It was a dreary spring day when we received word of a litter of abandoned puppies in the remote Romanian countryside. Our team of dog rescuers immediately set off, armed with hope and determination. And there, among the overgrown fields and dilapidated buildings, we found them - a precious bundle of fur, Layla and her brothers and sisters.
Layla, a sweet and gentle soul, was the runt of the litter. Her big, expressive eyes glimmered with both fear and longing for a loving human touch. We could only imagine the hardship she had endured during her short life. But despite it all, she wagged her tail, as if trying to prove her resilience to the world.
Now, fully vaccinated and desperate to leave her painful past behind, Layla awaits her chance to find a forever home. With every day that passes, her eagerness grows, hoping for a family who will appreciate her loyal nature and give her the love she so desperately craves. If you are willing to open your heart to this once abandoned darling, Layla will be forever grateful and bring a touch of joy to your life.
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How you can rescue dogs like Layla from the animal shelter:
Ways you can help dogs like Layla have a better life
The best way to help Layla 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