Stray mum brought 3 babies to this cruel world in a yard of an old factory. They were looked after by their now rescuer from far because finding a foster home is always difficult. But babies showed signs or Parvo and started deteriorating in health rapidly, which is why their rescuer had to act fast. They were brought to her apartment and with the vet care and the rescuer's persistence in bringing them back to health, these babies survived.

Later on, when they got all vaccines necessary, they were moved to a foster home where they live at the moment. Unfortunately that isn't a home they deserve. They need so much more and are so eager to both give and receive THE neverendless love.

Shiva, the fluffiest bundle of joy

Things you should know about Shiva

  • 4 months old

  • mixed breed

  • around 5 kg, should be between 12-14 kg at full size

  • she is currently being fostered and is placed in a pen where she sleeps but spends most of the time in a small yard

  • not toilet and not house trained which is something she should learn quite quickly but will require some patience from her future family

  • not familiar with cats but with a proper introduction we don't see it being a problem due to her sweet nature

  • shares her living space with other dogs with whom she is absolutely adorable and all have accepted her and the rest of the litter perfectly

  • still hasn't met the kids, so it is an imperative to have a slow and proper introduction. Dog savvy kids are always preferable

  • loves people, both familiar and unfamiliar, she greets everyone with her wiggly tail and big smile. She is highly affectionate puppy towards people and would gladly leave whatever she was doing and exchange it for hugs, cuddles and kisses. Her care giver says the whole litter is very obedient and catch up with the commands quite fast

  • very vivacious and playful, loves spending time in the garden and should be a great companion to every family who seeks for an affectionate, loving girl by their side

  • still not lead trained

  • healthy, fully vaccinated

  • spaying is mandatory in her new home once she is old enough

How do you adopt Shiva?

Adoption requires a pre-adoption questionnaire, home check and an adoption contract.

You will need to pay for Shiva's transportation, and pay for the paperwork to get him to you.

The costs are typically €475 in total, depending on where you are located.

We used to be able to charge a little less but unfortunately, due to brexit, the costs of passports, documentation and travel have been increased by our suppliers.

For more information please contact our facebook page or email misisrescue@gmail.com

To apply for Shiva please fill in our adoption questionnaire.