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FRANGI (female)

 

My two brothers and I were abounded in a completely deserted jungle area and had no chance of surviving. Thankfully the DRCS-Volunteers found us a nice place to stay until we were fully vaccinated. Once at the puppy house, my two brothers found a new home in with just two days while I had this really nasty abscess growing on my back. I needed surgery and are still recovering from it all. Unfortunately my chances of being adopted are not great anymore. But who cares….. I’m alive, I’m strong and I’m one of the happiest little dogs you have ever seen!

 

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

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

p.s. Anna, Thank you so much for taking care of me the way you did! Hope to see you again soon!

MAUSI (female)

 

I was never brought to the DRCS by anybody, I just decided to go there myself! I was hanging around outside the gate for a few weeks with the hope that the other dogs there would start to except me. There is fresh water and food for us and a lot of people come and go each day. When the DRCS-people noticed that I had not been spayed, they gave me vaccine and then took me in for the operation. That was it for me and I decided to stay! They did try to let me free but since the DRCS is quite a nice place compared to where I stayed before, I have no intention to live OUTSIDE the gate. I got myself a nice place inside and enjoy the action around me.

 

Gabriele and Jürgen from Düsseldorf in Germany are now looking after me. Thank you very much!

SHORTY (female), Temple: Wat Phukhao Thong

 

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.

TESSA (female)

 

I was born just outside a temple and the first few weeks of my life the monks took care of me. I have always been a curious little thing and never liked to stay in the same place for too long. One day I walked a little too far away from the temple and was badly hit by a motorbike. Thankfully I received immediate help and got over the bad injuries in with no time. When I returned to the temple, the other dogs didn't want me back and I was being attacked by one after the other. Even after 2 days I was still having the hardest time with all the others and so the TempleTeam decided to take me back to the shelter where I stayed at the puppy house until I was moved to a bigger outside compound with all my friends...and thankfully I have plenty of them here!

 

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

DALLES (male)

 

Me and my brother Laramie used to have a very save and wonderful home. Until the day our owner decided to bring us to the DRCS to get neutered. We don't know why -and don't understand it till today- he doesn't want us anymore. The number he wrote on the card is wrong and he never came back to ask for us. We are still very sad and don't like to be touched by anybody. We have given up hope now and try to get settled here at the DRCS shelter..... If we'd only know why he abandoned us......

 

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

During my time at the shelter, Tanja from Wasserbillig in Luxemburg was looking after me. Thank you very much!

 

LARAMIE (male)

 

Me and my brother Dalles used to have a very save and wonderful home. Until the day our owner decided to bring us to the DRCS to get neutered. We don't know why -and don't understand it till today- he doesn't want us anymore. The number he wrote on the card is wrong and he never came back to ask for us. We are still very sad and don't like to be touched by anybody. We have given up hope now and try to get settled here at the DRCS shelter..... If we'd only know why he abandoned us......

 

Sabrina from Como in Italy is now looking after me. Thank you very much!

PERLE (female)

 

My sister Shelli and I were living in Lamai. We didn't really have a proper home or a place we could call our own. We basically lived next to the road and slept under parked cars. We tried very hard to be accepted by someone, went from one resort to the next, tried several houses but everyone just chased us away and often in such a brutal way that we had lost any kind of trust in people. The lovely volunteers from the DRCS found us and gave us vaccine before they then took us into the shelter. We were hard work and didn't let anybody touch us for the first 3 weeks - even though they let us live in a nice comfy room inside the puppy house. Things got better with every day and we slowly but surely started to trust them...and who knows...maybe one day we will find our own family. And if not....we are making the best of our lives here at the DRCS.

 

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

SHELLI (female)

 

My sister Perle and I were living in Lamai. We didn't really have a proper home or a place we could call our own. We basically lived next to the road and slept under parked cars. We tried very hard to be accepted by someone, went from one resort to the next, tried several houses but everyone just chased us away and often in such a brutal way that we had lost any kind of trust in people. The lovely volunteers from the DRCS found us and gave us vaccine before they then took us into the shelter. We were hard work and didn't let anybody touch us for the first 3 weeks - even though they let us live in a nice comfy room inside the puppy house. Things got better with every day and we slowly but surely started to trust them...and who knows...maybe one day we will find our own family. And if not....we are making the best of our lives here at the DRCS.

 

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

During my time at the shelter, Eileen from Bolton in England was looking after me. Thank you very much!

BERLINA (female)

 

After I was hit by a motorbike, some lovely Thai people brought me to the DRCS where I got immediate car. Thankfully I recovered quite fast and in with no time I could stand on all four paws again. I've always felt very comfortable at the shelter and love the cat house. I believe the DRCS people could tell so too and therefore never bothered to bring me back on the street. Puhh...lucky me! Things are good now and I look forward to spending the rest of my life here.... unless some nice person comes by and decides to adopt me of course...

 

I was very lucky and found a new home.

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

 

BIG BOY (female), Temple: Wat Samut Tararam

 

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 an d 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 to 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!

 

CHANEL (female)

I was born at the Easy-Diver-Office in Bophud. Everything was alright. Mama had found a nice corner in the storage room and cared very well for me and my siblings. When we were three weeks old and started to eat yummy canned food, Mama did not return from one of her tours. The animal lovers from the diving shop were looking for her and found her: dead - poisoned. Since we needed intensive care and the shop was not always manned, we could no longer stay there. We were taken to DRCS in Chaweng. Werner gave us milk every few hours but both of my siblings passed away shortly after. I became a beautiful cat. I spent my childhood and youth in Chaweng and was very happy. When I was old enough, I was taken to Bahn Taling Ngam for neutering. After spending one week in a terrible cage, I was put into the cat house. First I did not know what was happening. Why was I supposed to live here? I had always enjoyed lying in bed! In the beginning I was very unhappy and sat in one corner. But after a while I got used to the situation and I was looking forward to Brigitte’s visits. I knew some cats from the house in Chaweng whom I liked. They, of course, are also looking forward to Brigitte’s visits and it is a real challenge to be in the first row for petting.

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

While I was living at the shelter, Ursula from Bad Oldesloe in Germany was looking after me. Thank you very much.

WHITY (male)

 

My former owner left me at the DCRS because I was very thin and I was losing more and more of my fur. I was supposed to be castrated but was too weak for that, so they had to feed me for 4 long weeks before I got my strenght back. My owner came actually once to visit me but then never came back again and the phone number he had left was a false one. For many weeks, I was sitting in a solitary box and finally, as nobody had written down the address of my owner, I got officially taken in at the DRCS.

 

Simone and Robert from Stuttgart gave their friend Christian a nice birthday gift: my sponsorship!

 

Many thanks to Simone and Robert!

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