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CASEY (female)

 

I was brought to the DRCS together with my sister because nobody else would take care of us. We were just about 2 months old when we were dropped at the DRCS. Thankfully we could be kept in a room inside the puppy house until we had full vaccination. My sister was always the pretty one and found a new home in with the first three weeks. Due to the very ugly mange problems I had at the time, nobody showed any interest in me. Now my fur is getting better and I don’t miss my sister so much anymore. I love it here in the puppy house and hope that I stay here until one day someone is prepared to give me a real home….

 

Daphne from Munich in Germany is now looking after me. Thank you very much!

KARLO (male)

 

I’m already a pretty old dog and meanwhile quite glad to be here at the rescue centre. It was hard for me in the beginning and all those dogs around me just annoyed me. Especially the young ones are just much to wild for me. So I decided to stick to the older dogs and take it a little easy in my old years. Most of them are pretty cool and the food is absolutely delicious. Now I’m just looking for someone to sponsor me…

 

Sonja from Bad Friedrichshall in Germany is now looking after me. Thank you very much!

 

 

 

KENDRA (female)

 

My name is Kendra and I was - together with my 4 siblings - dumped in a rice bag outside the shelter. We were lucky that this was not the first time someone dumped young dogs in a bag so when the DRCS-Car drove in, they immediately stopped and checked the bag before driving over it. They dumped us right in the middle of the road leading to the Dog Rescue gate.... We are thankful that this horrible story ended with a Happy-End and we are all doing fine now. We are being cared for really well here and have a lot of fun playing around in the compound.

 

Denise and Martin from Switzerland is now looking after me. Thank you very much!

 

 

 

 

CAVIAR (male)

 

As I've always been a pretty independent cat, I know decided to live my life on my own paws again.

 

During my time at the shelter, Monika from Austria was looking after me. Thank you very much.

BIBI (female)

 

I did belong to someone but they didn't look after me so I ran away. By the time I was rescued by some nice Thai people, I was very thin and very dirty. I was brought to the shelter and immediately Brigitte fell in love with me. She gave me special food to fatten me up but, unfortunately, she also gave me a bath - she's so fussy about cleanliness! Anyway, I now live in the house with Brigitte and it is my duty to protect her against anything and everything. As a result, I follow her around everywhere - toilet, bedroom, garden. EVERYWHERE!

 

Jo and her sons from Wales in the UK are now looking after me. Thank you very much!

Help! The flood is coming! Who will save me?
SIOBHAN (female)

 

Kerstin from Rockenhausen in Germany is now looking after me. Thank you very much!

 

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EBONY (female), Temple: Big Buddha

 

Nicole from Luzern in Switzerland is now looking after me. Thank you very much!

We started the Temple Project in 2007 and it has proven to be a big success. Hundreds of dogs and cats in the temples around Samui have been treated without being removed from their familiar environment. No-one really could have predicted just how big this project would become, or how expensive, we currently deliver over 1000kgs of dry food a month, not to mention the costs of the medicines and vaccines we require to ensure everyone stays healthy. We (DRCS) are already suffering financially just to cover the everyday costs of running the shelter, so the additional money needed for the temple project is giving us cause for concern. You can help us keep this important project alive by sponsoring one of our many resident temple dogs. With your help, we can help, by keeping them healthy, happy and safe. With your help they won’t have to rummage the garbage for food or fear for their lives on the street, they can live within the safety of the temples and be checked and well provided for by our dedicated project team every week.

BONNIE (female), Temple: Wat Bo Phut

 

Bonnie was lucky and got adopted by a local family. During ther time at the shelter, Norma from Scotland was looking after her. Thank you very much!

We started the Temple Project in 2007 and it has proven to be a big success. Hundreds of dogs and cats in the temples around Samui have been treated without being removed from their familiar environment. No-one really could have predicted just how big this project would become, or how expensive, we currently deliver over 1000kgs of dry food a month, not to mention the costs of the medicines and vaccines we require to ensure everyone stays healthy. We (DRCS) are already suffering financially just to cover the everyday costs of running the shelter, so the additional money needed for the temple project is giving us cause for concern. You can help us keep this important project alive by sponsoring one of our many resident temple dogs. With your help, we can help, by keeping them healthy, happy and safe. With your help they won’t have to rummage the garbage for food or fear for their lives on the street, they can live within the safety of the temples and be checked and well provided for by our dedicated project team every week.

