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Fudge was just a helpless puppy when she was found dragging her butchered back legs behind her on a busy street in Thailand. The only way to save her life was to amputate her terribly wounded, infected hind legs.

This little dog, with boundless hope in her heart and a sparkle in her eye, was probably the victim of a heartless hit-and-run accident in the Prachuap Khiri Khan Province of Thailand.

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Fudge walks with the aid of doggy wheelchair. Tragically, she is unlikely to ever be adopted.

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Sickeningly - for WEEKS - helpless puppy Fudge dragged her broken, infected legs behind her in the dirt before anyone helped her.

In Thailand, where animal neglect is sickeningly common, no one paid attention to Fudge’s plight. She was spotted for weeks dragging her mangled legs behind her on a busy street, before a good Samaritan finally picked her up and took her to our partner, Rescue P.A.W.S.

Sadly, it was too late to save her legs. They were too far gone due to weeks of neglect, and both were amputated.

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Both Fudge's back legs sadly had to be amputated after she was found dragging her terribly infected legs behind her on a busy street in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province, Thailand.

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Today, Fudge is a bright, spirited soul with a sweet face, who desperately hopes for a home of her very own. Our hearts melted when we met this severely disabled yet sprightly girl recently.

But her story is not likely to have the happy ending we all hope for…

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Miss Honey Stubbs is another two-legged rescue taken in by Rescue P.A.W.S., which is one of the only shelters in the region that takes in severely disabled and paralyzed animals.

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In Thailand, almost no one will adopt a disabled or paralyzed dog. These animals will live out their days at our partner sanctuary…

… but the shelter urgently needs new, larger premises if it is to take in more dogs like Fudge. Read on…

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Fudge is just one of the many tragic cases Rescue P.A.W.S. takes in every month, with a special focus on paralyzed and disabled animals.

Heartbreakingly, Fudge is unlikely to get her happily-ever-after

Few people adopt animals in Thailand, and even fewer will take on the costs and intensive care required by an animal like Fudge.

Fudge, who needs ongoing specialized care, is just one of several long-term and lifelong residents who will live out their days at our partner shelter – one of the only animal shelters in the province that routinely takes in severely injured, paralyzed, and disabled animals. Dogs and cats who have nowhere else to go.

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Every month, more disabled, injured and sick animals pour through their doors. 

Alarmingly, they are now AT CAPACITY!

Rescue P.A.W.S MUST move to a larger sanctuary. Animals are depending on it!

Now that the sanctuary is full to capacity, it MUST move - it cannot take in more animals until it does!

Our partner has identified new premises available from 1 June. But it needs to raise the funds for kennel enclosures, and comfortable housing for its permanent-resident cats with lifelong ailments.

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Right now, our partner is completely out of room to accept sick, disabled and severely injured animals.

Jimmy is another four-legged resident who will likely live at the sanctuary forever. This beautiful, friendly ginger cat has feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) - a terminal disease that can be transmitted to other cats through bites or deep scratches. This makes him near unadoptable.

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Jimmy was diagnosed with FIV, a transmittable and terminal disease. He will likely remain a permanent resident of our partner shelter.

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A real cuddle-monster, Jimmy craves love and attention. The very least we can give him is a comfortable, spacious home to live out his days - however long that may be - rather than a cramped cage.

A larger permanent sanctuary residence is critical to our partner’s continued work for the paralyzed and disabled dogs and cats of Thailand. No one else cares about them – will you show you care?

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If we can raise $10,000 (around £7,870), we can help our partner shelter build enclosures for their FIV-positive and feline leukemia-positive cats, and contribute to the cost of kenneling for their permanent doggie residents. The animals still on the street, neglected and hurt, need it so badly.

Will you donate now to give Fudge, Jimmy and their friends a new forever home? They will be forever grateful for your support.

For the animals,

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Gloria Davies (and Max and Flora!)
CEO and Founder
Network for Animals

P.S. The disabled, sick, unwanted animals of Thailand’s Prachuap Khiri Khan region urgently need your help today. So many are waiting to be rescued, but with our partner’s sanctuary full to capacity, it can only help more animals once larger premises are set up. The animals need dog kennels and cat enclosures - only possibly through YOUR donations right now. Can the animals of Thailand count on your support today? Please donate now.

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