This is Sarah, who arrived today in the care of the Noah's Animal Shelter Foundation. From the village of Kál with the help of the Füzesabony Animal Protection Foundation 🙏
Unfortunately, we can't always win 💔
Unfortunately, we can't always win 💔 Arabesque came into the care of the Noah Animal Shelter Foundation 4 months ago. The bones were literally falling out of his brutally mangled leg. At the time, Dr. Boda and we agreed to try to fight and somehow save his leg.
Several times last year, our protegés received special support. ❤️
Thanks to Yoga journey with Zsani, last year's World Animal Day event was the first ever dog yoga class, where many animal lovers were able to practice yoga with puppies. 🐕
Pumpkin couldn't get on his feet yesterday... But we know it's like that... a roller coaster.
Tobzoska, our newest challange
Tobzoska 💔 came to the Noah Animal Shelter Foundation with the help of the Füzesabony Animal Protection Foundation, with a brutal skin disease. He lived in poor conditions in a segregated area in Mezőszemere.
Sziszó IS ALIVE!!!!!🙏
Obviously she has been better, but with help she can stand up and walk a few steps on her own. She has been drinking and will soon be offered a few bites of food.
The Tisza family!
Meet the Tisza family 💙 They were the ones we were most worried about yesterday.
They asked for help from Tiszabura. Beautiful mummy was soothing her babies in a ditch.
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Many of you know our horse Carmen, after she survived a severe colic a few weeks ago. Her elderly body was very badly affected by the illness, she was already in poor condition, but it all came at a very bad time before winter, when we started the cold with her heartbreakingly thin.
The Megyaszó family
New family in the care of the Noah Animal Shelter Foundation from Megyaszó 🥰
The sweet mummy asked for and got admission to a house, so that she wouldn't give birth to her babies on the street on Christmas Eve
LILLA is 12 years old...and all she wants is a FAMILY...will she get one?
Lilla came to our MiniShelter special project from the Ózd city pound in 2016.
She is an easy learner, although nowadays she prefers a soft sofa and warm words. Not necessarily aware of her physical size, she likes to pretend she is a lapdog, trying to demand attention at all costs.