Amanda Holden meets Gavin and Andrea Gamby Boulger from Wetnose Animal Aid, and speaks about the plight of the Romanian animals.
Thank you Amanda!

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              The wonderful Samantha Fox, and Saffron (Rock                              Band-Republica), are also joining us on our mission!
Norton Animal Rescue Foundation, together with Wetnose Animal Aid are planning a new mission...To attempt to alleviate & highlight the terrible situation in Romania. I am sure that by now, you are already aware of the situation regarding the culling of stray and unregistered animals. This is truly an animal holocaust!
The culling of thousands of shelter animals, street dogs, and unregistered pets, has been given the go-ahead by the Romanian Government.

Gary Edwards (Norton Animal Rescue), and Gavin Gamby Boulger (Wetnose), including the original 'A'-Team (Animal Team) from the recent Bulgarian 'Justice for Borko' mission, are gathering once more, and this time we have other celebrities joining us!

The wonderful Sam Fox is a passionate animal lover & many people will know Sam from her early days, through to her pop chart successes, and her various TV appearances, but she has for many years campaigned on behalf of animals, and is Patron of 'Scratching Post' Cat Rescue, and also works against the trade in Tiger poaching, primarily in Asia.
Joining Sam is Saffron Sprackling, vocalist from the band Republica. Throughout the decades, Republica have produced many great songs, such as 'Ready to Go', 'Drop Dead Gorgeous', and the current single called 'Christiana Obey
'. These wonderful celebrities have joined our campaign, to use their celebrity voices for the Romanian strays, and will be joining us early next year in Romania.

Needing no introduction, the highly regarded actor, Peter Egan will also be joining our team, work commitments allowing. Peter and Myra have for many years actively engaged in all manner of animal related issues, and Peter has travelled the World, raising awareness, and highlighting various campaigns and charities. He is UK Embassador for 'Animals Asia', founded by Jill Robinson MBE. Peter is a highly regarded actor of both stage and screen, and has also directed various theatre works. His work in relation to animal welfare is truly inspiring, and one of Jill Robinsons rescue bears is called 'Peter Bear' after his namesake.

From the Bulgarian mission, the lovely Lorraine Chase will once again be part of the team. Lorraine supports many animal related causes, and gives much of her time in aid of animals. During our Bulgarian campaign, Lorraine became Patron of K9-Rescue, and her passion for animals shines through, by her dedication to such causes...
Our dear friend Wendy Turner Webster, who also joined our Bulgarian campaign, is sadly unable to join us for this Romanian mission. However, Wendy continues to be a voice for all animals, and her lifestyle serves as a true statement in relation to animal welfare.
I thank her from my heart & wish her success in all her future work...

Of course that great cameraman himself, Peter Fison is once again joining our cause, to film the entire mission. Peter is Director of SWLTV (South West London TV), and his work involves many aspects, and both his enthusiam and experience is invaluable, and greatly appreciated...

Once more, my dear friends Andrea and Gavin Gamby Boulger (Wetnose) are the driving force throughout our mission, and if I myself can achieve just a fraction of their work, in relation to animal welfare issues and causes, then I will consider my lifes work complete...

Also joining us are the lovely girls from K9-Angels..
Anneka Svenska (
actress turned Natural History Presenter and feature writer),
Victoria Eisermann (
model, entrepreneur, animal rights activist)
Pola Pospieszalska (singer-songwriter).....Welcome aboard girls!!

Last, but most certainly not least, we are very pleased to welcome Sara Turetta from 'Save the dogs and other animals'. Sara and her team have many years experience within Romania, and we are blessed to have her onboard...

We are flying off to Romania, to make a documentary on the plight of these animals, and the good people who are desperately trying to save them. This situation has been brewing for some years, and due to indiscriminate breeding & the lack of spay & neutering procedures, the stray population has been a problem for many years..There is no such thing as humane euthanasia in Romania. The dogs are killed by any means available. So now the massacre begins, as dogs are mown down by vehicles, stabbed, stoned to death, poisoned or shot etc..

                     Romanian Public Shelters - The Reality

                 Film Highlights from the Romanian Campaign

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