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MONIA (female)

 

Me and my sister were picked up from a lovely resort in Chaweng where we had stayed all our lives. We loved it there and were looking forward to going back home once the people from DRCS had spayed us. For some strange reason we were not welcomed to go back and the DRCS was forced to keep us at the shelter. Thankfully the puppy-house-people allowed us to stay in there where we get delicious food every day and have a lot of little ones to play with.

 

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

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

MIRCO (male), Temple: Wat Chaeng

 

Brigitte from Landshut in Germany 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 by Jay, Linda and Tom 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.

SURI (female)

 

I have been exposed in front of the shelter together with my two brothers. They just parked us inside a cardboard box in front of the door. We all suffer under severe mange and we also all have blood parasites. My two brothers already found new families who will adopt them shortly. Maybe they were chosen because they are males, because lots of people do prefer male dogs. I really hope to find my own home one day! Until then, I concentrate on getting my fur back and I in times I am fit enough, I also enjoy playing with my follows in the teenager-shelter/area.

 

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

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

Shaky (female)

 

I used to live in a beautiful and save Temple area, had a lot of other dogs to play with, got food several times a day, I was simply a happy and healthy free dog. Not sure why this had to happen to me but I caught a very bad virus which makes it almost impossible for me to control my body. My head and back is constantly moving back and forward.. I’ve been left with permanent neurological damage and will have to spend the rest of my life at the shelter. Thankfully I am not the only ‘dancer’ (as they often call us) here at the shelter and have almost gotten used to it. I started playing with the other young dogs and on most days I don't feel much different than all the other ones....

 

Peggy and Vanessa from Bielefeld are now looking after me. Thank you very much!

LUNA (female)

 

I arrived at the Dog Rescue when I was only a very small and half naked puppy. Thankfully I was allowed to stay in Brigitte and Werners home until I was fully vaccinated. I have made a pretty good recovery so far but since I was never one of those super pretty puppies, nobody wanted to adopt me. I’m not getting any younger and the chances for me to be adopted are getting slimmer…. But I was told to never give up hope and that’s exactly what I’m going to do!

 

Jesper, his parents Ann-Kristine and Frank and their dog Theo from Norway are now looking after me. Thank you very much!

TURNER (male)

 

I come from a pretty deserted area and finding food was a hard task every single day. There were no houses or restaurant where I could have found any food. On top of being hungry every day I also started to loose almost all my fur and wounds appeared all over my body. I'm not sure if I should call it luckily, but one day I was hit by a motorbike and this person was kind enough to call the DRCS and had me picked up. The injuries from the accident were only very minor to what I've got going on otherwise. I still won't have anyone touch me but I'm eating all the colorful pills they give me and enjoy all the delicious food...

 

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

GUERTIE (female)

 

Me and my 6 sisters and brothers were abandoned in the middle of a jungle where we had to deal with dangerous snakes all alone from one day to the other. It was hard to be taken away from our Mum as well.... Thankfully the DRCS-people came to rescue us and brought us to a foster family where we stayed for 3 weeks until we were all fully vaccinated and then brought to the puppy house at the shelter. All my sisters and brothers have already found a new home. I'm still waiting to get lucky....

 

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

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

DIEGO (male)

 

I cannot tell much about the first few months of my life. For some strange reason I don't have any memories. I only remember getting out of a really hot and smelly rice bag at the DRCS. Apparently someone dumped me in front of the DRCS-gate in this bag where breathing wasn't easy. The DRCS people took me in and cleaned me up real nice. I had to be isolated at first (wasn't really isolated, I got a pretty fancy room in the puppy house though) until I had my vaccinations. Now I spend my days running around with all the other young dogs at the shelter and hope, that one day someone will come and adopt me. It's nice here but the thought of having my own family is pretty cool!

 

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

During my time at the shelter, Jesper, his parents Ann-Kristine and Frank and their dog Theo from Norway were looking after me. Thank you very much!

 

SAMRET (female), Temple: Wat Samret

 

Markus and Sybille from Switzerland are 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.

NAGGER (female), Temple: Wat Sietavib

 

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.

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

During my time at the shelter, Sabrina from Italy were looking after me. Thank you very much!

 

BRONCO (male), Temple: Big Buddha

 

Natascha and Hüseyin from Munich in Germany are 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.

CESAR (male), Temple: Wat Bo Phut

 

Sabine, Heinz, Marita and Sebastian from Wiesbaden in Germany 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.

PONY (male), Temple: Wat Khunaram

 

Markus and Sybille from Switzerland are 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.

LOUISE (female), Temple: Wat Bo Phut

 

Alexandra from Unterumbach in Germany 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.

TRACHY (female)

 

I was very lucky to found a new home on  Samui.

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

 

 

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BATMAN (female)

 

Hildegard from Frankfurt in Germany is now looking after me. Thank you very much!

 

I was picked up in Chaweng by two helpers of the DRCS and received the necessary treatment once I arrived at the shelter. I think that's what saved my life. I felt really sick and got weaker with every passing day. I'm sure that I wouldn't have made through this monsoon rain out there all by myself. I'm slowly but surely on the way to becoming a healthy and pretty strong young dog. I have found a lot of playmates here and love to fool around with those volunteers. All has worked out ok!

OLD LADY (female), Temple: Wat Nara

 

Hildegard from Frankfurt in Germany 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.

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