CHRISTEL (female)

 

When I got pregnant nobody wanted to have anything to do with me anymore and I was taken to the DRCS. I was a pretty unhealthy and weak cat at the time and wans't able to give my little ones what they needed. Unfortunately none of them survived. Time for me has come to try and settle in at the shelter and start to appreciate and enjoy life again...

 

Unfortunately Christel ran away. We miss her very much.

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

 

 

WHITNEY (female)

 

I used to live in a lovely little garden center in the Chaweng area, where I knew everyone and had a lot of friends and other dogs to play with. Unfortunately my people had to close the shop down because somebody else planned to build a fancy restaurant there. My people could not take me with them and the new restaurant owners didn't like me and didn't give me any food until I was so thin that I had to get serious treatments. Thankfully the lovely volunteer girls from the Rescue Center cared enough about me and made sure that I got my place in the DRCS where I have now found a lot of new friends to play with.

 

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

During my time at the shelter, The Family Keum from Hamburg in Germany were looking after me. Thank you very much!

 

SPOTTY (female), Temple: Wat Koh Samui

 

We started the Temple Project in 2007 and it has proven to be a big success. Hundreds of dogs and cats in the temples around Samui have been treated without being removed from their familiar environment. No-one really could have predicted just how big this project would become, or how expensive, we currently deliver over 1000kgs of dry food a month, not to mention the costs of the medicines and vaccines we require to ensure everyone stays healthy. We (DRCS) are already suffering financially just to cover the everyday costs of running the shelter, so the additional money needed for the temple project is giving us cause for concern. You can help us keep this important project alive by sponsoring one of our many resident temple dogs. With your help, we can help, by keeping them healthy, happy and safe. With your help they won’t have to rummage the garbage for food or fear for their lives on the street, they can live within the safety of the temples and be checked and well provided for by our dedicated project team every week.

Inga from Israel is now looking after me. Thank you very much!

WUSCHI (male)

 

Sira from Embrach in Switzerland is now looking after me. Thank you very much!

 

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PANCAKE SONG (female)

 

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

 

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HANDSOME (male), Temple: Wat Phukhao Thong, Maenam

 

We started the Temple Project in 2007 and it has proven to be a big success. Hundreds of dogs and cats in the temples around Samui have been treated without being removed from their familiar environment. No-one really could have predicted just how big this project would become, or how expensive, we currently deliver over 1000kgs of dry food a month, not to mention the costs of the medicines and vaccines we require to ensure everyone stays healthy. We (DRCS) are already suffering financially just to cover the everyday costs of running the shelter, so the additional money needed for the temple project is giving us cause for concern. You can help us keep this important project alive by sponsoring one of our many resident temple dogs. With your help, we can help, by keeping them healthy, happy and safe. With your help they won’t have to rummage the garbage for food or fear for their lives on the street, they can live within the safety of the temples and be checked and well provided for by our dedicated project team every week.

Christine from Hamburg in Germany is now looking after me. Thank you very much!

Mr. BEAR (male)

 

After I was hit by a car in the middle of the night I had to stay a long time at the DRCS. When I finally finished my treatment and was ready to go home, it turned out that the people who brought me in after the accident were not my owners. Nobody came to ask for me and no one knows where exactly I came from. Unfortunately I will never be able to properly walk again and that's why the DRCS decided to keep me here.

 

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

During my time at the shelter, Claudia and Jenno from Hamburg were looking after me. Thank you very much!

 

BIG GRINGO (male), Temple: Big Buddha

 

We started the Temple Project in 2007 and it has proven to be a big success. Hundreds of dogs and cats in the temples around Samui have been treated without being removed from their familiar environment. No-one really could have predicted just how big this project would become, or how expensive, we currently deliver over 1000kgs of dry food a month, not to mention the costs of the medicines and vaccines we require to ensure everyone stays healthy. We (DRCS) are already suffering financially just to cover the everyday costs of running the shelter, so the additional money needed for the temple project is giving us cause for concern. You can help us keep this important project alive by sponsoring one of our many resident temple dogs. With your help, we can help, by keeping them healthy, happy and safe. With your help they won’t have to rummage the garbage for food or fear for their lives on the street, they can live within the safety of the temples and be checked and well provided for by our dedicated project team every week.

Gaby from Uerkheim in Switzerland is now looking after me. Thank you very much!

MERLOT (male)

 

As I've always been a pretty independent cat, I know decided to live my life on my own paws again.

During my time at the shelter, Daniella from Iffeldorf in Germany was looking after me. Thank you very much.

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