Animal’s Protection Association Minis - APAM
Animal’s Protection Association Minis APAM is a non-profit organization, a sanctuary where dogs and cats found shelter, animals that are old, blind, epileptic, some with 2 or 3 legs, animals without adoption chances! Within the space limit, we try to save also the puppies and kittens abandoned without mercy!
We develop also continuously spay/neuter campaigns for the animals with owner because we know that the only solution is this one and we hope to the day we’ll go on the street and we’ll see no abandoned dog or cat!
Also, continuously, we develop adoption campaigns in the attempt to find wonderful families for the animals saved by us! We get involved also in children education, they are the future, they are the chance to a better life for animals! APAM is a family and absolutely each of us have our daily job and our care for animals is done voluntary, beside our jobs!
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There are among us true human beings, people who live real dramas, yet they don't lose their humanity or their soul. This MAN is one of them, and he has lived a real tragedy when he lost both his legs, becoming dependent on a wheelchair.A man without a family, but surrounded by animals that receive all the love and care he is capable of. One day, a new drama began, when along with the animals in his care ( a tomcat and a dog) a new female dog, lost and belonging to no one appeared. He took pity on her and allowed her to grow up along with his dog, without realizing that the two mated. The result was 6 new puppies. When he saw his home and yard full of animals, however hard it became, he did not let them die or abandoned them (as so many healthy people with means often do, being only interested in getting rid of the unwanted creatures) rather he bought them food from his small pension, and cared for them the best way he could. This is how the story of this MAN reached us and moved us to tears. We paid him a visit and brought him food for the animals. We scheduled the adult dogs for neutering and spaying, and took the little ones to us, in order to find them adoptive families. Anyway, our mission isn't over, since we will make sure to visit him often and take him food and goodies for the two grown dogs and the tomcat that he kept as his adopted family.
One only needs to enter the roundabout, open the car door and throw the little dog out. without even stopping the car!! All this sinister and most horrible action was witnessed by the poeple at the PECO gas station close by. The little dog is with us, safe, neutered, with shots and microchip, and awaiting a responsible family. He's a beauty of a doggy, who still has a wondering look in his eyes... he doesn't know what he has done to find himself thrown out of a car!! We've told him and repeat it daily: he's done NOTHING and he is not to blame; his only "fault" is that he is very gentle and loving.
Lately we've been receiving calls from families in financial difficulty, but with a yard full of little animals. Animals, strangely enough, saved from the street, where they were abandoned by others. They all need help with food and every other need. They are receiving much love from their families, and we are taking care that this love won't be on an empty stomach! Together with you, dear friends, we hope to be supporting these families and their animals, month by month. A little bit from each one means a lot of well fed and happy tails.
Sandu the tomcat was found this spring, weakened, with a tibia fracture which had healed the wrong way. He wasn't in pain and his walk was acceptable. As some months passed became again the large tomcat he was, due to our care and that of Dr. Levente and Roxi. Unfortunately, his gaining weight back caused another fracture of the bone callus. X-rays and a long and complicated surgery followed. Those, together with the post-surgery treatment have made Sandu's life difficult. The pictures speak for themselves...
A little dog belonging to no one till recently, walked the streets with a wounded leg. He was adopted, but the family couldn't afford the vet costs to make him well. APAM was called for assistance. The dog was brought to Dr, Levente and Roxi, as an emergency case. We thank both of them again, from the bottom of our hearts, for the enormous help they are giving the animals! Unfortunately, the dog's leg had to be amputated, but he is well now: dogs can cope quite well on three legs. Those with only three legs at APAM run and play without problems. Another solved case, another yet unpaid bill!