I really don’t know much about Kremko as he must have been seven or eight years old when I first laid eyes on him. He was one of Etela’s cats and had been living at her cat and dog shelter for years, presumably, until it burned to the ground in March 2011.
No one is sure what exactly started the fire, but as the electricity supply at Etela’s shelter had been cut off due to unpaid bills, she was probably using candles and it was suspected that the tragedy struck when a lit candle got knocked
Etela ran a shelter of about 350 dogs and 60 cats, supposedly, many of which had lived in the house with her and died a horrible death in the fire that ravaged the
When everything was over, the surviving animals had remained at what was left of a burned out home for almost a month, all by
After their horrible ordeal, all of the cats that were strong enough, persistent enough and more than anything lucky enough to survive the tragedy, deserved to have the best life possible. Over several
Fearful and skinny at the beginning, he made a full recovery rather quickly. He is very quiet and calm, as if he’s somehow
The fire at Etela’s shelter was the biggest tragedy that could be imagined and a big sensation at the time, but it seems that everyone has forgotten about it long ago. Most of Etela’s dogs have been rescued by some foreign organizations, as far as I know, but her cats were disregarded even then and much more now. No one seems
Most of Etela’s cats died with her but even the surviving ones are neither important nor interesting to anyone anymore. I’ll never understand... why cats are always marginalized so unfairly? For me each