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What this galgo has had to suffer until being rescued!! We don't even want to think about it... He has a completely shattered front leg, with the broken bones splintered and a severe infection. The pain that this poor animal has had to endure must have been terrible.
We will inform you about how he evolves, since we have to do him more tests to rule out other type of injuries and check his general health, since he is also extremely thin.
Please, we need your help, we have had several cases of animals with fractures and sick and we can't assume so many expenses.
Cora was about to die hanged.
Now after several months of daily cures and a lot of love from their foster parents, our beautiful princess is ready to start her new life with a definitive family.
Cora is a young galga about three years old, she gets along well and plays with all the dogs, both big and small and lives perfectly with cats. She is very grateful dog and above all she is very very loving. Would you like to share your life with her?
I received the following message from a reader. If anyone knows the answer to her question, please contact Fiona direct.
'I am wondering if you can help me. I was in Spain, in Cabo Roig, a couple of weeks ago, and as I always do, I fed the stray cats.
I read this article in the Costa Blanca News on 11th May about the construction of cat shelters in some areas. Unfortunately, however, there was no mention of the intention to build shelters in Cab Roig.
Would you happen to know of any contact details, whom I could email to request that they construct shelters in Cabo?'
Who knows what goes through the mind of a dog when either another family pet, or a family member, dies? My animals (including my horse when his mate died) get depressed, sleep a lot, go off their food. Here's an interesting article about a funeral home which lets a dog say farewell to it's deceased owner.
The government put 20 statues of dogs in the streets of Barcelona. To make people ware not to abandon dogs. The dogs are wearing a QR code which tells the story of an abandoned dog....This is great !! Story here with a map of the sites.
Earlier in the week I told you about 4 galgos rescued from abandonment by a galguero and now with Ciudad Animal Association. The shelter desperately needs help, this photo is what the volunteers are coping with now hunting is finished for last season.
'January, February and March feared the hunting season, and today ending April we are full again, every day we receive a lot of warnings and emergencies for our area, having to say no to many... but also making a huge effort To attend to those cases which are more urgent and where the life of the animal is in danger or is wounded.
If there are warnings on the streets in La Mancha, imagine what is in the kennels of our surroundings... all the cases we see every day of which we can save some but how many stay on the road.
Cuidad Real is 200km south of Madrid. It is where I went to adopt my first galga 11 years ago. Cuidad Animal shelter is now full to overflowing and yet the volunteers still respond to desperate calls for help. Here's a translation of the story about these 4 galgos.
'This is the state where these four galgos have arrived last week, they were in a kennel where we were told, which come from the street or their galgueros that have left them there, there were more but we have brought the most Urgent to save.
The situation is like a wheel that does not stop and it seems that it will never stop. We have to follow the galgos because they don't deserve the life that they have experienced.
(google translation) Empty stares, marked bodies, cries of real terror... we have faced one of the toughest rescues, a total of 39 Greyhounds and 2 Mestizos on a farm of almost 30.000 square meters. their only food, the dead pigs on the farm. We were asked to help some great friends since they had no way to help many galgos. We didn't have enough tears when we saw that massacre, galgos crowded with ticks, a ground full of real shit, eaten to bite. Images that will remain forever engraved on our retinas, shrieks and looks that will be etched in our heart and will cleave again every time we remember this day that never had to have existed because those animals never had to be in this state .
We want to thank the CUBIL DEL DESAMPARO for your big donation of pipettes for each of the dogs, thanks to AIBA for your donation of pills and medicines, to the Spanish Greyhound volunteers for all their help and involvement, to furry loves all over the feed Donated, thanks to Nines, Belen, Tatiana and Jacqueline, Carlos, conchi and Valentin for all their help and involvement in the eviction. Thanks to Lourdes for her help in the transfers.