One Gorgeous Pick-Up – a new donation of Susy Utzinger Foundation
Over the years Susy’s Foundation has helped us in supporting our sterilization programs, covered the cost of the construction of a quarantine room, contributed to the costs for the set-up of our vet clinic, sponsored an autoclave and – in our latest great news – is now sponsoring the purchase of a second hand pick-up truck! Our previous 20 year old pick-up truck has caused us more and more headaches due to ongoing and increasing repair costs. A pick-up truck is essential for our work to transport dogs for sterilization, pick up sick and injured dogs, carry dogs and merchandise to our regular adoption fairs and buy dog food and other shelter supplies. So, of course, we were delighted when we got this fantastic news!The main aim of Susy’s Foundation, The Susy Utzinger Animal Protection Trust, is the improvement of the quality of animal homes and animal protection projects in Switzerland as well as internationally e.g. in Egypt, Romania, Hungary, Cyprus, Gabun and Thailand. Susy and her team organize volunteer and sterilization projects, tackle the restructuring of animal homes, give advice for construction and management, provide training of local staff and help to optimise animal shelters.
The foundation also organise donations of new or second-hand pet material – after every visit to Susy’s office our suitcases are filled with leashes, collars, toys, and medical supplies for our shelter and even a cat trapping cage that accompanied us to Chiang Mai. The motto of Susy Utzinger and her team is: “We cannot watch animals suffering. We take action and lend a helping hand.” Their work has met with great success and animals in many countries have benefited from their support. You can find more information at www.susyutzinger.ch or visit www.facebook.com/susy.utzinger
Here just some examples of what the donations were used for:
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Karin " It makes me deeply sad to see when dogs that have been cared for, get poisoned, or finding dogs, that were killed to be eaten, or holding dumped sick puppies that die in our arms.[More]"
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