PAWS with a CAUSE

Last month we launched our Paw-fect Foster Program.
A long term sponsorship program that seeks to place vulnerable street dogs with low income Thai and Myanmarese families.
The families agree to take in a street dog, we supply the food for the dog, medical care and other essential items, AND the family gets a small monthly financial donation as a thank you – helping them to buy food for themselves. WIN-WIN.

We got our second sponsor and foster family last week. Ming Moore has come on board as our second and super proud sponsor. Sandra knew of a lovely man living in a small huts on the back roads of Talign Nam, he already cares for a few local street dogs and he agreed to take another one of our more vulnerable dogs.

Initially we had planned to place a recently sterilized mother with him, she has been staying with our friends at DCRS  however when Sandra went to pick her up – she was so scared of leaving that we decided to negotiate with DCRS that she could stay and we would take one of their other vulnerable dogs.  This plan was accepted by everyone and we took the dog to her new home. She was a bit apprehensive of the other dogs but her new dad is confident that she will be accepted into the pack.  We are so happy to placed this young girl in a safe home, with a great father who will care for her and keep her safe.

 

 

 

 

An update on our first foster pups: Their foster mummy Maria Linsley got to meet her two babies – Sugar and Spice were two very vulnerable puppies living n the streets. They are now safe in their new home. They love their big brother and life in the jungle.

 

 

 

 

 

If you would like to join Maria and Ming by becoming a sponsor you will get:

Certificate of thanks featuring your dog

Naming rights for your dog

Monthly update on your dog

Monthly thank you on the Rob’s Dogs Facebook page

Invitation to see your dog if you are visiting Koh Samui

Tax Deductible for Australians

COST PER MONTH: $75AUD (1500THB)


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