We live in a private Nature Reserve and when we bought our property we were allowed to have pets. We moved away briefly and when we moved back the Body Corporate informed us that we could no longer keep our dogs. We applied to keep them but the trustees did not consider our application but by following a legal process are attempting to force us to to have our four daschunds re-homed or euthanased. They have no legal leg to stand on but we need to go to court and prove that!! We would have moved if could to save them have but cannot afford it.
They are like our children and we cannot bear to be apart from them. We further suffer from fibromyalgia and our four daschunds are integral to our theraphy. Please help us to keep Aoki, Ming, Steffi and Sally by contributing to the legal fees that will enable us to fight to keep them!
When you help us win I will pay forward your generous donation by also helping other people who battle with the same problem to keep their furry children where they belong! With their humans!
Meet our lovely furry children we are fighting for:
Ming and Aoki are two black, smooth haired miniature daschunds with tan markings. They are 5 years old and are two very quiet and demure dogs who sleep in their beds all day and only go outside when accompanied by a human member of the house. . They are rescue pups that I have had since they were six months old. As I am single these two little dogs are like my children and sleep in my room (and in my bed!) at night.
Sally, is a longhaired black miniature daschund that is my mother’s furry child. She is three years old and along with her sister has been my mom’s companions since she suffered the very traumatic loss of her beloved daschund due to poisoning. Being my mother’s dog she is extremely well behaved and she does not bark but will go up to my mother and “tell” my mother that something is going on by snapping her teeth.
Stephi is Sally sister and is a very tiny little tan longhaired daschund that weighs only 4.5 kilograms. She is an extremely cuddly dog and her favourite place is under the duvet. She has also been spayed and her inoculations are up to date. Sally and Stephi are rescue pups that my mom have had since they were four weeks old.