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Moaland Shelter – Harsova Romania Sava’s Safe Haven – Galati Romania HeadRock Dogs – Bang Saphan Thailand Syros Stray Animal Shelter – Greece Bodhi Dog Rescue and Shelter – Phuket
Vietnam Animal Aid & Rescue  Turunc Cats Rescue – Turkey 

 

MAOLAND SHELTER - Harsova Romania home to 300+ street dogs
Marinela Piperea and her almost 360 dogs and 15 cats live in the middle of nowhere, with sometimes no running water or electricity. Her animals do not have enough to some days but don’t complain because they have been rescued from a terrible situation.

She aims not only to make the dogs safe, and away from the horrors of the streets but out of the hands of the dog catchers. In Harsova there is no public dog shelter so should have no dog catchers but the dogs are not safe on the streets. Many are rounded up & killed.

Shelters like Maoland are in remote areas so less likely to be raided by the authorites who have been known to remove all the dogs & kill them. Life for dogs in Romania is fraught with danger, without people like Marinela there is little hope for them.

She does miracles with little money & shortage of help…  VISIT THE MAOLAND PAGE…

SAVA'S SAFE HAVEN helping end the suffering of animals from streets of Romania...
Sava’s Safe Haven  is a non-govermental, non-profit Animal Welfare association in Romania, founded by Oana Sava in order to help end the suffering of dozens of animals from streets in Romania. Their mission is to save – treat ( also spaying , microchipping , vaccinating etc ) and rehoming street dogs.Currently Savas Safe Haven looks after & houses 200 dogs and provides them a safe sheltered and caring environment. Savas Haven not only cares for these dogs like family, but also arranges  adoptions globally. In 2013 Sava’s relocated over 100 dogs to Germany, UK, Sweden & Austria…  VISIT SAVA’S PAGE…
HEADROCK DOGS RESCUE is located in Bang Saphan Thailand
Headrock Dogs Rescue is a small dog shelter based in Bang Saphan, Thailand – 190 kms south of Hua Hin. Much of  their work is carried out in their small center, in temple grounds & on the streets. They can  house up to 60 dogs at a time and have the ability to  treat and care for up to 100 dogs. Headrock help street dogs/mistreated or abandoned animals by neutering, vaccinating, treating skin disorders and providing medical or surgical help to animals in need. They also try to educate those living around the area that neutering and vaccinating will help their dogs and that by neutering their owned dogs, there will be no pups to abandon. Help is also given to locals by neutering their dogs if  they can’t afford it.
The  majority of  their donated  funds are spent directly on neutering healthy dogs and on  medical expenses for  sick dogs and puppies.  They endeavor to give effective medication for all types of ailments and accidents and to ensure an essential vaccination programme is undertaken. . It’s amazing what a little tender love and care can do. Headrock Dogs Rescue receive no government assistance, they rely solely on donations to continue their work. Please consider helping Headrock by sponsoring their shelter today!.   VISIT THE HEADROCK PAGE… 
SYROS STRAY ANIMAL SHELTER - the only dog refuge on the island of Syros Greece...
The island of Syros is the capitol of the Cyclades islands off the east coast of Greece, a truly beautiful island surrounded by azure blue sea. A paradise for tourist but not always for its dogs. Hunting with dogs is a common pastime in Greece but if the dog proves unsuitable to the task they are often abandoned.

These beautiful dogs have only one place of refuge, the Syros shelter recently rebuilt by K9Aid is close to the airport. The dogs are cared for by volunteers & what little money can be raised by local supporters. Such proud animals deserve better than this, some are re-homed in Europe but many are still looking for that forever home. They need YOUR help to have any hope of a better life… VISIT THE SYROS STRAY ANIMAL PAGE…

BODHI DOG RESCUE AND SHELTER - rescuing and treating the street dogs of Phuket...
Bodhi Dog Rescue and Shelter rescue street dogs that are injured, sick, starving, in danger of being poisoned, or in otherwise bad condition. They work on healing them both physically and emotionally and then adopt them out to loving families. The Bodhi Shelter and Clinic is located at Wat Pakhlok in Phuket, Thailand.

Funded entirely by donations, the dogs of Bodhi need YOUR help to improve their lives… VISIT THE BODHI RESCUE AND SHELTER PAGE…

VIETNAM ANIMAL AID & RESCUE - caring for the street dogs of Hoi An, Vietnam...
Vietnam is a country with no laws against animal cruelty, a country notorious for its dog and cat meat industry… Emma & Cathy  set up thisorganization to help animals in need and provide them with the veterinary care and love they needed to thrive.

Funded entirely by donations, the stray dogs of Vietnam desperately need your help to survive…VISIT THE VIETNAM ANIMAL AID & RESCUE ORGANISATION PAGE…

TURUNC CATS PROTECTION & RESCUE HOUSING ASSOCIATION - caring for & neutering the street cats of Turunc, Turkey...
Turunc Catas Rescue is made up of a group of dedicated volunteers who protect, rescue and look after the welfare the cats in our village in Turunç also Amos and Kumbulük in Turkey. One of their main aims is population control by way of trap/neuter.

