The Barking Wood Dog Rescue association helps dogs in distress in Romania, where it has 2 centres, and tries to find them homes in the United Kingdom. It was founded by Hilary Anderson, a Scotswoman whose dog Pixie was rescued in Bucharest.
Maja had been spotted by Claudia, a volunteer, and her son Cosmin. However, they could not approach her, because she was too afraid of humans. She had reason to fear them, she who was systematically hunted and who had even received stone throwing from children.
The hope of finding him a family remains intact
One day, Claudia and Cosmin were taking out the trash when the hungry dog came up to them. They gave her food and were finally able to take care of her, after months of waiting.
The Barking Wood Dog Rescue team is not giving up hope of getting her adopted in Britain, but so far no family has been interested in her.