In front of a supermarket, in wet leaves, there she was all curled up. Besides food and a cuddle or two our team member couldn't do anything at that point due to a large number of dogs we've had .
Obviously she was a new dog in the neighborhood and new on the street, not familiar with the city or whatsoever. Being so small she was an easy target for local packs of dogs, people, traffic and then a couple of days before New Year's Eve the city became flooded with firecrackers, fireworks- a nightmare for every dog.
This girl was desperately trying to hide, running from one part of the town to another in hope to find any shelter. Numerous posts of her had been popping out on local animal social media for days until one day our team member decided to go and get her.
It was the day she came to her house, got the name Thumbelina for obvious reasons.
She is so small and so cute, looks like mniature malinoa crossed with pinscher but we'll actually never going to find out her breed or her background.
She needs a home, so let's find her one!
Things you should know about Thumbs
Approx. 1 year old
When she arrived, after a couple of days of decompressing and adjustibg, she has taken everything in her stride. The house, even though it has 14 dogs, would feel empty without this little joyful girl
she lives in a house, sleeps with other dogs or anywhere she likes
Spends time in the garden with the pack where she likes to explore and sniff but usually likes to play with dogs- she plays just the same with a puppy as well as with older, biger dogs
a massive entertainer, perks up thenspirit in the house and whitin th pack, enjoys fully in home comforts and is so small that eaiter a house or a flat would be enough for her
house/ toilet trained but due to stressful journey she might have some toilet accidents in the beginning
Loves the company of people, familiar of unfamiliar, is very affectionate, intelligent, and obedient
not tested with kids but surely she will love them and all the fuss.Dog-savvy kids are preferable
not cat tested
not lead trained but should pick it up quickly
healthy, fully vaccinated and spayed
How do you adopt Thumbalina?
Adoption requires a pre-adoption questionnaire, home check and an adoption contract.
You will need to pay for Thumb's transportation, and pay for the paperwork to get her to you.
The costs are typically €550 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.
To apply for Thumbs please fill in our adoption questionnaire.