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Here a plea for re-homing a couple of kittens saved by cat lover Gill in Chiang Mai, may be that’s something for you:
These gorgeous kittens are ready to go to new homes from the 1st May.
My Thai neighbours alerted me to this street cat who’d given birth to seven kittens! Worried our Soi would be over-run with cats they asked if I could take them in and re-home them. Mommy has now been sterilised.
Cat Fact: Did you know that a cats can get pregnant from as young as five months old? And can have 3 or 4 litters every year? Sterilisation is a routine operation costing only 800 baht (approximately). Males cost even less. A sterilised (and vaccinated) cat has less chance of catching diseases and getting into fights that can result in fatal injuries.
More health info: http://www.catsterilization.org/cat-health
To visit the kittens call: Gilly 0871 89 1623 Email: email@example.com
Here some close ups of the little ones:
Gracen has been at Care for Dogs since he arrived in June, 2011.Poor Gracen was discovered by one of our volunteers. He was living in a wooded area, alone and suffering from malnutrition and a severe case of mange, covered in weeping sores. If he had not been rescued, he would have surely died, alone. Now, Gracen is happy and no longer needs to be alone and search for food. He has a place to call home with all the care he so deserves. Please consider joining Care for Dogs “Sponsor This Dog” Program and sponsor a dog like Gracen by subscribing to her support via her entry at our online shop : here…
And if you look at our information page here…, you will learn more about back ground of our “Sponsor this Dog Program” and why those dogs are so special and why we don’t present them just as ordinary adoption candidates.
Sandwich has been missing from her home at 290 Moo 4, T. Nam Prae, Hang Dong, since 22th April. If you see Sandwich, please call (0)847 52 52 55 (English) or (0)869 13 87 01 (Thai). There is a 2,000 baht reward for the safe return of Sandwich.
Always glad when we’re contacted by individuals becoming active helping dogs in need the best they can, just like Liz who she rescued a lost dog but now needs (your?) assistance:
Last Tuesday I found a dog that was obviously lost. I have heard that some people were looking for her but I can’t find out where they live. I have put up posters in the area, the local radio has done an announcement about here. The poo-yai-baan has also made announcements. I have 4 dogs and 8 cats and have just moved into a new house. It is becoming really difficult to keep this dog here. It would be a great help if I could find someone in the Mae Rim/Chiang Mai area who would be willing to foster her.
พบ สุนัขหลงทาง ตามรูปภาพ ผู้ใดเป็นเจ้าของตีดต่อ 081 932 1955, 083 760 0550
Female dog, about a year old found in Moobaan Nong PlaMan area of Mae Rim opposite Somwang Mountain View. First seen morning Tuesday 16th April. Very friendly and gentle, obviously from a loving home. All attempts to find her owners have failed so far but not giving up hope. If you recognize this dog, please contact Liz on 081 932 1955 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, if you know of anyone who could foster her temporarily that would be a great help.
If you are looking for a true gentleman, then look no further than Billy. Billy is a Care for Dogs ex-TVT dog. Richard has kindly been fostering Billy for the past three years and now has to return to the U.S. As Richard could not find a new home for Billy, he will bring him back to the shelter. Because of Billy’s past bout with TVT, he only has one eye, and one nostril is blocked…but this does not diminish his quality of life one bit. Billy is the Sean Connery of dogs ~ refined and dignified. Please read more about Billy directly from Richard:
If you would like to meet Billy please contact:
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