Serbia: Please Help Mariana Care for Desperate Strays in Serbia – Donations can be made via Paypal or Card Directly

Help Mariana care for desperate strays in Serbia

Hello,

I am Mariana, from Novi Sad, Serbia.

I’m taking care every month about 20 strays dogs and puppies.

They need help especially for food,until I found them home.

If You want to help them, I have bank account:

Bank CREDIT AGRICOLE SRBIJA AD,  Novi Sad, IBAN RS35330153020124651503 ,

SWIFT: MEBARS22, Marijana Culum, Novi Sad Republic of Serbia.

Or this project:

http://www.betterplace.org/en/projects/10857-help-mariana-care-for-desperate-strays-in-serbia?fb_action_ids=4510728056356&fb_action_types=og.recommends&
fb_source=aggregation&fb_aggregation_id=246965925417366 

I don’t have PayPal, but if You have Moneygram in your bank that is also ok.

This is my FB profile   http://www.facebook.com/marijana.culum
To read more and donate; as well as see project donation progress, go to the secure site at:

http://www.betterplace.org/en/projects/10857-help-mariana-care-for-desperate-strays-in-serbia

Story of Marijana Culum:

…. “In the past year I have done a lot thanks to all of you who supported me and thanks to the people in “real” life, Association of Novi Sad and other individuals who are dealing with stray animals 🙂

Exactly 1 year ago, by a chance I went to one part of Novi Sad (Serbia), and was shocked how many pregnant dogs and the ones with little puppies were there on the streets…

And then what else could I do but to help them and advocate for some female with puppies, find them homes, sterilize & vaccinate them etc.

For past year I helped to sterilize 66 animals – 44 females and 17 male dogs, 4 female cats and 1 male. For sterilization we didn’t have to raise money because city of Novi Sad has provided free sterilizations for stray dogs. Almost 4 years since I am doing this for strays every single sterilization turned out well thanks to the vet’s office and people who helped.

From those who were sterilized some were adopted, some are still waiting for a home, and the new ones are coming …

Only in past year 41 stray were adopted – 5 adult female and 2 male, 18 female and 16 male puppies.

For all of them sterilization was provided.

Unfortunately, some of them weren’t that lucky to be adopted … but we won’t forget anyone of them:
– In Sep. 2011th, one of six Zuja’s puppies died but five were happily adopted,
– In October 2011th, Nina who was adopted get sick from distemper and didn’t make it,
– In December 2011th, Jenny female stray was hit by a car, smashed and euthanized
– In January 2012th, young brown puppy male was put down because he was sick, appeared
malnourished, his ribs could be counted; nervous type of distemper, was euthanized.
– In February 2012th, curled sweet puppy, nervous form of distemper. He really struggled 😦 too
painful to look at him shaking and crawling 😦
– In March 2012th, Ive and Mali were puppies who were suffering from piroplasmosis (This was the first time for me to meet with this disease and the puppies). I found them in the same area, within a week.
– In April 2012th, Male puppy about 4 months old, full of ticks, parasites, malnutrition, nervous form
of distemper. And this was a terrible thing to see and experience 😦
– In April 2012th, Mona puppy about 2 months, canine parvovirus

For me personally was pretty painful and disappointing to watch them die, each and every one of them had a specific character and appearance …

In the past month, 3 new males appeared (un-castrated) and 1 female who gave birth there and now has 3 puppies” ….

There are many people like Marjiana Culum who are taking care, feeding and do everything in their power to protect stray dogs in the street of Serbia … now they need our help.
Please don’t let that this story end here! Please if you can support our projects

More information:

1 news from the project – the latest from 13 October 2012

About the carrier of this project “Financial support for the animals in Serbia”

Location: Novi Sad, Serbia

Updated on 11 November 2012, published on 16 September 2012