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If you had seen the tiny blue-eyed pup struggling alone near a local temple in Thailand, you wouldn’t have hesitated.

You would have swept Lottie’s poor little body into the safety of your loving arms!

But, it sickens us to tell you

…that’s NOT what happened, and we urgently need your support of whatever you can compassionately donate now to make it right!

Because instead of saving the innocent little puppy who you could literally hold in ONE HAND, they violently and intentionally slashed through her muscles... her tendons... her nerves... and then through the BONE of her heartbreakingly fragile leg.

They didn’t care! They slashed her then left this eight-week-old puppy to DIE, as her eyes glazed over and her agonizing cries grew more and more feeble.


Help us to take action by donating today!

Donate today

Please, whatever you can rush to help Lottie now, PLEASE DONATE! She didn’t deserve such a sickening fate. ONLY with your help can we give her a chance at life!

Her black and white body was broken and bleeding when two monks from Bangkok spotted Lottie at the temple. She was still trying to move, STILL fighting for life!

These unsung heroes immediately rushed her to our partners at the Thai Animal Sanctuary, and with the help of generous and hardworking past support like yours, they got right to work.

Sadly, Lottie’s leg was too far gone.

In the end, an online team of veterinary consultants, who have worked tirelessly with us all through the COVID-19 lockdowns, knew: it was her leg or her life, and they chose life.


Help us to take action by donating today!

Donate today

PLEASE rush $35, $45, $55 (£25, £32, £39) or more now to help fund this devastated pup’s care, and choose life for Lottie too - by being the compassionate, caring, generous animal lover you are.

We need you. Lottie needs you!

You’ll make sure funds are there if another transfusion is needed to rid her of insatiable blood parasites. You’ll provide essential antibiotics and vital fluids, plus supplements to help overcome malnutrition.

And when Lottie takes her first steps on three legs, it will be YOUR LOVE supporting her, and the physiotherapy your kind donation today made possible.

Please donate as generously as you can. For the little three-legged puppy who is hoping you’ll take a chance on her life right now, there is no time to lose.

Thank you for being a friend to NFA – and to animals! – that you are.

For the animals,


Brian and Gloria Davies (and Max and Flora!)
Network for Animals

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