Funded entirely by donations, the stray cats of Turkey are in desperate need of help in many ways including donations…VISIT THE TURUNC CATS PROTECTION PAGE…

Please support one of our small Groups…

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Hand to Paw – Mae  Rim Thailand Falko Duwe – Pattaya Thailand All Animals are Suay – Chiang Mai, Thailand Lena’s Island Sanctuary Thai Street Paws Rescue
HAND TO PAW TEMPLE OUTREACH - caring for dogs in our community in Chiang Mai Thailand......
American-born, world-raised, my husband, I and our seven rescued Thai street and temple dogs have called our home “Thailand” for the past 8 years. My previous years of experience volunteering with two dog rescue organizations in Thailand is what helped prepare me to work with abandoned, sick and abused dogs living in a temple environment. I independently began working with temple dogs six years ago when I rode my bicycle past Daisy, a temple dog, emaciated, anemic, bleeding from her nose and vagina from a TvT tumor in front of the Wat Nongplaman temple. All alone she lay listless in the middle of a bustling crowd. She was not hated, not loved, not seen – simply treated with indifference…  VISIT HAND TO PAW’S PAGE…
FALKO RESCUES THE STREET DOGS OF PATTAYA...
I am Falko Duwe I have a full time job and go out on the streets and temples every evening and on week-ends to look after homeless dogs. I focused on sterilisations and at the same time help to look after dogs in need. As there is no official spay and rescue organisation in Pattaya Thailand the situation is very dire and the need seems endless.I have very little money but what I have is spent looking after the dogs under my care. One of my priorities is to rescue dogs that are in danger of being rounded up & sent to Pattaya’s concentration camp in Plutaluang. A couple of dogs that I have been looking after were recently caught by City Hall’s dog catchers but I was able to rescue them from there.

After several odysseys with the dogs I finally found a place to put them. It is a Buddhist temple area very close to the beach, a forty minutes drive from where I live. I have now about twenty dogs there I feel responsible for. They came from several different places in Pattaya and have had to learn to live together. They are all spayed or neutered. Some of them I have know for more than three years and some I raised from day one.

The temple area is a pretty space and the Abbot allowed me to place the dogs in an area close to the beach. It is an open place and the dogs can run freely around having access to the beach. It goes without saying that there are many other dogs in the temple but the area is so large that close encounters with those dogs are rare. The dogs I’m looking after are not being fed by the temple and so I have to make sure that they are getting their daily food. Three days a week I drive down there and feed them with dry food and the other days I pay an old woman at the local market feed them rice.

Unfortunately, Thai people regularly abandon puppies on the beach or next to the temple wall which I have to take care as well. Some survive, some disappear after a while, and some I lose to distemper. The ones that survived on the beach I spayed as well.

This temple project is only one of my activities. Altogether I am looking after more than sixty dogs in and around Pattaya. My main expense is covering the costs for spaying since I’m trying to stop the breeding as best as I can. There are still many dogs in my neighborhood which I need to neutered but my financial resources are limited. I hope YOU can help me to improve the lives of Pattaya’s street dogs…  VISIT FALKO’S PAGE…

ALL ANIMALS ARE SUAY - in Chiang Mai, Thailand...
This mother/daughter team cares for the animals of Chiang Mai, Thailand, All Animals are Suay was created to help provide a solution to improving community animal welfare through managing stray populations, addressing veterinary needs and building relationships with locals to provide education and support.

All Animals Are Suay raise funds and promote initiatives to support the animals and communities who need their help most. Please join us by supporting this family team work that is bound to make a measurable difference in the lives of animals in need in Chiang Mai. They need YOUR help to continue this most important work… VISIT ALL ANIMALS ARE SUAY PAGE…

LENA'S ISLAND SANCTUARY - in Syros, Greece...
Lena could not bare to watch as perfectly healthy, loving animals were put to sleep & their lives ended. So her sanctuary began when she rescued these animals from death & brought them to her property.

Lena now has over 50 animals in her care & lives very simply in a caravan on site. Your donations are truly welcome to help Lenacare for the dogs who’s lives she saved and depend on her totally for survival…VISIT LENA’S ISLAND SANCTUARY PAGE…

THAI STREET PAWS RESCUE - in Songkhla, Thailand...
Thai Street Paws Rescue was founded by Australian Tamara Johnston in 2012, after seeing a desperate need to help the street dogs of Songkhla, Thailand. Tamara’s passion and mission is to vaccinate, sterilize, medicate, feed, adopt and love as many street dogs as possible. She has 12 dogs in her  home and 61 dogs between 2 foster homes. Once the dogs are healed and healthy, she strives to find forever families for them. Tamara also cares for around 50 dogs on the streets, providing food and medical treatments.

Thai Street Paws Rescue survives solely on donations. As the number of dogs needing Tamara’s help grows, we are desperate to support her & help her care for these dogs who would ultimately die without her passion & devotion to their lives…VISIT THAI STEET PAWS RESCUE PAGE…

Donate via bank transfer…

ANZ Banking Corporation...If you would prefer to send your donation to our bank account please use the following information.
Could we ask you email us to let us know what you would like the donation to do so we can thank you for your support.Details are: ANZ Bank West Burleigh Queensland 4220 Australia.Account name – K9Aid Inc – BSB 014 739 – Account No 2153 42497 –  Swift Code ANZBAY3M

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