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Azriel, sretna mačka

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Jedan jadan ulični mačak je našao novi život u Osnovnoj škoji u Starom Gradu.

Priča o Lassie

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Lutajući po centru Jelse, mali psić, izgubljen i prestrašen, nije mogao ni slutiti kako će mu se sreća okrenuti.

Sv. Franjo prosvitli im pamet

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nek' se bolje odnose prema okolišu i životinjama!

Ulične mačke: nova prilika

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Zahvaljujući jelšanskom načelniku Nikši Peronji, jelšanske ulične mačke dobile su novu šansu za život u miru // novu priliku da prežive i uživaju u miru.

Mačke, prijatelji, pomagači

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Eco Hvar se ponekad kritizira da čini premalo - ili čak ništa - kako bi pomogao bezbrojnim potrebitim mačkama i mačićima na otoku. Zapravo ima puno stanovnika otoka, kako mještana, tako i doseljenika, koji stalno daju sve od sebe kako bi pomogli.

Voda bez tragova glifosata, ali nebriga za životinje bode oči!

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Bilo je burno na Redovnoj skupštini Udruge "Eco Hvar" – za dobrobit ljudi, životinja i okoliša otoka Hvara, a koja se u posljednje vrijeme na nekoliko vrlo čitanih portala bavila prvenstveno temama vezanim za uporabu pesticida kako u javnom, tako i privatnom prostoru.

Hranilišta za mačke

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Oduševljeni smo što vidimo da se naše hranilice za mačke dobro koriste! Inicijativa se razvija polako ali sigurno.

Luki, Guardian of Hvar's Treasures: Galešnik

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Lucky Luki revels joyfully in his explorations of Hvar's boundless beauties. The Galešnik fortress in the hill to the south above Jelsa is one of his regular haunts.

Luki, čuvar hvarskih bisera: Tor

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Luki i njegov dvonožni “roditelj” Ivica stalno obilaze Hvar, koristeći stare staze, i ovako pomažu u održavanju starih puteva. Uživaju u lijepoj prirodi i posjetu povijesnih spomenika, od kojih ima puno na otoku.

Luki, Guardian of Hvar's Treasures: Poljica

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There's nothing Luki likes better than exploring the lesser known areas of Hvar Island. The eastern region is largely overlooked and (mercifully) underdeveloped, so it is perfect territory for Luki and his friends.

Luki, čuvar hvarskih bisera: kapelica sv. Luke

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Luki i njegov dvonožni “roditelj” Ivica svoj rodni kraj vole istinski i bezrezervno. U ove tri godine, koliko su zajedno, Ivica je Lukija upoznao s beskrajnim radostima koje otok Hvar nudi. Kulturna, sakralna nalazišta i povijesna baština značajni su u njihovim istraživanjima.

Sv. Rok, Zaštitnik Pasa

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Blagdan sv. Roka je 16. kolovoza. Sv. Rok je zaštitnik Starog Grada - i pasa.

Luki's new bootees: a summer must!

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Dog owners be warned! In Dalmatia's hot summers, dog paws may need protecting.

Anniena priča

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Negdje početkom studenoga 2018. godine, kujica je ostavljena uz cestu iznad Jelse, nedaleko od ambulante, sa svojih pet štenaca.

Lula, Pano i Lily-Rose simboli su pitoresknog hvarskog sela

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Dirljiva priča o majstorici yoge koja je nekad radila kao plesačica u Londonu, a onda je u Dalmaciji otkrila ljubav prema tovarima

Goats' Play

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Vrisnik is a village which boasts many animals. Goats are among the most prized.

Dogs as friends

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Dogs in a loving home become friends with their owners. They say that anyone who doesn't like animals doesn't like humans either.

Cats, music, fun

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Cats and music both give pleasure to many. Combine the two...pure joy for cat and music lovers!

Mali konj, ljubimac u Svirčima

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Tovar je od pamtivijeka zaštitni znak Dalmacije, a težacima je najčešće služio kao tegleća životinja

Sretan ishod: lovački pas spašen iz jame!

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Sezona lova na Hvaru traje od listopada do siječnja. Nedjeljom i srijedom lovci izađu na teren sasvojim psima, koji laju neprestano kad nađu tragove plijena.

Ruby: jedno sretno štene!

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Jednog lijepog sunčanog dana u ožujku, jedno sretno štene došetalo je u Jelsu popiti kavu sa svojim novim vlasnicima.

Ljubav psića

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Sreća se umiješala kada je jednog vrućeg srpanjskog dana na pustoši pokraj Splita psić prepušten sudbini.

Rocky, sretan spašeni pas

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Nemaju svi psi u Dalmaciji bezbrižan život. Rocky je imao više sreće od drugih. Ovdje priča svoju priču.

Bobi, pas koji nije morao uginuti

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Bobi je već nekoliko godina slobodno lutao Jelsom. Njegovu iznenadnu smrt moramo shvatiti kao upozorenje.

Nevolja sa Mačkama

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Hvar je predivni otok i ima mnogo svojih šarma - ali ima isto grdu stranu. Mačke!

Nola, a happy rescue tale

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Nola, a type of Siberian husky, had an unpromising start to her young life.

Dona - happy dog!

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Dona finds a good home, three years on.

Negra needs a home!

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Beautiful, intelligent, good-natured and lively, Negra will bring joy to the right owner.

Maza, pas koji se vratio kući

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Od ćudljivog psa koji je lutao ulicama Starog Grada do Alfa psa i kraljice Dola, Svete Ane. Evening Lategano odorišta za dušu i tijelo Suncokret u Dolu donosi priču Mazinog spasa.

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    The energy security and net zero secretary will attend Cop29, this year’s UN climate summit, in Azerbaijan this November to head the UK’s delegation and meet political leaders from around the world.

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