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Over 100 dogs have been saved from the  Romanian Death Camp Shelters…

They are being fostered while new homes are found for them…

K9Aid joined forces with the Romanian Rescue Appeal to save over 100 dogs from DEATH CAMPS in  Romania. Your sponsorship will ensure the dogs have a future in a safe foster home while a new family is found for them…

Of the 100 dogs that where rescued almost half have been re-homed, many to the UK & several to Canada. The dogs that remain in foster care need YOUR help so that the foster home can afford to feed & care for them. Each new sponsor means another dog can be rescued…

The Pallady and Bragadiru dog shelters in Romania are death camps for dogs. We are asking you to help by sponsoring a dog that has been be taken out of these shelters to a safe foster home. Without your help these dogs will have no one to pay for their foster care food & medical needs…

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Gates to Pallady shelter Romania…

Each dog costs 35 euros (US$44) per month (recurring donation) to sponsor.

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Meet Saxon

Meet “Saxon”…

“Saxon” was rescued from the Pallady Shelter 9 months ago & a kind sponsor is paying for his care while an adopter is found for him. Like Saxon there are many other dogs that need a sponsor so the foster home can provide food, shelter & medical care. Without YOUR support these dogs have an uncertain future, but YOU can change that…

Click the “I want to Save a dog” button & bring hope…



from Romanian death camps…

There are more than 50 dogs in total needing sponsorship.
This is very URGENT please SHARE with your friends. These dogs URGENTLY need SPONSORS to GIVE THEM A FUTURE…
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A visit to the Pallady shelter in Bucharest Romania...

A visit to the Pallady shelter Romania

First there is the appalling, strong smell. Then my attention is drawn to apathetic dogs laying on the floor, covering almost all of its surface. One is shyly wagging its tail but most of them are not interested in a visitor.I am at Pallady, one of Bucharest’s public shelters where dog catchers bring free roaming dogs once they are captured.The difference to the social and curious dogs that I met the day before is enormous. The Pallady dogs mainly sleep as if they had already given up. Some of the dogs are entirely covered with filth, some are very slim and some are limping.After the visit, I continue to think of a particular friendly dog that had a nasty-looking injury on its front leg. The dog hobbled on three feet and sticked its injured foot through the fence to get my attention. In this kind of places the dogs gathered from the streets keep waiting – mostly for their own death. A round of inquiry with various animal welfare people shows that my experience was hardly the worst there is. I saw a woman who was looking for her dog who was given to dog catchers by her neighbor. She had to leave empty-handed. An older couple were searching for a dog who used to live at their neighborhood. They didn’t find her.
Malnutrition and diseases
Eyewitness testimonies from the public shelters are simply horrible. Malnutrition is very common and some of the dogs have faded into skeletons. Some are so hungry they begin to eat other dogs. Diseases are a common sight. Distemper is widespread in most of the shelters. Gastroenteritis and mange are also common.
Dogs are often packed tightly without any consideration whatsoever: big and small ones, aggressive and gentle ones, unsterilized females and males, all mixed up together. Female dogs in heat, lack of food and arrival of new dogs are all causing fights between dogs.
Dogs die of hunger and untreated diseases. Only the strongest and dominant ones get to eat. They are the only ones that survive. Untrained staff treat the animals carelessly and violently.A dog lucky enough to come out of the shelter may need a long period to recover from the mental injury caused at the shelter.
– The dogs are scared, I would say terrified, and even after we rescue them, many remain fearful for weeks, says Sara Turetta from Save the Dogs association. During my trip, I met many such dogs.Extract for an article by journalist Pipsa Parkkinen.
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Please be WARNED this area contains images that many will find disturbing...

The horror that Romania is inflicting on it’s street dogs…

Animal rescue can be a difficult road to travel, we want it to be all about rescue & adoption but the reality is something far more sobering.We all want to save every animal but that just doesn’t happen. What we can do is save as many as possible & try not to beat ourselves up about those we just could not help.The situation in Romania is a blight on humanity, we must not let the size of the problem stop the great work that is saving lives. Every life saved is a victory not just for the dog concerned but for all animal lovers worldwide… 100-201
Romania will soon be buried in snow up to 2 meters deep, icy winds will blow across the country.
Trucks will have to interrupt their journey because the streets are no longer passable on the main roads to Bucharest. Mobile networks will be interrupted.
With the onset of winter the situation of the captured stray dogs will further deteriorate.Since Romania started a war of extermination against it’s street dogs in September 2013, the animals are being captured with unprecedented cruelty and placed in public shelters. The “Adoption Law”, which has legalized their killing after 14 days in reality is a KILLING law.
Not only because of the short waiting period allowing adoption, but also because adoptions of stray dogs in Romania are hardly on the agenda and are made arbitrarily difficult by the municipalities.
What this means for the dogs is a cycle of cruelty that is hard to describe. They are all crammed together, small and large dogs, old and sick dogs and even puppies.Many groups are doing their best to rescue as many dogs as possible but not without YOU. Your support is vital to these dogs chances of being removed from the KILL shelters.

This Video has some disturbing images please do not watch if this will upset you…

http://youtu.be/yeJmXscDYdY

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The Pallady and Bragadiru dog shelters in Romania are death camps for dogs. We are raising funds so dogs can be taken out of these shelters to a safe foster home. Without your help these dogs will almost certainly die in these terrible camps.

Anything you can spare will help save a life...

3 Comments

    • Li

      I want to help! How?

    • Ros hafez

      Trying to adopt a dog from Bragadiru. Have left several messages on ASPA Bragadiru’s page over the last 2 weeks, AND NO ONE REPLIES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Can you help me please? Thanks, Ros Hafez

    • Mariette Eriksson

      Hi
      i want som e help to get to Pallady, i need picuters and films to my campaing to stop hell hole like Pllady
      could you help me please

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