This is how it starts……………

These dogs are npoza blogobody’s dogs. They live in a industrial yard and the workers there brought them for spay and neuter so that they do not multiply. Nothing worse than being born in an industrial yard and with no hope for a nice comfy couch to watch the snowflakes dancing outside. If everyone would follow those peoples gesture there could be no homeless pets on the planet and shelters would not be overcrowded. We at HAH believe that spaying and neutering is part of creating a better future for the animals all over the planet. You will see in our future posts what we mean. We see desperate cases every day and some of them will be shown here to share with you pages from the vet clinic that helps the animals in need.

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4 Responses to This is how it starts……………

  1. Linda Moreels says:

    Respect for these people ! They are an example for many others…

  2. Eppey Gunn says:

    delighted to read this and that there are kind people out there đŸ™‚

  3. Frances Courtney says:

    Thank you for this very well informed site. I am deeply humbled and highly impressed by the work of H.A.H. All the staff are angels on earth. To have no stray dogs living on the streets and in the forests of Romania is a huge task. How I wish the government there would look at how countries like the UK control homeless dogs and look at how our Animal Shelters are run. Perhaps establish their own National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Oh I know I sound like I am in dreamland, but dreams do come true, sometimes. God Bless you all and God Help you in your work! Thank you for what you do for the beautiful innocent animals.

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