I believe Mika understands how I feel for his predicament. He's certainly touched my heart. Today though, the stress of confinement beginning to take its toll. I am very sad for Mika.
The nature of my Shelter is heartbreaking for me as well as for my co-workers. We work diligently trying to save the lives of abused and abandoned animals, staff doing a terrific job if I may say so meself
Its a humbling experience seeing wonderful animals give us their trust - and in return, we care for them, give them many smooches and hugs,
and hope to find them good, loving, permanent homes.
Yes, animals are euthanized, but we also fight like hell to keep the ones that can be saved alive. I'd rather see no animal killed, and so would the people I work with. Unfortunately, the reality is - many people don't always understand animals are feeling, breathing, sentient beings.
Our shelter also receives sick and dieing animals. We are grateful that their last days spent in a warm, caring enviorment.
Well, my babies here at home vieing for their humans attention. The herd's been very patient wilst I've been trying to find a sanctuary <and they're also happy I haven't brought wolfie to their house!>
Soon as I receive news regarding Mika, I'll post here.