Saving lives and running an Animal Rescue Center takes more than love, cuddles and kisses.
It also takes a lot of money.
There are more than 400 stray dogs and at least as many homeless cats that we care for on a regular base on Koh Lipe (island in the south of Thailand). We provide frequent spay&neuter clinics, sufficient food, medical care and diseases prevention. In addition we are running an Animal Rescue Center on Koh Lipe where we care 24/7 for those strays who are seriously ill / injured or because of other reasons in need for longterm care and who otherwise would be unable to survive on the Streets.
Each rescued animal has costs associated on a monthly basis and these animals need YOU!
Every month we are facing bills of EUR 4500.- in average for food, medical care and shelter that we provide for the strays in need.
This does not include any costs for animals who need to be sent to the mainland for specialized medical care.
This month we received so far EUR 240.- in donations. We are really struggling especially since we need to stock up on food and medicine asap.
Right now we don't know how to go on.
But we don't want to loose hope and we can't let these animals down.
What we need are people like you, who want to make a difference and who are ready to take action by donating for our strays in need.
Every single Euro counts and your donation helps to save lives!
A monthly sponsorship of a dog or cat that is living for longterm care at our Rescue Center is also a great way to help and it will be used to provide food, shelter, medication, cleaning, veterinary assistance and fencing.
You can choose the monthly contribution that you would like to make to care of the well-being of the dogs and cats in our Animal Rescue Center.
When you sponsor a dog or cat of our Animal Rescue Center you will receive regular updates throughout the year on the animal you are sponsoring.
As an acknowledgement, we will also place a note “Sponsored by …" with your name on the dogs profile at our webpage.
In the event that your sponsored dog is adopted, your remaining sponsorship would go to another dog who is equally deserving and in need.