We’re trying to help name and provide basic medical treatment for these beautiful Cretan sisters that were rescued by our partners from the Souda Shelter Project after being abandoned on the streets of Hania on the island of Crete.
We have officially “adopted” the Souda Shelter, which is run by a dedicated American animal welfare volunteer named Elizabeth Iliakis. The shelter currently houses and cares for nearly 100 abandoned and abused dogs.
Part of our “adoption” includes various mini-campaigns, highlighting stories of the animals at the shelter and bringing attention to the important work being done there to provide a safe place for vulnerable animals.
Our first campaign is the naming of these two beautiful Cretan sisters.
Here’s how you can be a part of the naming process:
Step One: Watch this video and meet the two sisters up close and personal.
Step Two: Make a donation of any amount by clicking here. These funds will be used for the health and welfare of these two puppies. We need to raise approximately $600 for their medical care to to get them healthy for adoption.
Step Three: After you’ve made your donation, return to our original post on Facebook and comment on the post with your two suggestions for names.
When the fundraising campaign closes on Friday, October 23, we will create a new post and ask for public votes! Stay tuned!