Bonnie is so happy after her lucky escape

Bonnie is the most delightful little dog who would fill any home with joy and happiness.

Bonnie was one of ten dogs rescued from a death camp by Animal Friends of Turkey.

Luckily for her we do not think she could have been there very long because apart from being petrified and traumatised she was fine. She had no health issues at all unlike the others we managed to get out of that hell hole.

Little Bonnie happy with some of her new friends in AFOT care

The other lucky thing was also that she avoided becoming pregnant as she was not neutered despite being in a camp with a host of un-neutered males. Her life would have been miserable had she come into heat.

We are not sure how she ended up in that terrible place but it is now obvious that she had been living in a home with people before that.

She is a really placid and calm little angel and she is great to have around the place.

Bonnie is a sweet and calm little angel

She will happily take herself off to her bed or the sofa when she feels like it and she loves nothing better than to snuggle up to you on your lap.

Bonnie is a small girl who weighs just 8-10kg and she gets on well with other dogs.

She walks well on the lead and she so looks forward to going out to walk happily by your side.

Bonnie loves to curl up on your lap for snuggles

The task now is to find her just the right home where she can get the time, love and patience all rescue dogs need.

So if you feel you could be that special person for Bonnie then please check out what’s involved in taking on one of our rescue dogs by clicking this link and reading our Dog Adoption Policy guidelines.

A home check is always made and while there is no adoption fee required, we do ask for a donation with all our dogs to help towards our costs.

If you want to register your interest in Bonnie or are interested in providing a loving home for one of our rescue dogs in general then please complete and submit our Dog Adoption Registration form.

Bonnie at the vet’s after her rescue from the death camp