It’s been quite some months since we last updated everyone, but it’s been incredibly busy and we know you understand it can be difficult at times to update from the desert. If you’ve been following our Facebook and Twitter pages you will know that Loki was rescued and sent to the UK for rehoming. He spent four months in quarantine at London and Essex Kents Farm, where he was looked after really well and definitely found his feet! We like to think he knew he was safe and just on his way to a new home.
Loki has now been with his new family for 5 days and he has settled in remarkably well already. Whilst he has never lived in a house before, he soon found his spot on the rug and bounds around the garden with a smile on his face!
Loki strayed from his pack as a puppy and was found living on one of our sites in Iraq, where he was fed by the guys and eventually socialised and given some training. Unfortunately, things change and he was passed to us as Warpaws to re-home him.
There are many dogs like Loki who all need help. Whilst we do re-home in special circumstances our mission remains to raise funds for a mobile veterinary clinic in the desert to vaccinate, neuter and treat the wonderful desert dogs. They have a lot to deal with – heat, little water, terrible treatment, snake bites – and we can help with that, if you can help us.
So, please donate – every penny counts, or purchase something from our shop. We equally need to raise the Warpaws profile and would hugely appreciate you spreading the word.
It’s been incredibly exciting watching Loki travel across Iraq, fly to the UK and settle with his new family. He’s been on an incredible journey and is one lucky dog.
Thank you to everyone involved in helping to get Loki to his new home.