Here at WaHF we are chuffed to bits. In just five months we have made 100 dogs happy and 100 families complete.
Our very first WaHF dog found love in Warwickshire. Little Lilly was rescued in Romania by Anca's Shelter who nursed her back to health and then showered her with care and affection … Lilly bloomed and travelled 1800 miles to the open arms of Emma Keep.
Our 100th dog, the amazing Jojo, thrown out with the rubbish in Lesvos – starving and terrified – was brought back to life by Claire and Matthew (Gaga Animal Care) and flew just 48 hours ago into the warm heart and home of Sophie Dahl and Jamie Callum.
And somewhere in the middle we somehow managed an exhaustive rehoming of over 50 dogs in the space of just four weeks … these dogs were at immediate risk of death, and with the help of the incredible women at SPDC Cyprus we managed to find every single one a new beginning – rehoming them to families in the UK, France, Sweden, Finland, Holland and Germany … a truly international response!
Thank you amazing rescuers, carers, adopters, fosterers, volunteers, followers, supporters, donators – all of you have helped us find a life line for these dogs that otherwise would just be another statistic added to the 600 million stray dogs in our world …
FIND OUT MORE ABOUT OUR MISSION … by 2020 we will have neutered 100,000 dogs preventing almost 6 million unwanted dogs from being born x x x