The second day of Songkran(Thai New Year), is family day. How very fitting, that on this day people from our “Care for Dogs” family came together to show their love and care for the homeless dogs at Haiya Crematorium in Chiang Mai. A big thank you to the 11 volunteers and 5 staff members from […]More»
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Two weeks ago we got an urgent volunteer appeal from Khun Bee (Bitter Brownie) who is doing a tremendous job helping rescued dogs from the dog meat trade. Volunteers were needed to give injections, love and care to the over 1.000 dogs at the government shelter in Nakhon Phanom. Almost immediately our Medical Coordinator Pam, […]More»
Please help us find 2 missing dogs from Wat Nongplaman. Candy (brown) and Cara (black) disappeared from Wat Nongplaman on Saturday from a loud night of music and fireworks. They have not been seen for two days. We are desperately searching for them and offering villagers a 2000 baht reward. If you have any sighting […]More»
Gill asked us helping to find a new home for her latest rescue case and surely we try to do so, here they are: Misha, Top Cat & Bambi This little family are looking for a home after they were dumped in Nong Buak Hat park. The mother cat, Misha, is very sweet and gentle […]More»
Last Saturday together with the monks from the Don Dschai temple I organized sterilization for 3 dogs and one cat. The temple managed to get a car including driver and at 8.15 am five monks accompanied me to the shelter of Care for Dogs to get transportation boxes. We took the chance bringing back a […]More»
Our friend Gill still very busy with her cat rescue program, asked us for assistance regarding her latest “cases”.
Gill shipped them from the market of hard life (Warorot) to the market of good hearts (Yours!?) and now hopes there is enough love as currency around to find them a new home.
Another plea for help around a missed dog. Do you know anything about Snowball?
Sometimes the new street dog face around, might be a desperately missed dog like Snowball, so please take a second look at the “lost dog” ads you come across.
Here the add from Snowball’s owner:More»
It’s been 3 weeks since our miracle girl “Sweetie Pie” was returned to the temple. After a months stay at the N-do Animal Hospital where she recovered from full paralysis of all 4 limbs due to a herniated disk, Sweetie Pie became a very loved and special girl to all who came in contact with […]More»
As Care for Dogs gets more and more well known, more and more calls reach us from people who keep an eye on cats or dogs in need in the streets of Chiang Mai. All on their own those individuals give food, take care and even sometimes organize sterilization (one of the best things they […]More»
Here a call from our dear friend Gill, who tries to help those lonely street cats in her own way: Millie the pure red/ginger female was born in Nong Buak Hat Park on Christmas day and has been living with her mother, Hong and sister Mo in amongst a pile of concrete blocks. Millie has […]More»
Here another report about the activities of Hand to Paw – our partner organisation: Three weeks ago 3 new pups “showed up” at Wat Huay Sai. This is not an unusual occurrence at local temples in Thailand. Many people make the assumption that if dogs are left at temples, particularly puppies, they will receive the […]More»
On Thursday April 22 a group of enthusiastic Hand to Paw students from Prem International School in Mae Rim visited the Care for Dogs facility in Hang Dong. For the past year these two groups of animal loving individuals have forged a partnership to support one another in the care and nurturing of homeless, injured, […]More»
The Hand to Paw outreach project run by the children at Prem Center in Mae Rim were very pleased to respond to a call for assistance with some village pups and there mothers, in need of food & health support. These pups will now receive a real boost to their bleak start in life and […]More»
This week Care for Dogs received a call from a very concerned visitor to The Spa, a very select retreat in the hills around Mae Rim. Jenny an animal lover from Australia, had seen a very skinny and heavy breasted female dog scavenging for food around the roads near the resort and it didn’t take […]More»
Due to the recent fatal poisoning of the Alpha male, “Buck” at the temple the students wanted to again remind the monks to use the 24 hour hotline set up by Care for Dogs (CFD) to be used for such emergencies no matter what the hour of day or injury.
Although the monks have used the hotline in the past, it was used more or less to let us know of a fatality of a dog, not immediate attention as it was intended.More»