PicturePicture CRISTINA female, 1 years old ×CRISTINA has no sponsors! Click here to become CRISTINA's sponsor! Cats’ Invasion… Cristina is a sociable, playful young cat – smart enough to keep distance when she is around the dogs from our shelter. She prefers other cats’ company. Breed: Common Breed Size: Medium Spayed/Neutered: Yes Fur: Short Color: Grey I need food and care 200€ Yearly Annual Pawsitive Gift for CRISTINA Dry dog food (minimum 17% protein) Annual vaccination, sheltering costs Regular fleas and worms treatment I need special care 300€ One Time One-time Pawsitive Gift for CRISTINA Emergency vet costs, sterilization High protein or diet food Supplements, vitamins Sponsor Them All 25€ Monthly Monthly Pawsitive Gift for CRISTINA Food and complete medical services Sponsor also all my brothers and sisters Sponsor donkey Ben and Mr. Cat Gifts you can buy for CRISTINA Water Bowl for clean healthy water Water Bowl cost: 10€ Straws and Coat to keep warm in winter cold Straws and Coat cost: 15€ Visits to the Vet for regular health checks Visits to the Vet cost: 50€ Find out how you can adopt CRISTINA Please fill in all the questions you may have regarding this dog or the adoption process. Before sending this inquire please make sure you qualify for Dog Adpotion 18 years + Accept home checks Proof good condition for dog (e.g. reference from a vet) Click to Read "Before adopting" article! Yes, I do qualify! You are about to adopt a former street dog that was rescued by our team, provided with quality food and veterinary care (periodic treatment against internal and external parasites), sterilized, identified by micro chipping.Please complete the adoption form and send it to us by email together with a reference from your pets veterinary, after you have been considered and agreed with the followings: A rescue dog is different than a dog which you can buy from a pet shop. A rescue dog background is (most of the times) unknown but seeing the dogs suffering on the streets, we can assume and must be ready to understand his previous trauma. A rescue dog must be trained with patience to overlook and overpass his fears from the past (maybe sudden moves, loud noises, being afraid of a heavy truck passing too close). A rescue dog behavior can be different inside a shelter compared with his attitude once he feels home, loved, spoiled. A rescue dog can show a possessive attitude on his food, bed, sofa, – generally on his belongings but also when it’s about hugs and attention. We must remember that these dogs finally escaped from a miserable life and feel wanted, respected and loved. A rescue dog must be kept under observation when introduced to new dogs, other pets and especially around kids. Seen as easy targets to dominate, kids and smaller animals should remain in your eyes until you get to know your adopted dog very well. A rescue dog will impress you with his cleverness, constantly adapting to new situations – but he needs guidance to learn the things your way from the beginning. Rescue dogs are very easy to train (most of them, especially using treats as reward). The hardest part is winning a rescue dog trust. After that, he will follow you to the Moon and obey you until the end. A rescue dog will give you in return, something very differently than what you’ve seen in others dogs – his gratitude (coming often from small things), his love, his life. If you read this up to here, already understood a former street dog needs to be treated with gentleness and patience, you are about to make yourself and to your family the greatest gift – as where on Earth you will find loyalty, cleverness, true friendship, unconditioned love all together in a single, pure soul?