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‘This companion animal is currently in the Nowzad shelter in Kabul, Afghanistan. If you are interested in adopting, then the Nowzad charity will supply you with video and photographs and should the adoption go ahead will fundraise and arrange the transport for this companion animal to come to your home’.
I am Dashti a pup born to the streets of Kabul around 07 June 2014 along with my brother Shahin. We are both male and neutered and in good health.
We were born into a family with another brother and a sister, our mom disappeared and we were left alone and scared of the big world around us. We had no idea how to find food and the big dogs would come and scare us but then one day a lovely Afghan family came along and they saw we were scared and hungry so they scooped us up and took us to their home.
We were happy in our home for a few months but our new family were not rich people and as we got bigger they were finding it very difficult to be able to provide enough food for us so with heavy hearts they took us to the nowzad clinic and asked for help.
Thankfully the nowzad clinic took us in immediately and although it was hard to say goodbye to our Afghan family we understood it was the best thing for us.
Our brother Kohi won the lottery and went to live in the UK with another nowzad rescue and our sister Marley hit the jackpot when an American soldier saw her picture and fell in love so she is now living the dream in America. We now wait patiently at the nowzad shelter for our luck to change so that we too can have families of our own.
Do you think that you could offer us the chance to experience the love of a family again? We are still only young lads and we will need some time and patience with training but we are worth it. We are fine with other dogs, we have not been cat tested, we are very energetic so a family that enjoys long walks and lots of play time would be perfect. We did live with children when we lived with our Afghan family but we have not had the chance to play with children since we came to the shelter so we would prefer to live with a family that has children above the age of 10. We can be homed together or separately.
To support the work of Nowzad in Afghanistan and make a difference for the dogs and cats with no voice but ours please visit www.nowzad.com