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LEXY (female)

 

Me and my brother Pauli were abandoned from our owner. I think he had a lot of problems himself and could not take care of us anymore. Unfortunately the people around the area where we used to live don't like any stray dogs and that's why we landed up at the DRCS. It was really hard at first... Now things are a lot better and we have settled in fine. The other dogs are really nice and quite funny to watch sometimes.

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

ANITA (female)

 

Unfortunately I don't remember much about my young life before being abandoned at the DRCS. All I know is that I came together with my sister Michelle and luckily the staff here took me in and cared for me. I was approximately six weeks old and had not been vaccinated so I was quite weak and poorly. I have now been vaccinated and I am on the road to recovery. I spend most of my time playing with the other "teenagers" or sleeping!

Marjory from Edinburgh in Scotland is now looking after me. Thank you very much!

FRANCIS (female)

 

I arrived at the DRCS together with at least seven other little kittens. I'm not even sure where they all came from and why we all landed up in the same cage outside the shelter. Some of them are family, this I know. But some of them look so alike that I got confused. We were told that some nice Thai man saved us from death by bringing us in. Once at the DRCS we were dewormed and received the necessary treatment. Thankfully that annoying worm-belly has disappeared! A couple of us have already found a new home and I keep praying that I will be the next!

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

During my time at the shelter, Bianca from Australia was looking after me. Thank you very much!

 

MELODY (female)

 

My name is Melody and I am totally blind! Let’s not talk about the past, let’s think about the future! Things have turned out pretty cool for me actually and I’m doing just fine here at the shelter. I know my way all around the kitchen area and love to fool around with the volunteers. I heard that the DRCS-people even try to find a home for me in Germany, how amazing would that be!! Life is good and my world is definitely not as dark as One would think….
 

Tiago from Switzerland is now looking after me. Thank you very much!

Melody found a home in Germany.

During the time at the shelter,Tiago was looking after me. Thank you very much!

LEXY (female)

 

Me and my brother Pauli were abandoned from our owner. I think he had a lot of problems himself and could not take care of us anymore. Unfortunately the people around the area where we used to live don't like any stray dogs and that's why we landed up at the DRCS. It was really hard at first... Now things are a lot better and we have settled in fine. The other dogs are really nice and quite funny to watch sometimes.

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

JON (male)

 

I was picked up wandering between Chaweng and Lamai. I had got fed up with the bitches in Chaweng and wanted some new talent. Unfortunately, Brigitte spotted me when she was en route to the big shelter. She captured me and took me there. However, apart from the injections (which Dr Joe has promised will make my hair grow back), it's OK here as there's plenty food, water and other dogs to romp around with.

 

After I had recovered completely I decided to take my life in my own paws again and ran away.

While I was living at the shelter, Eva from Finland was looking after me. Thank you very much.

CARLA (female)

 

I was found by tourists on the very busy beach road of Chaweng. A small carton that was standing on the side of the road had become my las shelter. I was about 6 weeks old and was able to eat on my own. But there was no one who wanted to take care of me. Moreover, there were some dogs in this area. For small cats, encounters with street dogs are usually fatal. Most dogs are cat killers! The Thai people in the stores around hadn't seen me before and didn't want me. The two nice tourists took me to their hotel and made me a delicious dinner. The next morning they didn't know what to do with me. Lock me in the room? Let me run in the hotel garden? Take me to the beach? They found out that the DRCS doesn't only take care of dogs but also of cats. There I have been living for more than a year now. I learned fast how to get to Brigitte's heart and that's why I came back to the house after sterilization. I am one of her favorite cats. I think I am third at the moment - after JANA and FERRIS! Sometimes all three of us purr at her!

 

After some time at Brigitte und Werner's house I decided to live my life on my own 4 paws again.

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

TISA (female)

 

Iris from Karlsruhe in Germany is now looking after me. Thank you very much!
TASCHA (female)

 

I am one of the lucky DRCS-cats and managed to get a place here inside the house of Brigitte and Werner. Well, I believe I earned it and I know exactly what the two like. I am always well behaved and don't misbehave when it's time for the nightly fish-party. I hope they will let me stay here for the rest of my days, definitely better than at the big shelter in Baan Taling Ngam.

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

JILLY (female)

 

I arrived at the DRCS together with at least seven other little kittens. I'm not even sure where they all came from and why we all landed up in the same cage outside the shelter. Some of them are family, this I know. But some of them look so alike that I got confused. We were told that some nice Thai man saved us from death by bringing us in. Once at the DRCS we were dewormed and received the necessary treatment. Thankfully that annoying worm-belly has disappeared! A couple of us have already found a new home and I keep praying that I will be the next!

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

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

Masha (male)

 

Saabi and I came to the DRCS just a few weeks apart and have build up a real friendship in the time here. We both had to be locked up in a cage for quite some time until we were fully vaccinated and it was save for us run around freely in the house. If we ever find a home, I truly hope that someone will adopt Saabi and me together.

