Within hours, the Fondation 30 Millions d’Amis had taught a dozen animals in distress in Pas-de-Calais. These little survivors were placed in safety at the Tuilerie shelter (77) where they are pampered before they can be adopted.
Juristes, enquêteurs, soigneurs… Everyone is mobilized to come to the aid of dogs and discussions in the department of Pas-de-Calais (9.05.2022). These animals are now safe at the 30 Million Friends Shelter in St Hilliers where they are waiting for a loving home.
The “3 little puppies”
Abandoned by their keeper, three puppies lived locked up in rabbit cages. Thanks to three investigators, they were assigned to this mission with the support of law enforcement. Today, they are well cajoled by our teams at the Tuilerie Shelter who named them Drover, Dodger and Danae. Who could resist their pretty face?
A rather calm Filou!
At the age of 12, Filou was found alone after the death of his masters. He was first housed by a neighbor before being picked up at the Tuilerie shelter. It benefits from Operation Dean, which facilitates the adoption of dogs aged 10 and over by taking care of any veterinary expenses, up to 600 euros. What Pinscher de nature tranquille prefers the company of a calm, childless couple. May he end his days surrounded by love!
Mila hopes for a miracle
Mila, a poor Jack Russel – unidentified – has been abandoned by her former masters. This energy ball has a lot of love to give… except for cats! Awake, lively and intelligent, she will be able to cheer up her new family… in exchange for care and affection.
Poupy, the redhead
At the age of 3, a pretty redhead pussy was donated to the 30 Million Friends Foundation. « It was the police, alerted by a neighbor, who contacted mereports the volunteer surveyor. The pussy was delivered to itself, with no water or food. She never left the house and didn’t even have litter to defecate ». We wish her well in the family she deserves!
Pako the big griffon
A nice 29-pound griffin was neglected by those who picked it up just a year ago. « He was fleeing very often, so his keepers decided to lock him up in a cagibitestifies our volunteer investigator. His living conditions were very bad ». Let’s hope he finds a loving family soon.
All the little ones protected can be met at the meeting. For more information, do not hesitate to contact the Tuilerie refuge, in Saint-Hilliers in Seine-et-Marne, at 01.64.00.15.45.