Every week, discover the four inhabitants of the shelter of the Ebroïcienne association for the protection of animals. They introduce themselves to find a new family.
“Hello, I’m Célio, or the mouth of hell as my volunteers call me. I’m 3 and a half years old. As you can see, I have a broken jaw, an impressive head, and a pretty strong build. But I don’t have the character to match my body. In life, I have the temperament of a dog. Behind my bars I play the boss, the big dog, with his big voice that wants to impress people I don’t know, but when my volunteers come to pick me up, it transforms and I’m the happiest loulou. They even say that I like to go out because I’m not on a leash and I’m good as a picture when I meet one of my friends.
When I go to the park, I relive freely. I’m running and taking full advantage of this moment. Feeling the fresh air invigorates me and gives me an intense desire to crush life. I love playing with people and jumping on them. Even though they say I don’t have the right, I still try to negotiate.
You have to keep teaching me how to manage my emotions because sometimes I get a little crazy and you have to channel all that energy. But I remain a cute and affectionate dog. »
“My name is Olie, a loving 10-year-old grandmother who needs time to trust and show herself. When I arrived, it wasn’t a party. I was suspicious of everyone. I gradually realized that no one wanted me badly, even though I still had distrust in my eyes. They walked into my room with people I knew. I don’t look nice on the outside but what would you do if strange people looked at you while you were locked up?
I’m circling the park, looking for a hug and I’m not a runaway. I don’t shoot on walks and I’m very friendly. I have a hard time coming when they call me because I like to make my little visit in silence. But I’m still coming, a hug is never refused!
However, you should know that my old masters have said that I am a great bodyguard. So I may need a few training lessons to teach my parents to trust and not try to defend the territory or my dear master. »
“Introducing myself, my name is Shadow! But I’m sorry, I’m nothing but a shadow in your lives! I haven’t even celebrated my first birthday yet, I’m already a shelter resident… It’s so sad to tell you for the first year. I was brought to SPAE by my former owners due to negligence, this It also makes me a little suspicious of people. But I’m not bad at all. I just want us to get to know each other a little before I give up on myself, that’s all!
People who spoil me have already understood: I’m a smart little girl who spends her days captivating her audience! What better way to get a chance to get out of this cage and spend a life with loving people? I am soft and calm, so I can easily fit into a family. »
“My name is Flocon. I’m a twin who plays with a bit of indecision to analyze my world. I use my cat talk to get attention, but at the same time I’m so afraid of people that I might put you down at the last moment. It’s a sign of a great lack of self-confidence but seeking love. interaction without context would be ideal.
My volunteers say that I am not aggressive and only time will give me confidence in life. But for this I need to be able to leave quickly because in the shelter it is always difficult to thrive with different people every day and in the context of incarceration. What I need is stability.
With a little patience, anything is possible. And I deserve to be part of an elite team like everyone else here! So if you are patient and kind, we can definitely create the most beautiful life together because all I want is to love and be loved! »
Two hundred dogs and cats await a dedicated master at the Évreux Society for the Protection of Animals. They can be adopted for an amount that covers veterinary expenses. Dog chipped, vaccinated and neutered: €190; chiseled, vaccinated and sterilized female dog: €260; neutered, vaccinated and chipped cat: 110 €; sterilized, vaccinated and chipped cat: 160 €. Arrangements are possible if older dogs and cats are adopted. Bring proof of identity and final address.
Refuge de la Censurière: 17, rue de Huest, in Évreux. Open from Tuesday to Saturday from 14.00 to 16.30 Tel. 02 32 39 07 17.