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Please support our No Kill Policy

Posted by Anna007 - Created: 9 years ago
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Posted by Anna007 - 9 years ago

Thanks for your support Maid Marion.
We only managed to home a couple of Puppies and are really desperate to home more.
We only have 19 cages and we have over 40 dogs.
We cannot put anymore together as they will start to suffer Behavioural problems and not show the lovely side they have.
Many are from homes where they are clean dogs having been toilet trained. But,,, would you like to share with another who makes your bed dirty or your feet smell of poo?
In Cyprus they have wonderful natured dogs who even having been abused still love you if you give them a minute of your time or a treat.
If you cannot adopt one, please consider coming to walk them to give them a break from the awful cage they have to spend their days and nights in.
Also any food,blanket,bedding,old clothes,finished with pots from margarine or ice cream/yogurt are gratefully received.It helps to make the dogs feel a bit more comfortable and loved.
Thank you so much.

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Posted by maid marian-667424 - 9 years ago

Come on folks have one of these lovley dogs. You won't be disappointed. Just give them love and attention and of course food and they will give you much happiness. We have a cocker spaniel - a terrier cross and a cypriot poodle .................all dogs were DUMPED but they are back with us in the UK AND WE WOULDN'T PART WITH THEM FOR ANYTHING.

Dogs aren't dirty like some people think. Give them a chance.

Good Luck doggies