Pro Steril Indonesia
Pro Steril Indonesia is a small grass roots group operating without overheads and relying on donations of time, money and supplies. They regularly undertake village sterilization days in Bali for low income families and street dogs. Bali has around 2 million stray dogs. The Government in Bali regularly undertakes “elimination” programs to reduce the population, Pro Steril Indonesia believes in sterilization as opposed to elimination to reduce the population of unwanted dogs. They also run public education programs on not throwing animals away.
Pariah Dog Koh Samui
Upon moving to Koh Samui, Stefan Koenig were immediately struck by the large number of stray and neglected dogs on the island, and their numbers grew daily due to the lack of sterilization on the island.
Many of these animals had been abandoned by owners and because they were unsterilized, the number of stray dogs was growing exponentially every year.
Stefan decided to start a small charity called Pariah Dog Koh Samui in 2016, with the purpose of relieving the suffering, starvation, abuse and neglect of Koh Samui street dogs by providing short term & long term medical care, sterilization, and vaccination to mistreated and homeless animals.
With no corporate funding, Pariah Dog relies on donations, support and the generosity of the global community to continue their life-saving work.
Happy Tails Sanctuary Koh Samui
Francoise arrived in Thailand in 2006 with only her luggage and her 4 Belgian cats.She had no idea at that time that her life would totally change!
She has always shared her home with Dogs & Cats, she’s been an animal lover since she was a young child when she would bring home stray cats she would find on the streets.
Upon coming to Thailand she was devastated to discover the state of so many forgotten animals living alone on the streets. She could not ignore the plight of these lost souls. She started to help street dogs & cats with food, water, treatments for fleas & ticks, dewormng, medication for wounds and infections and of course sterilization.
Unfortunately what these animals most needed was safe and loving place they could call home, so she took one home, then another, and another, next thing she knew she was running a sanctuary!
She now has 45 dogs and 20 cats in her full time care, most live in the main house with her, some reside in the volunteer house and others are still living on the streets but cared for by Francoise.
Francoise receives no government or corporate funding, she fully funds her work alone and relies on donations from animal lovers across the globe.
Community dog welfare kopan
Community Dog Welfare was set up and is managed by Kate Clendon in Kopan, Kathmandu, Nepal, and is focused on:
Assisting local community with treatment & care, rescue & rehabilitation, in shelter recovery, de-worming, anti-rabies & other vaccinations, spaying & neutering, adoption and long term care.
Their vision is to give every dog a chance for a healthy peaceful life.
Hope VMS – Elaine’s Dogs
HOPE VMS Dogs is registered in the federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina as an association for the protection of Animals.
HOPE VMS rescue, rehabilitate and re-home the abused, abandoned and neglected dogs of Bosnia though care, love and community support.
They presently care for over 150 dogs at various locations, including their main shelter.
With no official funding they rely solely on donations from individuals in the global community to continue their life saving work.