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ATAAC | Australian Teens Against Animal Cruelty - A big 'Soi Dogs'  thank you


After much driving and getting lost numerous times we finally found the new Soi Dog shelter in Phuket. Although it was only 9am the day was already extremely hot.
Image John the manager was there to meet us and after giving him our big bag full of medical supples (kindly donated by Vetcall), blankets, collars, leashes and lots of toys and balls (all donated by Ataac) we were given a tour around. By Australian standards, the facilities were basic, but it is clean with 2 operating rooms, a recovery room, a puppy area and a row of outdoor sheltered runs for all the street dogs luckily enough to be rescued.

There was a beautiful brown dog who was off to Italy the next day to his new home (lucky boy).

In the hospital recovery, there were 2 very sick dogs, the skinniest dogs i have ever seen, nothing more than skeletons laying in cages. One had pneumonia, the other malnorished. John assured us they would be fine with love and care.
The majority of dogs found their way to the shelter through cruelty. Most had been slashed with machetes, others had acid thrown over them.

Anyway, a big THANK YOU to everyone who helped out, I can assure you it was much appreciated by some beautiful dogs who truly appreciated everything.

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  • 23 Jul 2014
    IT appears one Council's way of dealing with a dog that had no real 'home' for 3 years, posed no threat to anyone and was being cared for by one person over this time, is to shoot the dog who was so close to getting rescued and medical treatment for his wounds caused by his skin overgrowing his collar. RIP Boy. Feel free to comment on City of Darwin's FB page https://www.facebook.com/cityofdarwin A beautiful boy died today ........he had no name...except "boy", he had no home.....except the bush and he never got the chance to be loved. He did have someone who cared for him and gave him food a...
 
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