Choco Moko is doing just great in her foster home far far away from the cemetery she was dumped at.
No more freezing, lonely nights.
She’s finaly got to taste the true life and house comforts.
She got her first jab and should have another one in the second half of December.
Her days are filled out with nothing but good vibes she gets from her foster parents and other dogs she lives with.
🏡To keep her safe and in warm, we have to ask for another 50 euros which will pay Choco Moko‘s accomodation for the 2nd month of her staying.
🍗The food should be better in quality as she isn’t gaining weight as we expected-40e
💉The remaining course of vaccination is 10e.
There is nothing more satisfying than the fact you’ve helped someone to endure the winter and stay alive.
Not all are lucky to be saved.
Let’s do what we can to help our chocolate coloured girl.
This lovely colored girl is Choco Moko💖
One cold day Choco Moko was spotted at the graveyard in a village which isn’t crowded and people don’t visit it often, meaning she was left there to starve to death.
It was cold, she had no place to hide from the rain, slept on a pile of grass and in the bush at nights.
She was so frightened at first but after one day only she knew we were there to help, bring food, and try to look after her.
It’s why she started running after us on our way home as if she was trying to say- just please take me with you.
That’s when it became obvious that she’s never been on the street because as soon as she found herself on the crossword surrounded by cars who were honking like crazy at her, she froze. She didn’t move, just stared at them.
We knew we had to act quickly because she wouldn’t have made it there for long.
We caught her, took her to the vet for a healt check up. The vet estimated her as a young 1,5 y old female dog of 17kg who perhaps had rachitis as a puppy ( due to her legs shape). She was dewormed and had her flie/tick treatment and was finally brought her to the accommodation where she will be spending time both indoors and outside in the yard. She’ll be fed regularly to add some weight and hopefully will be vaccinated and spayed so she could join us later to our shelter.
In the meantime we have to keep her safe!
Please help our Choko Moko 💖
~she was lovely in the car
🌼 the offered accommodation isn’t free and it
costs 50 euros per month
🌼For food we’ll need around 40euros per month.
🌸first round of vaccination is 10euros
Can you help us?