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Greek Dog Rescue

Cause page created in the Animals category by Nicola Painter


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Given by 41 generous donors in 2 years
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To feed; rescue; treat; sterilize and get adopted; the strays of Greece.

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The situation for stray dogs (and cats) in Greece is appalling. It's estimated there are 1 million dumped pets. Kind locals do what they can but they need help. We established Greek Dog Rescue at the beginning of 2017. So far, we've sent 62 dogs out of Greece to loving homes; got 25 adopted within Greece and set up two feeding, treatment and sterilization programmes. Plus we act as a resource to tourists wanting to save a dog or cat.

We need your help to continue this work. All money gets spent directly on the care of the animals. Volunteers do all the work. Thank you

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Food; treatments; vets; transport to new homes; fosters and sterilizations.

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Another old boy rescued  12 June 2020

Posted by: Nicola Painter

A newly dumped dog. SO thirsty and hungry. He's now safe.

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Helen Stefanou
Helen Stefanou on 27 Jun 2020
$80
Guest Donor
Guest Donor on 12 Jun 2020
Good luck take care
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Guest Donor
Guest Donor on 03 Jun 2020
From Maria FromFaliro
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Nicola Painter

Thank you much Maria xxxx

Nicola Painter
Helen
Helen on 01 Jun 2020
With love Helen
$55
Nicola Painter

Thank you so much Helen xxxxx

Nicola Painter
Helen
Helen on 30 Apr 2020
$100

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