The need for a private shelter has existed since the problem of stray dogs and a subpar public shelter existed. It was exacerbated when Alina was asked to vacate the yard where she rented space for the kennels. She managed to get an extension from the landlord, but it is only a band aid solution.
Given the stressful nature of rescue work in Romania, a shelter built on owned land will provide peace of mind and it will open the doors for the ability to run spay/neuter campaigns which will reduce the number of animals in the public shelter significantly.
With privately owned land, there is no risk of eviction notice or complaints from prejudiced neighbors.