Food for Romanian Animals

by Romania Animal Rescue, Inc.
Food for Romanian Animals
Food for Romanian Animals
Food for Romanian Animals
Food for Romanian Animals
Food for Romanian Animals
Food for Romanian Animals
Food for Romanian Animals
Food for Romanian Animals
Food for Romanian Animals
Food for Romanian Animals
Food for Romanian Animals
Food for Romanian Animals
Food for Romanian Animals
Food for Romanian Animals
Mar 11, 2015

A Story from Happy Paws, Romania

nursing mom with pups in Moreni
nursing mom with pups in Moreni
Romania Animal Rescue supports food as well as  many other campaigns for charities,  groups and shelters throughout Romania.  One of these is Happy Paws.  RAR is able to sponsor the food and fostering  for 10 dogs per month at Happy Paws, and we also provide spayathons in their city of Moreni as well as Homeless Animals Hospital care and vaccines as funding allows. .  Happy Paws has 180 dogs at their shelter.  The following story is written by the Founder and NGO Leader, Anda Popescu of Happy Paws.  I hope you can help Romania Animal Rescue with a donation to provide even  more  food for the dogs at  Happy Paws, as well as other dogs and cats in Romania that we help.  Thank you for reading!
Happy Paws presents: The story of the noisy tummy
"One day my life changed: I couldn’t see a thing, but I could hear and smell plenty. I somehow knew I had a mom and brothers, I could feel them; but every time my mom came to feed us, I sure knew I had a tummy. I am not quite sure what that is, but she talks a lot, my tummy.   My mom keeps my tummy quiet, that’s good; my brothers must have tummies of their own, they fight me when lunch time comes. Lucky for all of us we have a mother.

One morning my mom has no more food…I suckle hard, but nothing comes to my tummy. She is mad and screams at me all the time. I am afraid to go look for something to eat, what if I can’t find my way back? My brothers are upset too, their tummies shout a lot at them as well.

I got separated from my family, I don’t know how. I cried a lot, but my mom doesn’t hear me. It’s scary to be alone…My tummy is angry all the time, she fusses and turns and it hurts. I can smell yummy things all around, I chase the smells, but I can’t find anything. My tummy is punching me and it hurts a lot; she is not my friend. I did find some places where people keep food, it smells wonderful. My nose is up in the air, trying to catch all the smells, but my tummy is still upset. If only yummy smells would keep my tummy happy…

I don’t know how long it was since I last ate something that made my tummy stop growling, she has been shouting for so long…I have a headache. I tried to give her something, but all I found was a thing that keeps the food for people, they call it “bag”. It’s not tasty, but it smells like food; then I went to a place where people throw away what they don’t want. I found something, but there were a lot of big dogs looking for food and one of them growled at me and bit my ear…it hurt a lot.

People eat all the time. I looked at them and I think this is all they do all day. I once stared at a lady who was eating the yummiest thing ever, they call it “meat”. I looked at her, I told her I was so hungry and that my tummy is hurting badly, but she didn’t hear me. I put a paw on her shoe to get her to look at me and she did…she kicked me and scream “get away, you ugly mutt!” That hurt…I didn’t know I was ugly…

I finally gave my tummy a piece of my mind today. I told her we should forget about food, I can’t find any. “But there is so much food all around, grrrr!!!!” she screamed. “Not for us” I said “ There is never any food for ugly mutts like us”. I am weak and tired, I want to go to sleep forever…that would keep my tummy quiet, for a change.

 

I am now in a place called Happy Paws, there a lot of dogs like me here. The people are nice, they never kick us when we ask for food; they can hear us talking. I get a big bowl of food every day and my tummy is content; I don’t hear her talking as much and it is nice.

I hope I never go back on the streets! I hear that people give purple meat to dogs like me; it’s yummy, but their tummies are so upset, they die. I am happy I didn’t get any, that would have hurt a lot, I think. Here, I am safe and every day I spend thinking about my next food bowl…I wish all dogs had happy tummies, like I do!"

We at Romania Animal Rescue hope you will support our program to help feed more animals...and stop the starvation.

Thank you very much, and thank you Anda for this wonderful view from the eyes of a street puppy!    

 

 

 

getting food at Happy Paws shelter
getting food at Happy Paws shelter
food at Happy Paws!
food at Happy Paws!

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