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dog with tumour need a permanent or foster home

Posted by GATA-675324 - Created: 8 years ago
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Posted by GATA-675324 - 8 years ago

thank u June...its too hard to see all these animals to suffer...and when we find home in germany we want them to be there...for sure it will be ok and healthy!

wishing u the same... our cause is too difficult!

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Posted by junemichael - 8 years ago

Of course you must advertise on Choice radio station, all the newspapers (cypriot, english and russian) and put posters up at ever vet possible and ask people in other areas of Pafos to do the same if you send it to them by email. Germany is the right answer and the only future for this dog. Keep up the good work!

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Posted by GATA-675324 - 8 years ago

the dog is in a foster home since the operation. unfortunately the lamp/tumor is growed up again...

now we are between 2 drs in cyprus and also the german association for rehoming dogs in germany found a foster home in berlin that the dog will fly soon to go to specialist there for this matter once cyprus is a little back in technology for pets.

when the german association will tell us the cost of the clinic and travelling we have to start donations to send the dog abroad and give her 2nd chance in life...

as they have told me will cost approx. 1500-2000 euro!!! that both associations CANT afford it and we will ask everybodys help!

thank u for asking

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Posted by mikela92 - 8 years ago

what happened with the dog?? sorry i cant help as i am going for studies in a while. i would love to help though.

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Posted by junemichael - 8 years ago

Sterlising your pet would reduce half the problem cyprus has with unwanted animals. Cyprus is a tiny island with so so many poor cats and dogs suffering every day purely because people will not sterlise their animals and their excuse is they cannot afford it. There is always help and if you talk to your vet you can work something out with him to pay half one month and hal the next. We know the operation is not cheap but if we can afford a new pair of shoes or a new piece of furniture then we can afford to steralise our pets! The reason Germany don't have a stray problem is because they have a strict steraling policy that is why groups here and other countries are able to find homes for animals over there. Also stop deliberately breeding your dog when there are thousands already that need homes!

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Posted by GATA-675324 - 8 years ago

i will say that one more time! spay /neutered dogs and cats even if they are yours!!!

if even the petlovers we wont spay them, or pounds and shelters giving them with spay them THEN WHAT TO SAY!!

pets2adopt at least we spay, microchiped the dogs before we give and if they are pups they signatured our adopt form that we will take the dog when it will be 5-6 months old to add microchip and spay them...OTHERWISE we dont give them!!!

everybody must start educated their selfs or ppl around...

we try to rehome the dog in germany with the association there...as a dog with needs! finger cross

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Posted by JCGX-689138 - 8 years ago

It's great that people are helping the animals. I'm so happy for the dog. Re funding projects... There are so many charities it isn't possible to help them all. Wish we could.

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Posted by stellaluna-664983 - 8 years ago

Bravo, Gata - great job. I hope she will find a good home.

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Posted by junemichael - 8 years ago

Unbelievable no one came forward to offer help for this poor dog. There are people like ourselves who are overrun with animals and just wish we could help more and others who could easily help out a dog even for a few weeks but don't offer. I would take this dog tomorrow if I had the room and feel so upset that I can't. Are you saying it was the lympth glands and if so why were they so swollen? Were they removed and will the swelling return?

Following our newspaper and radio appeal for donations of help with the build of our cat/dog shelter we have had 3 phone calls! We have had a lot more support out of Cyprus. Where are all the animal lovers????

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Posted by GATA-675324 - 8 years ago

unfortunately...NO ONE!! wonder what is wrong?all are in holidays?

the dog yesterday stay to a foster home cause she was weak and in serious condition...need to be in clean enviroment cause the vet removed 5kgs limp (?) and IS NOT a tumour...this was the good news!!!!the dog today or latest tomorrow will go to a kennel once the dog is living with a couple and one more dog in 1bdr flat!!!!!

and the vet wont charge us!!! we will pay the kennel, food and medicals

thank u dr stelio horaitis - from limassol for ur services!

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