martes, 5 de abril de 2011

!Mira que bien se lo pasan!/Look how much fun they are having







Hoy ha sido una mañana de suerte. ¡Pude contar con 3 voluntarias! Asi que me pude dedicar a lo demas. Tenia cita con la veterinaria a las 11.30 asi que me quede una hora en el refugio para poner lavadoras y organizar un poco la caseta. Tarde poco en la veterinaria, cosa rara…. Deje los perros en el refugio y me fui al Paraíso, aunque antes pase por otro veterinario donde compro las medicinas y vacunas. Cuando fui a recoger a Shira y Kuroi en la perrera el jueves pasado me comento el veterinario que habian entrado dos mas a pesar de que cuando llegue le dije que no volvia a pisar la perrera hasta dentro de dos meses! Total, ahora que ya la mayoria de los perros se estan curando (SOLO tengo 5 en tratamiento…) y se fueron 6 entre el dia 31 de marzo y 3 de abril y se van 2 el jueves dia 7 de abril, me sente a contar y…. ¡Los puedo acoger en el refugio! He cambiado de sistema: Cuando me entero que hay nuevos en la perrera voy y los desparasito y les pongo la vacuna de la tos aunque no los puedo sacar. El riesgo es que vaya alguien a la perrera que quiera adoptar a alguno, pero me compensa porque me ahorro un dineral en antibioticos para curarles luego de la tos que la mayoria coje alli, pero sobre todo porque no me van a contagiar a los mios ya que no tengo una zona de cuarentena. Y es mucho mejor para los perros. Todo comienzo es difícil pero estoy aprendiendo a marcha forzada. Se me habia olvidado la camara asi que no tengo fotos todavía. Ya los conocerais. Lo que si me pregunto es una cosa: Yo empeze a sacar galgos de la perrera en Enero de este año.¿¿ Quien los sacaba antes y donde estan?? ¿¿Sera porque es comodo que yo me ocupo de todo ahora?? Supongo que si….pero yo no puedo mas ni fisicamente ni económicamente asi que espero que los que los sacaban antes se vuelven a animar a sacar los que sin dudo entraran ya mismo. Ayer me reia con mi marido. Yo decia que los galgos del refugio estan cada vez mas gordos y yo cada vez mas delgada….Hay algo que estan mal.¿no? Haha!

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This morning was a lucky one: I had 3 volunteers! So I could dedicate my time to do other important things which have to be done also. I had an appointment with the vet at 11.30 and I did´t spend much time there, strange enough! So I went to the killingpound, after having bought medicines and vaccines at another vet. When I picked up Kuroi and Shira last Thursday I said to the vet there that I wouldn´t come back till in about two months. Nevertheless he said that there were two new ones… Now 6 have left between 31 march and 3 april I sat down and counted space available and I now “only” have five under treatments so….I can take them! I have changed the method. As soon as I hear that there are new ones I go and deworm them and give them the vaccine against kennel cough eventhough I cannot take them out that day. The risk is that someone else comes and adopt them (they cannot be reserved). That would be a loss of money but I safe a lot of money for antibiotics to heal them afterwards as they normally all are contaminated with the kennel cough there. So it is worth the risk. Apart from that they donot pass this on to the galgos I have already healthy. I donot have a quarentaine area. And specially it is much better for the dogs! All beginning is difficult but I am learning hard. I had forgotten my camara so I donot have their photos yet but you will know them soon. They are two very handsome males, not too shy. I wonder about something: I started taking galgos out in January and I know that before me other people, organisations took galgos out too. Where are they now? I suppose it is good for them to know that I am doing what I am doing but I cannot continue with this speed, I cannot because I have not enough money and I fisically cannot cope with more. I hope the others will come back and worry with me about the galgos who will continue to come in. Yesterday I had a good laugh with my husband. I said: the galgos are every day thicker and I am every day thinner. Something must be wrong there, don´t you think so? Haha..

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