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JOCK (male)

 

I came here as a very young puppy as I was wandering around the streets of Nathon and getting in everyone's way. I like it here at the shelter but my favorite thing is sitting on someone's lap. I could sit for hours there being stroked and petted. So, if you come to visit, make sure you speak to me and let me sit on your lap.

 

Great news: I have found a new home on Koh Samui.

While I was living at the shelter, Anke from Boppard in Germany was looking after me. Thank you very much!

 

SAMSARA (female)

 

Nobody knows where exactly I come from and why I had to go to the shelter. I used to have a nice comfy home on the beach and really enjoyed having my paws in the sand. My guess is that one of the hotel managers had enough from all the cats and just got me removed instead of properly dealing with the problem. It doesnt really matter anymore, I have a good life here and can even sleep in a proper big bed....what more do I want?

Annette from Eggleston in England is now looking after me. Thank you very much!

 

SHAGGY (female)

 

I had an owner but she moved to Bangkok and just abandoned me to wander around the streets. The neighbors didn't like me as I chased their cats so I was sent to the dog shelter. It's OK here as I get to play with the other dogs in my compound and the volunteers are always coming in to speak to us.

 

Hurrah my owner came back and took me home. I do not need a sponsor anymore.

For the time I was at the DRCS, Maria from Augsburg in Germany took care of me. Thank you very much!

BRUISER (female)

 

I had an owner but he got fed up with me chasing and eating the local chickens - my last game of playing with the chickens cost my owner 1000 Baht. These weren't any old chickens, they were special, fighting chickens. So, I now live at the shelter where I can't escape to chase the chickens. Pity. Chickens taste better than dog food.

 

Hurrah my owner came back and took me home. I now live in a home with a big wall around it so I can't escape. I do not need a sponsor anymore.

While I was at the shelter, Sonja took care of me. Thank you very much!

NILAY (female)

 

Me and my 6 brothers and sister came to the DRCS when we were only a few days old. The owner of my Mama were not really nice people and kept her locked up in a very small and dirty cage when they figured that she was prgnant with us. It didnt take long and my mother got really sick and it was clear that without intense care, she would not make it. Thankfully her owners finally decided to bring her to the shelter, where people took care of her and made sure that we can have a peaceful birth. Everything went well, my mother got spayed and can now enjoy a free life again. Me and my sister and brothers stay here at the DRCS and hope to find a new home one day....

I was very lucky and found a new home on Koh Samui.

During my time at the shelter, Judy from South Africa was looking after me. Thank you very much!

 

 

SÜA (male)

 

I lived happily in Fisherman's Village at the Seven/Eleven, on the left side, right before you go through the gate. Dany from Dive Point had been visiting me regularly through the past years. She took care of me and ensured that the neighbor would feed me dry food daily. When Dany saw that I was getting thinner and thinner she brought me to the DRCS in Chaweng. At the beginning I recovered quickly and gained weight. But then they found out that my liver was not OK and that I therefore will be a little skinnier for the rest of my life. Daily I get medicals and nobody is talking about bringing me back to the Seven/Eleven anymore. There, rumors about me are spreading. People even thought that I was dead. They wouldn't believe their eyes if they saw me in Chaweng. I love to stroll around the market during the day. In the evening I come back to the house to have a little snack if the food on the market did not meet my expectations. It is great to have a home and the great freedom at the same time.

 

After some time at the shelter and outside the house in Chaweng, I got bored and decided to take my life in my own paws again and ran away.

While I was living at the shelter, Millika and Tom from the Netherlands were looking after me. Thank you very much.

STANSI (female)

 

I was very lucky and found a new home on Koh Samui.

 

During my time at the shelter, Beate from Berlin in Germany was looking after me. Thank you very much!

ONE EYE (male)

 

I was brought to the shelter by a tourist who had found me on the beach. I had a really bad eye infection, so much so that Dr Joe had to operate and take my eye out (the right one). I can manage OK and am quite happy living here at the shelter. I get lots of kisses and cuddles from the volunteers and visitors because they all feel sorry for me. Suits me - I like cuddles.

 

Great news: I found a new home on Koh Samui.

While I was living at the DRCS, Manuela and Anita in Switzerland were looking after me. Thank you very much!

DEVINE (female)

 

Gisela from Germany is now looking after me. Thank you very much!

 

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FELLINE (weiblich)

 

Bianca from Germany are now looking after me. Thank you very much!

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HOLZI (male)

 

I am actually a real temple dog! My little sister and I were born close to the temple in Lamai and the monks kept an eye on us. We did not know where our mum disappeared. As the head of the family, I was taking good care of my little sister until we both started to loose weight and got weaker without knowing why. When the DRCS-Temple-Team showed up, we could tell from their faces that something was seriously wrong with us. First aid at the temple was not possible as we were told that we would need a lot of daily medicine for quite some time. And that’s how it was. We got a really nice room in the puppy house and were well looked after. With every passing day we felt a little better and to be honest, if you don’t feel well it’s easier to stay at the puppy house than at the temple. Not long ago the vet gave the O.K. for us to return to the temple. During the months we spent at the shelter, a lot has changed at the temple and many new dogs we've never seen before are now living there. We were scared and didn’t feel comfortable at all. We tried to make it clear to the volunteers that we want to go back to the puppy house. Here at the shelter it’s so much easier for me to look after my little sister. I am very thankful that we were allowed to come back to the puppy house.

 

Great news: I found a new home on Koh Samui!

While I was staying at the DRCS, Anja and Heli from Helsinki in Finland were looking after me. Thank you very much!

DASHER (male)

 

Alexandra from Pfatter in Germany is now looking after me. Thank you very much!

 

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PLUTO (female)

 

Sandra from Hagen in Germany is now looking after me. Thank you very much!
MUSLE (female)

 

Annemarie from Langenzenn in Germany is now looking after me. Thank you very much!

 

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TOGA (female)

 

Bettina from Wolfenbüttel in Germany is now looking after me. Thank you very much!

 

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