We want to introduce you to a special boy named MyKah. He is under the protection of Asociacion Protectora Argos in Sevilla . Founder and G.R.I.N. friend, Beatriz Sanchez-Elvira Ribas, has written to us about the special boy. He has been waiting since January for his forever home. If Mykah speaks to your soul, as he has touched ours, and you would like to consider adoption, please contact Beatriz at: email@example.com Donations are also welcome for his boarding expenses until he finds his forever home. Donate through G.R.I.N. PayPal for MyKah.
Here you have the story of MyKah.
MyKah was rescued last january from a galguero settlement in Sevilla, where they had been abandoned. Barbara Legfranc, a lady from a French association (Le Bulletin des Lévriers) received an email with a urgent help call to take dogs from that awful place. She got in touch with me and asked me to take the two more in need, so I first took an old galgo with serious artritis problems on his legs (we called him Karma and he is already in France), and a young wounded and skinny galgo that had been badly abused and was ill. The poor dog was deeple scared of people too.That was MyKah.
MyKah had erlichia and we were told by some neighbour of the galgero settlement that his former owner used to beat him mostly everyday, no wonder he was so scared of people. He also had his tear-duct popped out and a lump full of blood under his neck, due to a dog bite. He needed an operation on his eye.
Barbara asked me to take them but knowing we have little resources and too many dogs, she has been sending the money to pay for their dog hotel from the begining.
Poor MyKah is still at the dog hotel waiting for an adoption. He is healthy now and he has become a very affectionate dog. He is still shy when he is in his kennel and you go to him, but he follows you everywhere, looking for caresses when he is out in the garden, and he is also very docil and obedient on the leash. But his adoption is being difficult because he is not compatible with cats.. and also maybe because first impressions are important and people think he is still that scared dog we first rescued.
MyKah is the name the Barbara chose for him, it is hebrew and means "who resembles God".
Right now he is a beautiful strong young galgo, very special too. It is very touching to see him fight his fears and become more trusting and affectionate every week.