It's like a game. Little by little, the mist vanishes and the landscapes seem to rise from a lethargic dream. A dream full of beauty that I hope you enjoy with the images on this website.
I was abandoned with my mother and my eight brothers and sisters on the outskirts of Lleida. We were barely six weeks old. Volunteers from the Amics del Segrià shelter picked us up and called mum "Snow White", and as a result we were her eight (yes, eight!) Dwarfs. I got named “Rondinaire" ("Grumpy"), but I’m nothing like that! At the shelter I stayed with my brothers and sisters and soon we were all adopted, including my mother, who now lives in Switzerland.
I was adopted by Enric and Helena, from Barcelona, when I was only three months old. They renamed me Boira ('mist' in the Catalan language) since I was a whitish little thing born in Lleida, famously known for its morning mist. Since then I live happily in the most wonderful city of the Mediterranean, next to a beautiful park frequented by a community of more than 500 dog-neighbors. Search for us at @gossosdelputxet.