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Advert Description : URGENT POST FROM WWW.CYPRUSPRIDEHOUSE.COM)!!! This little puppy has been beaten and abandoned. A lady in the village near to us is feeding her and had her vaccinated but can't keep her and we just don't have space for her here right now. She just wants to be loved and cuddled. She is about 4 months old and will only be a small dog. Please please can someone offer her a home so we can get her off the streets as soon as possible we can get her on a flight in a months time! The lady will continue to feed her and do her best for the little pup until a forever home is found but the local villagers are not too caring and we are worried something will happen to her so this is very URGENT. We will arrange everything for her just need a secure loving forever home for her asap. She is only 30cm tall and 50cm long, a tiny little pup. PLEASE SHARE AND HELP.
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MONICAS ROMANIAN RESCUE

Pets4Homes member since July 2012

Monicas Romanian Rescue is a one man band. In Romania dogs are abused and neglected and are not wanted. Monica, her husband and her 7 year old daughter do all they can to help these dogs. She has 25 living at her home and every day visits the shelter to feed and walk and clean out the dogs very poor living quarters. Monica relys on a handful of people to help her raise funds to feed the dogs and pay for their shelters along with vetinary care and neutering. We do raffles, car boot sales and anything we can to raise much needed funds. We need to help find these dogs a loving home and as there is no one in Romania that want these dogs as pets we look to the UK and other countries to give these dogs the love and life they deserve. Please help us and adopt. Adoption is so simple, we arrange everything, contact us today to offer a lifetime home for a dog, one they truly deserve after their terrible start in life. Our dogs are all neutered, wormed flead vaccinated and micro chipped and come with a passport. We have rehomed many dogs all over Europe, mainly the UK so please consider adopting wherever you live. Please give one of these animals the chance in life they deserve. Thank you

 
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