Loutraki is a town in Greece famous for the purity of its spring water which is sold throughout the country. In ancient times it was known as the ‘water of life.’

But for the 250 street dogs who live in Loutraki, water there is the water of death.

Loutraki

There is a huge garbage dump, not far from the town where street dogs go to eat rotten food and drink polluted water. Of course, they get sick and die.

When animal welfare lovers asked the town for help, almost unbelievably, the mayor cynically agreed to provide one bag of dog food a WEEK to the lone volunteer who tries to care for all the dogs.

250 hungry street dogs and the town gives them one bag of dog food a week!

Loutraki

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This is an utter disgrace! Such cynicism displays heartless cruelty that shames the town and particularly its officials. Well we can’t – we won’t – stand idly by. If you and other animal lovers like you agree to help we will provide these dogs with food to get them through the harsh winter that is about to hit.

At this rubbish dump, dogs walk around like ticking time bombs, just waiting to die.

Loutraki

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Dogs in distress in Loutraki need our help because officials there just don’t seem to give a damn. When my team engaged with town officials, they were told the dogs would be helped. Nothing happened. Talk is cheap, it’s only animal lovers like you and us who actually do something.

Please if you possibly can, give generously to Network for Animals so we can do the right thing and provide these poor dogs with food love and care.

For the animals,

Brian, Gloria and Max

Brian and Gloria Davies (and Max)
Founder and CEO

P.S. What makes it worse is that most of these dogs are unsterilized which means scores of puppies are born, only to die horrible deaths. The rubbish dump dogs are so afraid of people it is hard to get near them. If you donate today, we can provide humane catching equipment, sterilise the dogs and save so many puppies from short and terribly sad lives.