On Monday we went to Jerez to pick up 35 more galgos, who now are sitting comfortably in our shelter.
We should have taken 36 galgos, but during the release of 5 galgos from the back of a trailor carried by their galguerro, one of the galgos was so terrified, he broke free from his leash, gave many bite wounds to his former ‘master’, and he fled for his life. This is sad, very sad that a galgo who was so close to the chance at a better life with us, took his chance of freedom to escape the life he knew, to be used only as a tool.
We hope that the volunteers in Jerez will find him and eventually he will get the life he deserves, and this highlights the huge importance of our work, travelling great distances to save as many of these mistreated souls that we possibly can.
Please support us in our even increasing work, you will be seeing the many new faces of our wonderful galgos appearing soon and ready for adoption.
Ways to help us:
Making a donation: http://www.scoobymedina.org/en/how_you_can_help.html
Making a virtual adoption: http://www.scoobymedina.org/en/virtual_adoption/index.html
Adopt one of our animals: http://www.scoobymedina.org/en/adoption/index.html
Become a volunteer: http://www.scoobymedina.org/en/volunteering.html
Join the teaming (for only 1 Euro/month): https://www.teaming.net/scoobymedina?lang=en_UK