Valia Orfanidou was driving down the road in Greece when a little black and white puppy jumped out of the bushes and started running behind her car.
” I thought, ‘No, one more one,’” Orfanidou claimed. “Greece has about 3 to five million stray canines. The streets here resemble open-shelter shelters– whoever doesn’t want their canine any longer throws it in the streets, there’s no other possibilities. “
Orfanidou nurtures and saves dogs in Greece, and describes the experience on his blog The Orphan Animal. She recognized she couldn’t leave him in the middle of nowhere.
She quit her car and attempted to coax him inside.
” When I stopped, he hid under the wheel of a vehicle,” Orfanidou claimed. “Every time I approached him, he would hide, and when I moved a few go back, he would certainly begin hiding and barking at me as if trying to mention something.”
After around 10 minutes of playing hide-and-seek with the puppy, she was ready to get him and place him in the back seat of the car, where he started to happily wag his tail.
Orfanidou brought him to the vet for an examination and although the puppy survived from any type of food he could locate on the streets, he was surprisingly healthy …
Currently during a loving family in Athens, the puppy, currently named Bandit, is growing quickly with the right care.” He is independent and has a strong spirit,” Orfanidou claimed. “But very loyal.”
The bandit is eagerly discovering his brand-new world– about soft beds, complete food bowls, kind people and long walks.
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