A year ago, I talked about a raid on dogs near Kursk that were trying to survive in a clearing not far from the village. Most of the inhabitants of the village were old and sick, the blind dog Platosha, the lame Anfisa, the thin Rada, whose puppies had just recently been born. The dogs were quiet and harmless, they did not attack people and did not disturb them.
People did not put up with the neighborhood with dogs, in the end their attempts to evict the animals ended with the fact that they set fire to the clearing and the dogs escaped with difficulty, finding shelter near the school building, long abandoned and dilapidated.
Rada fled from the fire along with the rest of the dogs, while she returned to the ashes several times to move her babies to a safe place. As it turned out, the old school did not become a quiet haven for dogs, because the locals were determined to kick them out of there too.
In the village council we were later told about the planned burning of grass and that they did everything with the best intentions, but it is hard to believe in this.
I couldn’t pick up one animal and leave the rest, so everyone we could put in the car left with us.
We took Rada and her puppies, who were about 2 weeks old, to get them out from under the ruins of the school was not an easy task at all.
We managed to quickly find a home for Anfisa, and Rada and the kids lived for almost a year in a zoo guesthouse, for which we pay. We often write about Rada and her puppies on social networks, but, unfortunately, this did not help them find a home.