Scooby kittens are looking urgently for a new loving “servant”..

As soon as spring starts, all animals are getting in the mood.. Non sterilized cats are  going out looking for a date. Fortunately a lot  of the owners have taken their responsibility and had them neutered, but unfortunately in Spain, the situation is different.

Scooby Medina has, again, their hands full this year with abandoned and dumped litters of kittens that need to be taken care of, fed and socialized.  Day and night the workers are doing what they can to bring these little “fur balls” back to strength so they are ready to leave for their new home.

On the Facebook page Scooby Katjes,  we present all the kittens at Scooby who are ready to be adoptedhttps://www.facebook.com/Scooby-Katjes-229253987460332/photos

Before the kittens leave for their new home, they are being sterilized, chipped, vaccinated and tested on Leukemia and kittenaids. So you will be assured you will always get a healthy kitten with a passport. Do you need more information or are you interested? Please send a personal message on Facebook through Scooby Katjes. You can ask us anything in German, Dutch or English and we try to answer your question as soon as possible.  There are several sites in France, Belgium and the Netherlands where the kittens could be picked up. Are you going to be the loving new “servant” the little ones need so badly? Please take a look on Facebook for the currently available kittens and share the page with your friends.

(written by Karin van Emmerik)


We need help desperately..

 A lot of people think that Scooby is a large and wealthy organisation, because of all the rescues we do, we we definitely are not. We need you desperately to ensure our existence, please donate today, inform your friends, you are our only hope and the life of a lot of animals depends on you. Greetings, Fermin
ps,. this is a bankstatement of our account, judge for yourselves....  

Adopt one of our animals: http://www.scoobymedina.org/en/adoption/index.html
Join the teaming (for only 1 Euro/month): https://www.teaming.net/scoobymedina?lang=en_UK


Sky the hero

Yesterday we had one of the lessons that 
animals can teach us. Sky is a truly hero for this little kitten that 
someone throw over our fence, he is very sick, probably Rhinotraqueitis 
and it was really cold, what our hero did?. when our people in 
Palencia arrived there , they saw Sky just lying down , licking a ball 
of hair, then we appeared sky stand up and started pushing the title 
kitten showing us that he was there, probably the cat is alive just 
because of Sky warming him and caring him until we arrive.he  is 
our hero and he still needs a home


Galgos in the pool

The sun is burning, it is almost 40 degrees, it is too hot! Luckily a great person donated a big pool to Scooby so all the volunteers are happy! Ah no… it’s not for the people, it’s for the dogs! And look at them enjoying the cold water! They have to get used to getting in and getting out a little bit, but with some help they finally understand. And of course are not only the dogs enjoying the pool J
Thank you so much Miguel Diaz Ollero!

Here is a little movie of the dogs getting a treat in the pool:

: https://youtu.be/LDAscN3SsJs 


An update on Zuki.

You probably remember the little galga who weighed a meagre 10kg when rescued at the beginning of the month. The good news is that her blood work has improved a lot. The bad news is that all the toes on her hind legs simply fell off one after the other due to the gangrene caused by the vasculitis and the resulting bad blood supply.

There is, however, a possibility to help her with a 2 part titanium prosthesis, one part fixed to the bone, the other part removable, kind of like a shoe. So far, so good... But the price to have it done by a specialist from Canary Island is 2600 due to the extremely high cost of the materials.

But you know us... We can't just rescue this little girl and then give up on her and put her down because of a financial drawback. That's simply not Scooby.

For that reason, we are, once again, kindly asking for donations to help cover the immense cost of little Zuki's operation. Please help us give Zuki a second chance and a life worth living.

Below is a link with the old blog post in case you need a little reminder about her story:

Join the teaming (for only 1 Euro/month): https://www.teaming.net/scoobymedina?lang=en_UK