She was literally kicked out from a car at the petrol station. The lady who had been taking care of her was an eyewitness of the horrendous act which made her feel so sorry for Zuta.
She was determined to help her but it turned out, it wasn’t going to be easy. Zuta was terrified of people, she didn’t care about food, it was impossible to get near her.
There at the petrol station she had a so called family and a shelter but it was sadly still a life full of danger.
She went into season and had babies but also was a mum to a pupp who had been dumped at the same petrol station.
When people started threatening with moving them from the station, Zuta’s mum had to act quickly and provided her with a foster home where she’s been living ever since.
Things you should know about Zuta
c.2 years old
Lives in a foster home where she has so many dogs and cats to hang out with and she is an absolute star in getting along with them
loves cats 🐈⬛
good with kids but we’d like the kids to be dog savvy
Not lead trained
She is a bit withdrawn and shy, needs reassurance and some time to start trusting. We are sure that with lots of love and affection she will most definitely blossom.
she is not entirely used to an indoors life and hasn’t been toilet trained but surprisingly enough she’s never had a toilet accident inside although is to be expected in her new home due to stress.
Her new family will have to show a willingness to help her out with toilet training.
Fully vaccinated and spayed with all necessary documents ready in order and passport
How do you adopt Zuta?
Adoption requires a pre-adoption questionnaire, home check and an adoption contract.
You will need to pay for Zuta’s transportation and pay a €100 deposit towards her paperwork. The costs are typically €450 in total, depending on where you are located.
For more information please contact our facebook page or email firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply for Zuta please fill in our adoption questionnaire.