Thank you Martina, Federica, Ivan and Dr Damiani Clinic.
Monday, April 30, 2012
Sunday, April 29, 2012
Thank you Hospice, Team AWL and you all who donated money. Without you we couldn't have saved her. That's Amore.
Monday, April 23, 2012
What is it with grown up? Where are your morals and backbones.
Lets show some football heros, and boycott Ukraina. There will always be another Football field. My question is, do you want to be the hero on the one with blood on, or the green one?
Saturday, April 21, 2012
Also this perfect bucket and mop from Valerie Widner Funk,
Gabriela is one of the dogs found in a very bad shape on the streets in Napoli. She was rescued and brought to the veterinarian for tests. She is going through a lot of therapies but is so fantastic with her mood and now she starts to want to play a lot. Please keep helping us helping Gabriela, she is worth everything good on this Earth. That's Amore.
Friday, April 20, 2012
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
Monday, April 16, 2012
Malin & Juan Wahlin
ANNA PERSSON Till Vasili med kärlek! OCH Till Bonnie
FREDRIKSSON CHARLOTTA SANDY HAPPY FEET PROJECT
NINA ANDERSSON värktabletter
Sunday, April 15, 2012
Thank you to Penny's family for being such a wonderful Penny-family and Penny-lover, and for still letting us be a part of her life. That's Amore.
Friday, April 13, 2012
Wednesday, April 11, 2012
Her weight is 18 kg.
Blood test is done together with Leichaminiosis we will update you again as soon as the results comes back.
At the moment she has to take antibiotic Keforal, and the medicine for the mange that also Vasili and Funny are eating. The name is Tolomec and one little bottle is about 40 euro. It it will be a very long therapy so we will need more bottle for all them.
Dr Fransesco Loungo also cut her long nails and even if it was painful for her, she didn't do anything to harm the humans.
PLEASE HELP! With donations for this little girls life (and Vasilis and Funny). We volunteers donate time and gas money but we cannot do this without your help too. Euro or dollars or Swedish, we are in big need to help Gabriela.
You will fell so wonderful when you can see her picture in a couple of months and say..."I helped that girl!" That's Amore ♥
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
To our wonderful delight we got an e-mail from a Swedish woman asking if Dusty from the hospice was still available for adoption? She had seen Dusty's picture here on our blog and liked her very much. We saw the pictures above from her little farm where she has 4 other dogs and horses and sheep "free range". She also works with acupuncture on animals. Well, this sounded like a dream for Dusty. (and we volunters)
Sara flew down to Naples and we picked her up. She met Dusty and the other clients at the hospice and she loved Dusty. Sara had to go with us on different missions. We visited Gordana with help packages and Sara had to see a small private shelter, too.
We drove several dogs up to Germany and then Sweden: Dusty, Athena, Shaggy Raggy, two puppies, and Leah. The SUV was loaded, but Sara worked very well helping out running with Athena and Shaggy. We couldn't have done it without her help. We dropped one puppy and Leah off in Germany, then continued north.
AWL is forever thankful for Sara Levin's help and most of all, for giving Dusty a forever beautiful home out on a fantastic atmosphere. We are told that Dusty just walked into the group of dogs like she had lived there her whole life.
Think, only one year ago people wanted to put her to sleep after being severely hit by a car, left in scorching heat for over one hour. She was paralyzed but we volunteers at the hospice took her to the ER for X-rays. They told us nothing was broken, that probably she was in shock, and that was why she didn't walk. Now, she runs and plays.
If this is not Amore, then there is no such thing. This is what miracles are made of.
Saturday, April 7, 2012
Martina and Pio stopped and went up to her. It was the saddest thing they had ever seen. Her head and parts on her body were hairless due to diseases, she also had the deadly disease -- if not caught in time with treatment-- leishmaniasis. Her paws were bleeding but still... her tail wagged.
They brought her to our AWL hospice and called the veterinarian Dr. Damiani for consultation. Now she is resting, safe in one of the hospice rooms on a warm bed. Since she is a skeleton she needs special nutrition food that is very expensive.
Her vet clinic bill, and all her treatments will become expensive for us, (estimate: 400 euro) so we ask kindly for your donations to help this soul that is so strongly wanting to survive and still, not giving up on humans --- even if only for a couple of minutes ago she was beaten by a human.
We can keep her safe now, loved and also we want that she can heal in the tempo her body wants to.
Please help us by donating: www.animalswithoutlimits.se or www.animalswithoutlimits.com (donations) or PAYPAL. Please earmark with Gabriela, that's her name.
She is sweet as honey and in the video you can see the sweetness in her eyes, you can see how her tail is going despite her condition. She is such a fighter --- we have much to learn from her. That's Amore.
Thank you Martina and Pio, my super volunteers.
Rescued by Martina and Chiara from starving to death trapped behind iron-gates on a field. She was brought to Dr Damiani and Dr Fransesco since she was like skeleton and had severe diarhea.
Thank you for your donations, we could give her the best treatment and she could stay in the hospice for recovery. In 3 weeks this is how she looks like now-- in the video--, playful and loving.
Way to go Martina and Chiara. That's Amore.
Thursday, April 5, 2012
She was left in the rain/thunder, abandon by an Italian person at our Hospice. Scared and sad but one of our volunteers took her in as a foster dog.
As you can see she fits right in the pack. The foster mom brings her to obedient school and she learns fast. She is insecure among children since she has no experience, some dogs she wants to be the boss.
Bice is spayed, 1-2 years old, 33 kg, got all her shots.
She is very "baby" when it comes to the veterinarian. But Dr Fransesco takes it ease with her and she is fine.
Bice would love to come to the a place, calm and where you have time for her, surrounded my Mother Nature. That would be lovely.
Wednesday, April 4, 2012
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