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CHOCOLATE (male)

 

Even though I had a very good life and people who cared about me, some tourists from Sweden brought me to the shelter and promised me a new and better life in Sweden once I’m ready to leave Thailand. I waited at the shelter and got all my tests done in order to be allowed to leave the country. I never settled at the shelter and was desperately waiting for the day I could start my new life. Unfortunately that day never came. Many people were happy to give me a new home when I was still a little younger but because I thought I was going to Sweden, nobody was allowed to take me home. Today I still sit at the shelter, the Swedish people never came to get me and I am now too old to be adopted by someone else. However, I won’t give up and will hold on to the hope of finding a new family one day…

 

Mandy is now looking after me. Thank you very much!

STELLA (female), Temple: Wat Chaeng

 

George from Grisheim 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.

HORSE (male), Temple: Wat Khunaram

 

Tanja from 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.

MIKE (male)

 

I was brought to the shelter by some animal friendly tourists who helped me after being attacked by a very scary big dog. Actually I was attacked by several dogs, all of them showing their teeth and barking at me like crazy. Thankfully the tourists came in between, and made sure that the dogs couldn’t catch me again. More and more dogs turned up in the area I used to live and it really wasn’t a very save environment for me anymore. Therefore I was quite glad that the tourists brought me to the shelter where we have a nice big fence between the dogs and us cats and the constant fear of getting attacked again has finally stopped.

 

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

During my time at the shelter, Silvia and Christian from the Bodensee in Germany were looking after me. Thank you very much!

 

CANASTA (female)

 

I’ve been at the shelter since I was a very little puppy. One day I got bitten by a very nasty tick and things changed for me rather quickly. From being a happy playful puppy I had turned into a very sick young dog who was having to deal side effects of heavy medication and constant tiredness. It took me several months to recover from the virus this evil tick passed on to me. Finally I feel good again and have started to play with the others again.

 

Katarina from Slovakia is now looking after me. Thank you very much!

LONG (male)

 

My Thai owner had no choice but bringing me to the DRCS. She tried for months to convince me not to hunt anymore chickens but I just would not listen and continued with my hobby. I loved the challenge and could not understand why she got so angry when I proudly came home with a dead chicken. The normal consequence was that the owner of the chickens threatened to poison me. That’s when my owner got me a place at the DRCS. I guess it was my own fault and even though there are no chickens here at the shelter, everyday life isn’t too bad.

 

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

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

PAKEWAY (male)

 

I don’t know what happened to me. Once I was a lovely dog and people fed me, then I got sick, lost all my hair, my skin opened and bled and people stopped feeding me. Then it got really bad and people threw stones and kicked me away. I started to wander the streets but people always kicked me away. Eventually I got so weak I couldn’t walk anymore, that’s when the nice lady from Dog Rescue found me. Today I’m still at the shelter, I’m healthy (almost a little fat) and my fur has nicely started to grow back.

 

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

During my time at the shelter, Marco from Zürich in Switzerland was looking after me. Thank you very much!

 

TIA (female)

 

Nobody knows who had abandoned me in a box outside the shelter when I was only 2 months old. My chances of survival were almost non-existing, I had never been vaccinated nor was my immune system strong enough to fight all the viruses at the shelter. Two lovely volunteers decided to take me home until I had completed my vaccination program. They also made sure that I put some weight on and made me exercise several times/day. I returned healthy and vaccinated to the puppy house, where I found a new home in with only 2 days. Why my new owners brought me back to the shelter after only two weeks remains a mystery. I wish for nothing else but my own family…..

 

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

CHOCO (male)

 

An animal friendly tourist found me bone-thin and at the end of my powers and brought me to the DRCS to get some help. The people here found out that I have pretty serious blood parasite and I heard that without daily medication, I would have probably died very soon. I’ve never really liked being at the shelter. I’m used to being free and hate to live behind a fence, that’s why I decided to run away and escaped in with no time. I didn’t go far and settled with the other few dogs living right outside the DRCS-gate. The lovely shelter-people take care of us and put down fresh water and food every day. What a great solution for a dog like me…..

 

Unfortunately Choco ran away. We miss him very much.

During his time at the shelter, Maria from Denmark was looking after her. Thank you very much.

MARKI (female)

 

Daniela from Trocodorf in Germany is now looking after me. Thank you very much!

 

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SALT (female)

 

Me and my friend Robbin were hanging around at the large open space in front of the house in Chaweng. We already had befriended Princess and Max , well, Max did not like us too much. But he could not do much against us, since we are young and dynamic and he is old and fat. But he constantly stirred things up and therefore it was noticed that we had made our home in front of the gate. During the day many dogs are running around the large open space. But in the evening the neighbors take their dogs into the houses. We were standing around this open space and it was obvious that we did not belong to the neighboring houses. Therefore we were taken to Bahn Taling Ngam. We were neutered and are now living in the teenager kennel no. 5.

 

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

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

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