Mimi’s sad story has touched the hearts of hundreds of thousands of people in Bulgaria and arround the world. A huge campaign to incriminate animal abuse is in action – many NGO’s are working together to change the Penalty code.
Tierheim Kranenburg welcomes 10 survivors to a new life! Marcey, Mirca, Marry, Sally, Ully, Kate, Ushi, Fluffy, Blacky and the only boy on board – Freddy are granted a chance for better and safer life. Special thanks to Mr.Tenbieg and the crew for giving them the opportunity to start over again.
The 120 dogs of Seslavci were vaccinated by volunteers. Seslavci has a permanent set of illneses for the dogs and vaccinating is extremely important. The governtment only vaccinates them against Rabies and the rest is up to the illness to decide…
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There is a strange trend of thought in Bulgaria – that it’s “children VS dogs“. We at ARS beleive quite the contrary is true. And here are some lovely drawings by children from the Netherlands whose families have adopted Bulgarian dogs. They are so heartwarming: Continue Reading
Feb 3rd to 7th, 2010:
Eight Dutch volunteers of Animal Rescue Sofia came to Bulgaria for a 3-day visit during which various issues related to helping homeless pets were discussed. Continue Reading