Wang Wang's puppy Xaiobai is continuing to improve thanks to her daily physiotherapy from Kerry. Latest photo of little Xaiobai (taken Thursday 17th) looking very happy indeed!
Tora (on the blanket) and another owned dog, brought in by the DBKK, have both been reunited with their owners. (You can read Tora's story on our Facebook page.)
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The first dog caught by the IAPWA Team in KK was duly named IAPWA. When he first arrived he was scared and in a very poor condition. Aaron, who lives on site, and IAPWA have now become firm friends and IAPWA has an open cage, with bedding and food so that he can come and go as he pleases whilst he continues to improve. He is quite a character and trots around the Pound as if he owns the place!
Another dog, who we believe he lives on the streets with, is also a Pound Patient at the moment and IAPWA sleeps near his cage.
We want to share the before and after photos with you so that you can see what a difference IAPWA makes!
Friday 18th July - we now have seven Pound Puppies who have been rescued from the streets. All of them have bad skin conditions so they are receiving load of care and attention (plus lots of puppy love too!). Four are from one litter and three are from another.
We are hoping that, once their condition has improved and they are much stronger, we will be able to re-home them into homes where they can live long, safe and happy lives.
One photo of one poorly Pound Puppy - don't worry, more 'puppy pics' of the others will follow soon!
POUNDS FOR THE POUND to raise.
IAPWA IS PUTTING CARE INTO THE CAGES
of the Dog Pound in Kota Kinabalu, northern Borneo
We URGENTLY need you to give your name to one of our cages
to enable us to do this - PLEASE.
£1,500 will pay for the
150 adult dogs, which, in six years, will
PREVENT OVER A MILLION
unwanted and unloved puppies from being born.
IAPWA WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE.
We will name your cage and update you about its occupants
as we will be keeping accurate records to monitor the
effectiveness and sustainability of our work.
PLEASE CONTACT Dianne Rowe – Campaign Fundraising Director
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IAPWA's project in Kota Kinabalu (KK), northern Borneo is aiming to do just that - change the city's pound and, with your help, we can do it!
It is an enormous challenge but we are determined to make a difference to the stray dogs of KK who so desperately need our help. Like this poor chap, who we named Bertie, below - licking the street for a morsel of nourishment, just to stay alive.
It's not a quick fix campaign - we're in it for the duration and WE WILL MAKE A REAL DIFFERENCE to the lives, and the futures, of dogs like Bertie.
Text CFAP14£1 to 70070 to donate £1
which will provide food for each Pound Patient, whilst it's cared for in the Pound.
Text CFAP14£5 to 70070 to donate £5
which will pay for soft, comfortable bedding for each Pound Patient whilst they stay with us - a real treat for a street dog.
Text CFAP14£10 to 70070 to donate £10
which will pay for the neutering itself.
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