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Category: Holidays


Your fun is our terror!

There are many traditional Romanian customs that will not be forgotten. Scorcova, the ploughman, the goat, the bear, the bear, carols on Christmas Eve. Romanians take care to preserve them and bring them out of mothballs with great joy when their time approaches. Another common custom is to welcome the New Year with loud noises to "ward off evil spirits". And it wouldn't be a problem if it continued, but the custom has been subject to people's personal interpretation which has resulted in the frequent and persistent use of FIRECRACKERS, FIRECRACKERS, PYROTECHNIC ARTICLES.

They are part of the P1 category and are NOT intended for personal entertainment use! Their use is permitted in extreme cases, by persons in danger, to repel aggressive or wild animals that threaten their physical integrity, by farmers or other professionals using pyrotechnic articles for TECHNICAL purposes.

Over time, firecrackers and firecrackers have done more harm than good. Last year, 112 people were injured, suffering serious injuries and one even died, all as a result of non-compliance with fireworks legislation. As we evolve, we need to open our minds as well as our souls and understand that these objects are extremely dangerous and the ephemeral joy is felt only by the person setting them alight, and their effect impacts adults, children and animals alike who are left with irreparable trauma after such a shock.

We always step into the new year with tears and sobs, sorrow and indignation because we find many dead puppies in the shelter on the first day after New Year's Eve. All dead from fear of booing, under the terror of villagers throwing firecrackers at or near the shelter.

Every year, since the first days of January, the mailboxes of our website are full of impatient owners whose dogs have escaped from their homes following the shock of New Year's Eve. And every year we experience a truly exhausting despair when we receive reports of animals whose mouths have been exploded by firecrackers and firecrackers, the result of the amusement of people lacking in morality and discernment.

You have the power to make a difference, to advocate for peace and avoid many tragedies! You have free will and you can understand that although such material is accessible to the general public, it is forbidden and its use for personal entertainment is punishable by fines! You can choose to NO use them and enjoy other customs and traditions, less harmful to those around you, people or animals! Choose not to be selfish, for your fun is terror to the uninvited!



Don't gift a responsibility for Christmas!

Raising a dog or cat takes 10-20 years of financial and emotional commitment. Please do not adopt or buy animals for the purpose of giving them as gifts!

It's that time of year again when parents are desperate to buy and/or adopt a pet for their children. What many don't understand is that any animal, be it a hamster, parrot, puppy or cat, comes with an ongoing responsibility.

Cross us off your Christmas shopping list!

Yes, a puppy with a bow around its neck looks great under an ornate tree, and the joy of the moment for children is overwhelming for adults, but as parents, our sense of morality should urge us to teach our little ones that once we choose to adopt an animal, we do so for life, not just for the holidays!

We must contribute to the formation of the moral conscience of young children by teaching them that we must be patient until the chicken starts to poop outside, that we must tolerate the behavior of gnawing things, of destroying them out of a specific childish joy, we must crystallize the notion by reminding and reminding children that the animal must be vaccinated, regularly dewormed, neutered at the right age, walked to use up their energy (whether it is blizzarding, raining heavily or hot outside), that we cannot leave them alone at home for too long as some of them may display undesirable behaviour based on separation anxiety towards their owners.

When we get a pet, we take on a responsibility and we can't alienate it if it chews up the sofa, if it poops on the carpet, if it barks too much and too loudly or if it doesn't know how to walk on a leash yet. Any learned behaviour can change, or in Romanian "orice apprendț ha anche un dezvăț", but people must be actively involved in the process of change.

Souls are non-refundable!

When we choose to give a child an animal for Christmas, we make sure that the family, and therefore the child, understands both the joys and the hardships of raising an animal. We don't give just to throw a guilt-free soul out into the street after the holidays!

Choose wisely for the holidays! Choose mindfulness over fleeting joy! Adopt with your head!