Frank was hit by a car a few weeks ago in Bosnia. "I got a call from my friend saying her student had found a dog in the middle of the road and he can't move," Suzana Demiraca told us. "I took him in. People helped locally to get the X-rays, food and diapers. He was very emaciated, dirty, scared, shocked and old (missing incisors). Suzana wrote us asking for help to pay for Frank's veterinary debt and we were happy to help. Thank you all for donating so Frank can walk again.
Over the summer, veterinary care was provided to all dogs who were ill or in need of routine care or spay/neuter. Flea treatment and deworming medications were provided. And the dog walking program continues to ready residents here for adoption.
Blessings this weekend and always to each of you who share in our international mission to 'Love the Underdogs' all across the planet. Your donations provide food, shelter, veterinary medicine and protection-from-cruelty for thousands of animals who would be in deep distress without your care. No matter how many times we say the words "thank you" they will never be enough to convey our bottomless gratitude. Visit us at www.HarmonyFund.org
"We'd love to send someone to collect him (he's about a 100 kilometres away from our nearest available foster) but we have no emergency funds left. In order to get him to safety and keep him safe until he can travel to the UK, provide veterinary care, food and all the other necessities we're looking at a minimum of £500 so please help us get him to safety and give him a chance."
We hadn't told Sasha that we were working on raising money to feed the dogs because we didn't want to get his hopes up. We simply bought a few days food and got to work. But last week told him we would help in a VERY significant way. Sasha held his stomach and rubbed his forehead. "I can't believe. I can't believe," he said shaking his head. And then the volunteers around him began to cry. Please help at www.harmonyfund.org.
This is Danka Kantar, a Serbian rescuer who cares for 100 spayed/neutered dogs and cats. She's in trouble now because her husband is seriously ill with a heart condition and has become unable to work. While the couple provided care for the animals on their own for so long, they now need help. Harmony Fund has been providing it.
In Thailand, thousands of unwanted dogs are abandoned at Buddhist temples and monasteries every year. Many are puppies born from pet dogs and were never spayed. Some temples have dozens of dogs. The monks are willing to take care of the dogs but can