Every time we post information about some dogs or cats of ours, gone abroad, there are people who worry what is happening with them next and people “hoping” the animals will be fine. And every time we explain we are not hoping, because we know they will be fine. We know all our partners abroad, trust them and we are the first to understand, if there is something wrong…
And the best part of it is that we often receive photos and updates about animals, adopted long time ago. It is always a pleasure to take a look at the happy faces!
Here are some recent photos we received, let’s enjoy them together:)
Grandpa Yotzo is a blind, old dog adopted in the UK in the beginning of 2013. His owners updated us few days ago – he is feeling great and loves them as much as they love him!
2015, Yotzo in his home in Great Britain
Stefka and Amigo were adopted in Holland in 2012. Here they are now:
We really enjoy the habbit of the Dutch people to make reunions of the litters, even if they don’t live clese to each other.
Mommy Saddy left Bulgaria in 2013 with her small kids. They all still meet:
And 2 of her kids
Another mother – Roberta – is also very special to us. Roberta is wasn’t very attractive and we were so happy someone noticed her 4 years ago. But in Holland she proved how clever and grateful to her owners she is – they are in high training and it is said she is one of the best in Holland!
Roberta wasn’t very young when she left Bulgaria, but proved she is extremely smart and energetic
Kenny, another Dutch of ours is one of the most famous dogs in Holland. He is a therapist and his work and dedication saved (and still saves) lives!
If you happen to watch Dutch TV and see the cartoon character – the brave dog Kenny – have in mind someone threw him on the street, when he was in Bulgaria… We’ll soon publish a whole post about Kenny, there is so much we can tell you about him!
Cartoon hero Kenny
Emra also is a therapist dog, working with elderly people. Well, it doesn’t mean he is not wild in his free time:
Ellie (you may remember her as Lizel in the shelter) spent 5 long years in a cage. She was happily adopted in Germany last year. She sends us all her regards:
Brother and sister, when they arrived in Holland:
Of course, such good dogs as ours are loved not only in Europe.
And Beer lives in Chicago, USA.
For us (and probably for you, too) it doesn’t matter where they are. All that matters is that they are happy and loved!