“The first shelter for abandoned animals in Romania built at European standards will be inaugurated on October 4 in Cernavoda, having the capacity to host 350 dogs as well as 70 horses and donkeys.
The facility called Footprints of Joy will also host educational programs, children therapy programs using animals and welcomes volunteers who wish to contribute.
Presently, the shelter spans on a surface of 5 hectares, comprising both indoor and outdoor paddocks for rescue animals………”
Read more at Balkans.com
Whilst this is excellent news, it does strike me as a little odd that this is labelled the ‘first’ shelter, as there are other independent, volunteer-run shelters that are strictly no-kill, like the shelter we adopted Vulpe from: