12 May

Dogs free to good homes

ATTENTION: Dogs free to good homes in United Kingdom!

ROLDA has successfully rehomed 200 homeless dogs from Romania in the UK. We are very proud of this achievement, but we believe the numbers can be better.

There are 2.5 million homeless dogs in Romania.
20,000 of these dogs struggle near our shelters in Galati.
6,000 puppies are born on the streets of Romania every year.

Poverty is one of the main reasons the homeless dog problem in Romania is severe. And it’s also why many Romanians can’t afford to adopt.
Even though the dogs are free … and even though there are many good homes in Romania … people cannot afford the costs.
This is why we seek help from other countries.

ROLDA started in 2006 as a small non-governmental organization operating in one of the poorest regions of Romania. The UK has been very helpful and supportive of our cause, and we are very grateful.
But the more people know about ROLDA dogs, the better chance they have of finding good homes. And for every adopted dog … 2 lives are saved!

That’s right! When you adopt a dog, you are making room in our shelters for another homeless dog … and giving it an opportunity to find a good home one day.

Lives are on the line

There are over 63.4 million people living in the UK.
Can you imagine the number of dog adoptions if every one of these people knew about these poor Romanian dogs?

Even if 700 people adopted one dog, that would make room in our shelters for 700 more dogs. That’s 1,400 lives saved!

So please, if you or someone you know is considering adopting a dog, visit ROLDA today at sponsoradog.ro.

Remember, just because these dogs are free does not mean there is something wrong with them. Many have suffered on the streets for years, and they deserve a good home.

P.S. You can also help by spreading the word about ROLDA. You might be saving more lives than you think!

ROLDA UK registration number 1162690. Download here the Gift Aid form. Please complete, save and send it to roldauk@gmail.com

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