USA: SOS For Many Dogs Soon to be Put To Sleep – Can You Help ?

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*** SOS,  SOS,  SOS ***

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Lots of these animals have a FEW DAYS REMAINING before being put to sleep.

 

Owner surrendered animals are the first to be euthanized when we run out of space.We may have transport available—just ask.

 

Noahs Arks Rescue in the USA have many animals waiting for adoption and new homes right now. 

 

Please see the four legged friends via the following links.

 

http://www.noahs-arks.net/RESCUE/Noahs_Arks_Main_Page.html

 

http://www.noahs-arks.net/RESCUE/Charleston.html

 

http://www.noahs-arks.net/RESCUE/Greenville.html

 

http://www.noahs-arks.net/RESCUE/Murray_County.html

 

http://www.noahs-arks.net/RESCUE/Chesterfield.html

 

All contact details can be found on each of the regional sites.

 

Do what you can please.

 

Thanks – SAV.

 

Here are just a few of the many wanting help – URGENT HELP !!

 

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Belgium: New Stray Dogs Web Site

A new Stray Dogs Website can be found via the following link.

 

http://straydogs.be/site/

 

This is a great site with pictures and videos.

 

There is a global need to reduce stray animal populations.  This can and will only be achieved by humane sterilisation programmes adopted by nations who are troubled by large numbers of stray animals.

 

These countries need to introduce their own National No Kill Sterilisation Strategy.

 

Catching and killing stray animals is a less effective and a more costly than sterilisation.  

 

 

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Uk: Urgent Homes Required for Dogs to be PTS on 2nd February

MORE UK DOGS DUE FOR LETHAL INJECTION ON MONDAY 2ND FEB!!! 

PLEASE CONTACT BOBBY NOW IF YOU CAN SAVE THEIR LIVES. PLEASE SEE APPEAL BELOW WITH FULL DETAILS.

Bobby

0113 2752782

07598 108247

bobbybowker@ ntlworld. com

 

Any rescue centres that kindly offer help please meet the following criteria:

1- A NO DESTRUCTION POLICY

2- HOMECHECK ALL PROSPECTIVE OWNERS

3- DOG GETS RETURNED TO THE SANCTUARY IF OWNER CAN NO LONGER KEEP

Kind individuals offering foster or forever homes will be homechecked

 

Many thanks

SWAP team UK

 

 

PLEASE CASCADE TO YOUR CONTACTS – UPDATE – THE 2 ABD’S (POOR CREATURE) HAVE BEEN OFFERED PLACES OF SAFETY AND ALSO THE ETB- (BUT ARE STILL AVAILABLE FOR HOMES FROM THE RESCUES THEY HAVE GONE TO )
 
 
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‘Helping dogs and owners ..

Dear all,

 

Please can you cross post where you can

Please contact if you can offer a rescue place

 

Bobby

0113 2752782

07598 108247

bobbybowker@ ntlworld. com

 

 

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Staffy Labx

2 yrs old

Male

Very friendly and lovely looking boy

Over exciteable, he likes to jump and try to escape!

Climbs over top of the other kennels, staff said this is due to Kennel stress, he doesn’t get walked .

Staff feels if he got walked and socialised he would be less eager to want to get out

Not bothered about dogs in next kennel, female EBT

Not good with cats, he was returned from re-home as he didn’t get on with the cat

 

Yellow 10  – Max

GSDX

3-4 yrs old

Male

Can be a nervous with new people

He will show you his teeth if you put hands to his cage

But wags his tail with the staff he knows, lets him put collar on and go for a walk.

He listens to staff and stops showing his teeth.

He doesn’t seem bothered by other dogs, staff think he will be ok with a female.

When in the corridor he always has a look in at the female Akita, 2 kennels down.

When he first arrived he didn’t like being put in enclosed places, but he is more settled in his kennel now.

 

 Yellow 3

 

X breed

Tan

3-4 yrs old

Male

A friendly boy

He barks a lot in kennels, but only for attention.

He is good on lead, pulls a little bit.

He is friendly towards kennel staff, he like to be close, he stands up near table when staff are doing his food.

Staff feel that he will calm down on the barking once he has regular walking and socialising

He just wants to be in a home environment

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Rotti x

Male

2 yrs old

friendly towards the staff he knows.

He kennel guards with new people, When I took the photos he was barking a lot,

But as soon as he recognises someone he is soft was putty with them

Staff said he is a big softy, very friendly

When he is out of his kennel he isn’t too bothered by other dogs when in corridor,

But when other dogs are running in the corridor and coming up to his kennel he barks a lot at them.

 

 

 

Turkey: (Once Again) Massive Killing Spree Againast Stray Dogs and Cats

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Please view the information on the following links:

http://turkeymassacre.wordpress.com:80/

http://turkeymassacre.wordpress.com/2009/01/31/poisoning-spree-in-izmir/

Posted: 31 Jan 2009 08:08 AM CST

 

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Municipal authorities in the Seferhisar district of the city of Izmir have recently launched a stray animal poisoning spree!

 

Cats, and dogs, – in short, anything 4-legged that comes along is being poisoned to death these days…

 

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Luckily, dedicated animal rights defenders in the area are working around the clock to stop this poisoning spree.

 

Please support their fight. Contact the municipality and tell them you know what is going on there and that you protest the poisoning of innocent stray animals in the strongest terms possible.

 

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Posted in animal massacre, dog massacre, poisoning, stray dogs, torture   Tagged: Izmir, poisoning, Seferhisar, stray animals, turkey   

 

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EP: Animal welfare in Turkey
European Parliamentary question by Hiltrud Breyer (Verts/ALE) and Cem Özdemir (Verts/ALE) to the Commission

22 January 2009
E-0135/09

A large number of citizens and non-governmental organisations have reported on the serious situation for stray dogs in Turkey. The number of stray dogs on the streets is rising steadily and poses a major problem. Tackling the problem is too much for local authorities, and they are taking drastic measures such as mass destruction of animals.

The latest example is the animal refuge in Beykoz. The poor situation there has been a subject of public discussion for months. The number of dogs on the streets is visibly rising, whilst dogs are disappearing without a trace in the Beykoz animal refuge. According to the mayor of Beykoz, there is nothing wrong with conditions in the animal refuge. However, we are receiving frequent reports of dreadful conditions.

1. Is the Commission aware of this alarming situation for stray dogs in Turkey?

2. What does the Commission plan to do?

3. According to animal welfare organisations, EUR 780 000 of EU funding has been allocated for castration projects for stray dogs in Turkey. Is this correct? If so, precisely how have these funds been used?

http://www.evana. org/index. php?id=41034& lang=en

 

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