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ETNA – She was rescued one month ago by OIPA volunteers in Teramo (Italy), she was lost and abandoned along the street, she had a severe wound in the head and she was underfed.   She needed several therapied and treatments to recover, and she hasn’t ...

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Last week we participated on Rabies vaccination campaign in Emborret village close to Tarangire National Park and more than 250 dogs and cats were provided with some of the following services for free. Advice on how to provide adequate guardianship of com...

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A tourist travelling in Albania noticed a bear trapped in a cage in a restaurant. This bear is used as tourist attraction and he shows clear signs of discomfort. Our volunteers in Albania did an inspection to check the status of the animal. Clearly the ow...

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Thanks to your donations, Ettore did specific medical exhams. Unfortunately it is not yet clear what causes his problems. OIPA volunteers are always by his side, supporting him while we find out how to treat him. ________________________________________...

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In September 6th in Trapani campaigns, Angelo, the pitbull dog breed recovered by OIPA volunteers Animal Guards, was urgently taken to a veterinary clinic. The OIPA Guards, alerted by the local police, rushed on the site indicated and attended a terrifyin...

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Ozzy was a stray cat, he was living in the streets with his mother and brothers. When OIPA volunteers find him, they noticed that he was the only one who couldn’t walk and he was weak and skinny. The volunteers brought him to the vet: Ozzy had a congeni...

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Snoopy was rescued in July by OIPA Eco-Zoophilous Guards in Niscemi, a little village in Sicily. Spotted in a state of decay, this little dog was hanging around with his back broken in two. Attacked by other dogs, Snoopy could not defend himself: he repor...

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BALOO AND BAGHERA HAVE RECOVERED! Do you remember Baloo and Baghera, two Maremma sheepdogs that have been abandoned in the hot sun, and found in tragic conditions – undernourished, thirsty and hungry? When OIPA volunteers found them in the beginning of ...

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