The shelter is not a home

The hardest part of rescuing is to find families – loving and engaged families. I have seen too many puppies to grow old in shelters. I have happy moments when my babies are healthy and playful. I have also happy moments when I see them safely adopted to good homes ❤

Now I have here three boys who have born in January 2018. I rescued them from the street where they were living with their mother. They were in a great danger between the cars and with no chance to survive. Two of the babies died and the rest (3) are in MAP now.

My biggest fear is that they will grow up here and they will spend all their childhood – the beautiful time and the teenage time – in a shelter. Please be so kind and help me to find families for them.

Remember always that A SHELTER IS NOT A HOME…

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