GREAT NEWS…. NASH IS HOME!! Today Nash joined the Buteyn’s of Fond Du Lac, WI. Nash arrived this Thursday from Isatanbul, Turkey.
Nash was born on the streets of Istanbul, Turkey and was rescued young just In the nick of time after being badly abused by some young children. Simge, Nash’s savior got her the medical treatment she needed and took her to safety. Simge is a saint to many street dogs in Turkey. Unfortunately, there are millions of homeless dogs who suffer on the streets in Turkey and around the world. Most have no hope of a better future or second chance as most locals don’t view street dogs as adoptable pets but rather as nuisances. Chances of local adoption are slim to none. Hard to believe – look at this beauty Nash – just wants to have a family to love.
Well today Nash’s dreams have come true almost a year after her rescue. Today she has a family who loves her and will cherish her for the rest of her days. A big family it is with lots of love to go around. Jessica and Scott and their 4 lovely children Cassidy, Karsyn, Jessica and Kylie.
Nash even has a K-9 brother named Ely who is a beautiful playful German Sheppard who is grieving the loss of his brother AJ who sadly past away this week. The whole family is grieving but knew that they had love left in their hearts to offer another rescue in need and that Ely needed a companion. Did I mention Nash also has a beautiful wooded 5 acre yard to play in?
Nash could not have gotten any luckier finding a family. My heart is singing today for Nash and her lovely family!
Additionally; within the law, individuals can also call to complain to the city municipals to remove the streets dogs from their fancy neighborhoods. One call is enough to make a horrific removal of the dogs, either poising them or dump them into the forests. The forests of Istanbul are packed with unwanted dogs, shelter systems are not similar to U.S. shelters they do not put unwanted dogs to sleep, however some dogs can spend their most of their lives in a shelter, since there is no such a trend as adopting from shelters. Some shelters are acceptable and some are very bad that dogs are dying from hunger.
Volunteers do pay regular visits to shelters and expose any negligence or incidence. People like Simge, who work so hard and spend most of their money on vet bills to save those innocent lives, many volunteers do push the “adopt and do not buy”, “spay and neuter” policies. However it is not enough, way too many dogs are on the streets and forests, and way more dangers wait for them.
Our aim is to share pictures and stories of these dogs while they are in their forever homes pampered and taken good care of, and spread the awareness of how these dogs are very appreciated here in US and the Turkish people should take action and stop supporting petshops and puppy mills.
Nash is 1 yr old and weighs 50 pounds. She is spayed, completed vetted and the picture of health.
Nash will be flying to Chicago with Turbo on June 16 to find her forever home.
If you are interested in adopting NASH, please contact Dawn Trimmel at firstname.lastname@example.org or 414-426-4148.