rain poured down and winds howled through the desolate fields, that we stumbled upon a small, matted bundle of fur huddled in a corner. It was Evita, a young lady of only two years, abandoned and left to fend for herself.
Her once bright eyes were filled with sadness, a reflection of the harsh life she had endured. But despite her sufferings, there was a glimmer of hope in her smile. It was a smile that could melt even the coldest of hearts, reminding us all that there was still goodness in this world. Evita deserved a second chance, a chance to be loved and cherished by a family of her own.
So here she is, dear reader, Evita, a survivor of the Romanian countryside, searching for a forever home. She may have had a difficult past, but she promises to bring joy and happiness into your life. Give her a chance, and that contagious smile will light up your days, reminding you of the power of resilience and love. Let Evita's story be one of triumph and a testament to the transformative power of compassion.
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How you can rescue dogs like Evita from the animal shelter:
Ways you can help dogs like Evita have a better life
The best way to help Evita is to adopt. If that`s not an option, then maybe you can support
by donating a small amount to our cause. Please try to donate a small sum but on a monthly basis.
way we can control our finances more easily and be much more efficient in our work. Even
2£ per month can make a big difference for our dogs!
Did you know that there are ongoing spay/neuter campaigns in Romania done by
volunteers? This kind of actions aim tens of thousands of animals each year, preventing
them from reproducing.
Veterinary Social Clinic Romania
Being involved in such campaigns for over 16 years, doctor Irina Corbu is a
veteran surgeon that also runs a social clinic in Bucharest. All sorts of animals in
need, especially abandoned dogs and cats, are being treated there by a team of experts
providing free veterinary care. Find out more about her clinic by clicking the link