Beni And Boni

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Camberley, Surrey
Member since Mar 2013

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Key Advert Facts

Ad Reference :
Pet Type :
Pet Breed :
Mixed Breed
Advert Type :
For Adoption
Location :
Advertiser Type :
Rescue Centre
Registered Charity? :
Pets Current Age :
5 years, 4 months old (More Info)
Microchipped :
Yes (More Info)
Neutered :
Yes (More Info)
Vaccinations Up-to-Date :
Yes (More Info)
KC Registered :

Full Advert Details

They have a special place in my heart. I cant explain my love for them with words. Thats because they are very special. One day I was on my way to mountain Igman. The road to there is going trough woods. After few miles, I saw a dog hidding in woods. He was very skinny and very scared. I left him food and went back to my car. After he saw I was gone, he came to the food and ate it. I used to go there everyday, to leave him food. One day, he started running and following my car, few miles to the building I live in. Unfortunately, strays I used to feed in front of my building attacked him. I just knew I cant leave him there. So I gave him castran and he fell asleep. My parents were building a house, 2 miles away from my apartmant, so I took him there. I continued to feed him on his new location which he liked. After only few days, I saw a puppy hidding under my car. I took him to and placed with Boni. At that moment, they started being a team, Boni and Beni. They were together all the time, Boni used to protect Beni and was always with him. So Beni grow up into a beautiful angel, they had their own crew with few others dogs. But then, everything changed. I saw Beni is changing, he started being really scared, and I didnt know what is going on. One day, while I was feeding them, few boy around 13 years old were passing by. Beni freaked out and started barking, Boni supported him. At that poing, I realised what happend, that boys were torturing Beni. Some neighbours said me that too few days later. Then Beni was poisoned and we hardly saved him. I couldnt put them in pension at that time, because I wasnt in any group and had no support. I argued with whole neighbourhood, they called me police few times because I was feeding them and many other things. But one day, everything changed. When I came to them, one nice lady said me dogcachers were chasing them. Luckily, they didnt get them. I immediately took them to a pension. My mother payed for their first few months and then I started getting help from good people. First they were in a pension with many other dogs. Boni had no problems, since he is alfa male, but Beni was very scared. Then I moved them to amazing pansion, where they are alone in a huge box and no dogs near them. Then Beni recovered from demodex which he got because all of the fear he felt. Now they are doing amazing. Beni is still a little bit scared, but after few minutes he comes slowly to cuddle. They are still best friends.

They are in pension for almost 4 years. Beni is 4 years old, Beni around 5-6. They are so sweet, they deserve family which will give them huge amount of love. I know its hard to get them a together home, but I wish to find them lovely homes, they really deserve it, and if they find a home together, noone will be happier than me and them. Boni is Benis protector, I dont know do they know to live apart.


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