Blue had an accident at a young age – the mixed breed dog is now dependent on a trolley. Lucky lived as a street dog before animal lovers could save him. Unfortunately, the owner passed away and now three Malamutes have been waiting for a new home for a year. Even an iguana ended up in the animal shelter and hopes for a new happiness there. Many fates that move.
Lucky saved from street life Abroad, the shy mongrel eked out his life on the streets. Rescued to Austria, Lucky still lost his place because there are situations that overwhelm the male. He has made significant progress through a lot of training at the shelter, but it can happen that Lucky falls back into old patterns. A stable environment is important for him, a longer period of getting to know each other is necessary for the admission. Tel.: 0 732/24 78 87.African agate snailsIn the animal shelter in Linz there are currently five larger agate snails and ten young animals that are hoping for a species-appropriate attitude in a large aquarium or terrarium. The earth should be high enough for the animals to burrow. Branches, pieces of cork and plants can be used as furnishings. A water bowl in which the little animals can bathe would also be nice. Tel.: 0 732/24 78 87. Malamut trio Chenoa (12 1/2 years), Hexe and Mojak (10 years, two of them on the picture) lost their home because the owner died. That was a year ago and the dogs in the animal shelter in Linz are still waiting for good accommodation. The animals never got to know life indoors. A large outdoor enclosure with an isolated shelter would be best for them. The trio is always enthusiastic about leisurely walks. Tel.: 0 732/24 78 87. Found cat Amelie came to the animal shelter as a foundling and was never picked up again. The ten-year-old cat is extremely cuddly and sociable. She would like to continue enjoying her usual freedom in the future.Tel.: 0 732/24 78 87.Wanted for a great animal lover!Blue got into an accident at a young age. Since then, the eight-month-old mixed breed dog has been paralyzed and dependent on a trolley. However, Blue happily dashes around with it and doesn’t let her boundless joie de vivre be taken away from her. Tel.: 0 664/541 50 79.Exotic available The female iguana in the picture is still quite frightened. To keep this species of lizard you need a large terrarium with a tropical climate. The diet consists mainly of fruits and vegetables. The Linz animal shelter provides further information on keeping the animal on tel.: 0 732/24 78 87.