Unfortunately Masha ran away. We miss her very much.

During her time at the shelter, Patricia from Germany was looking after her. Thank you very much.

 

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

MENTOS (male)

 

Not long after the NewYears night, two nice tourists found me –totally scared and shaking under a car. They tried really hard to find my owners, asked around for hours but without success. Finally they took me to the DRCS where I now live at Brigitte and Werners home, together with many other little dogs and even more cats. I like it here but will never give up hope that one day my owner comes walking through the door….
 

I was very lucky and found a new home in Europe.

During my time at the shelter, Corie from Australia was looking after me. Thank you very much!

 

PINNACLE (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, Monika from France was looking after me. Thank you very much!

 

FALCO (male)

 

TEXT WILL FOLLOW SOON Great news: I have found a new home on Koh Samui.

 

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

GARY (male)

 

I was brought in with my siblings (Paula and Leslie) by Paula who lives on the island. She had found us on the street and couldn't look after us as her dogs wanted to eat us. So, she brought us here and we're quite happy. We are still together and we play in the cat room or outside in the special cat area.

 

Lucky old me - I've got a real home now and it's on the island.

For the time I was living at Brigitte's house, Angelica from Sweden took care of me. Thank you very much!

OLDIE (female)

 

I lived for many years on a small beach between Chaweng and Lamai. However, I'm old now and the local people didn't want me any more, because I had a big biting wound. DRCS was told that everyone chased me away when I begged for rice. I was brought to Brigitte and Werner's house and am now sharing a compound with very old and sick dogs. Every morning, I have to check out the compound to make sure all is well. Because I am so old, none of the dogs bother me.

 

But it was very boring and so I run to the market again. At the moment I do not need a sponsor. When I need help, I'll come back to the shelter - I've done that already.

EMMA (female)

 

When I was very young, I adopted a tourist who fed and looked after me. She didn't want to leave me when she went home so brought me to the shelter. Originally, I was in a single box (I needed an operation) but I made so much noise that the volunteers let me wander around the main compound, where I now permanently reside. I love humans (not on toast!) and prefer their company to that of other dogs. So, it's me whom you will see first if you come to visit as I am always the first one to check out new visitors.

 

Good news: I found a new home and now live in the Netherlands.

While I was living in the shelter, Sandra and Frank from Dillingen in Germany were looking after me. Thank you very much.

ARKY BARKY (female)

 

I was having a great time hanging round the Ark Bar in Chaweng - life was interesting as I spent the day chasing and biting Thai people. The people of the Bar deported me to Lamai but I outwitted them and returned to Chaweng and more people chasing. The people didn't seem all that happy to see me back and brought me to Brigitte who took me in. Now I live at the big shelter and, although there are big walls around me, and not a lot of Thai people to bite, I am happy to play with the other dogs.

 

The people from the Ark Bar couldn't forget me and found a new home on Koh Samui for me. That's great. Thanks to them a lot.

NETTI (female)

 

I was brought in from Chaweng Beach Road as there were claims that I was biting Thai people - it was only small bites! I was living quite happily there and was being fed by the local shopkeepers. One night, I got locked inside one of the tailor shops and caused 4000 Baht in damage as I chewed up his nice material for a bed! The next night, I got locked inside an internet cafe but I managed to chew my way out of the kitchen door at the back. Can't understand why they didn't like me so much after that. Anyway, I was brought up to the shelter but I only stay overnight when I feel like it; sometimes I sleep outside the compound, sometimes down at the market - wherever takes my fancy.

 

 I am not looking for a sponsor in the moment, because I come and go like I want.

SPOTTIE (male)

 

I was living with my friends on the beach at Big Buddha. We were OK and being looked after by the monks at the temple there and some local tourists. However, one day one of the local people accused us dogs of killing his cat and, in an act of rage, he put poison down. Out of eight of us dogs, only Rolli and I survived. We survived because we had just been fed by the monks and weren't interested in the poisoned food. Why did this man want to poison me? I didn't eat the man's cat. When Brigitte heard about the mass poisoning, she turned up in her chariot (OK, it was only a pick-up truck!) and took us away. I now live at the shelter and await a new owner.

 

Liliane from Urdorf in Switzerland is now looking after me. Thank you very much!

TUTU (female)

 

Our volunteer Katarina from Denmark fell in love with me and took me with her to Denmark!

 

During my time at the shelter, Pimchanok from Bangkok in Thailand was looking after me. Thank you very much!

 

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NAXIA (female)

 

Lorraine Sumner from England is now looking after me. Thank you very much!

 

Naxia found a new home.

JANINE (female)

 

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

 

While I was staying at the DRCS, Patricia from Houten in the Netherlands was looking after me. Thank you very much!

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RAMONA (female)

 

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

During my time at the shelter, Mandy and Daniel from Germany were looking after me. Thank you very much!

SAMY (male)

 

Nicole and Marco from Zürich in Switzerland are now looking after me. Thank you very much!

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