The moment I received the update, I knew I had to share with you: “Every dog walked, cleaned, fed, and loved…”
Thai Animal Sanctuary is a wonderful sanctuary on the Burmese border of Thailand that exists to give street animals a life worth living.
They are doing a hero’s job on a bootstrap budget. And Network for Animals is helping to fund them, thanks to your donations.
Right now, this summer during the intense Thai heat and humidity – and as annual monsoons approach, they need our support so they can purchase veterinary supplies and keep the sanctuary going.
Please, will you join me and give now to help them?
Every update only strengthens my conviction that through NFA, you and I are doing exactly the right thing for these poor dogs. I think you’ll agree:
“Today we completed one leg amputation, one tail amputation, seven sterilizations, vaccinations, and emergency treatment for a dog hit by a car, a cat who can’t pee, and a cat who ate poison. And every sanctuary dog walked, cleaned, fed, and loved.
We now have a second vet stopping by for a few days. So, we will be lucky enough to run a spay/neuter camp and are aiming to do all the dogs at the local temple!”
It is a cruel, hardscrabble life for these dogs and cats but the Thai Animal Sanctuary is doing so much to help them.
Please send help for our friends at the Thai Animal Sanctuary. Give Thailand’s street animals a life worth living. Donate now.
If not for us, these animals are left to their own defenses in a remote region where they are routinely stolen and smuggled over the border for the dog and cat meat trade.
Including the sick, the old and the injured.
The Thai Animal Sanctuary is in constant need of veterinary supplies and helps every animal however they can, no matter how desperate it seems. Please, give generously.
Thank you for bringing urgent resources to this incredible sanctuary, through Network for Animals.
For the animals,
PS: The Thai Animal Sanctuary stretches your kind donation even further for dogs and cats by staffing the lion’s share of the work with volunteers who come from all over the world to help. Please donate today if you possibly can. Thailand’s street dogs need you.