Adoption Day Calendar 2016

Mona’s condition has been improved

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We have moved Mona from the previous clinic as her condition did not look good. She looked very weak and distressed. We took her to check again at another clinic for her blood, liver and distemper. Now she needs to take medicine for anemia and blood infection. The doctor said she has a serious dehydrate due to not enough water intake. As the infection has reached her eyes, she is almost blind and can not control her direction when she walked. Now Mona stays in our shelter and still need to feed the food but she can drink water by herself. At least now she can walk around in the garden even she can not see. We hope her condition will be improved and she can survive.

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Chalie has been released back home

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We were contacted by Khun Francesca asking us to help her about her dog. She was very distressed due to lack of sleep and worry. She told us that her dog Anton (Chalie) now has been with a new owner in Chiangrai and she wanted to help getting Chalie back. The story is she had put Chalie for training at one of the dog training in Chingmai. At the same time she has developed a symptom of allergy and she thought she was allergy with dog’s hair. A couple came to the training and asked the trainer to adopt Chalie to live with them in Chiangrai. They said they have a big land and Chalie can run free in their house. By that point, Francesca had made a decision to give Chalie to this couple because she thought Chalie can have a good home. But after one month, she was missed him and went to Chiangrai to visit him. What she found is unacceptable as Chalie was on chain and they did not allow him to be free even when she asked to walk Chalie. So we decided to accompany her to get Chalie’s back. When we went there Chalie was in the small cage and jumped and cried with excitement to see Francesca. We explained to them that Francesca does not accept Chalie to be chained or in the cage and she wanted Chalie’s back. The new owner did not agree and said she has already given to them and they looked after him well. They said if she wanted him she has to sue him at the court. We have consulted with Francesca about the well being of Chalie and we did not want to go back without him and also to come back again is not easy to travel. We asked them what the agreement and they asked for the money that they looked after Chalie for 3 month for 30 000 baht. For the peace of mind, Francesca agreed to pay so we can take Chalie from these people. As soon as he was released he ran up and down and non-stop like he has never run for a long time. At the end both of them were reunion with happiness. We just want to warn people who want to give their dogs and cats for adoption, please check the new home how they will be treated and not capture in the cage or chained

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Fantastic Happy Birthday Celebration!

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Fantastic Happy Birthday Celebration!
Thank you so much for your wonderful care and kindness!
To celebrate her birthday, Nattawadee, along with Sirasophon, decided to treat the dogs at our shelter in Sanpatong. They arrived with gifts of dog food, cat food and medical supplies. Then stayed a while to pet the dogs and talk with volunteers about the work we do here. Happy Birthday Nattawadee
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A group of American students came to visit our dog shelter.

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A group of American students came to visit our dog shelter last Wednesday. It’s part of their study tour, they plan to have health check and take care of the dogs. The head of the group is a VET and she shows the girls and talked to them about the health problem of dogs. They will come to work with us to 6 weeks, one day a week for the dogs and one day with the cats. Next time, they will have proper examination of health for all the dogs, bath and taking them for a walk. We are glad to welcome them and hope with these experiences with the dogs and cats will help them to learn how to take care of their pets and also helping animals in needs.

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Temple cat’s project

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Khun Emily from Burm & Emily’s Elephant Sanctuary has contacted us to help with the temple cats. She came across the abbot from Wat Chai Sri Phum in Chiangmai who asked for help with sterilization of the temple cats. At present there are 38 cats that living in the temple and the population is spreading very fast. Khun Fon went to the temple today to help Khun Emily and help with health check. Most of the cats have mange which can contaminate to other cats. We gave them Ivermec injection and deworm and they need to be continued every weeks for 4 weeks. For sterilization, Care for Dogs agreed to help sterilizing female cats. At the beginning, there are 7 female cats have been sterilized. This is the community project to control cat’s population especially at the temples. There are so many abandoned cats and it has been a burdened for the monks to look after them, without the helping hands the temples can not do on their own. We would like to thank Khun Emily for helping with this project.

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Som O is an old rescued dog, he is almost 13 years old

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Som O is an old rescued dog, he is almost 13 years old and has been diagnosed with heart and last stage of kidney failure. The Vet told us that we have just given her a time to live. Now she has to take medicine for treat her kidney which can be collapsed anytime. Som O is still have appetite but she is loosing weight. Her tummy is quite swollen and heavy. We do not know how long she can live but we will give the best care for her til her last day. ( 448 Views)