Dear Romania Animal Rescue Supporters,
It is with great thanks that I write this to you. RAR is reaching out to more communities than ever before with our free spay/neuter programs, called "spayathons". The demand is ever increasing as well for our highly skilled vet team, the Dream Team, to travel to more communities to provide help.
Currently there is a mobile clinic fundraiser for RAR that will help us to reach some of the most remote villages near Bucharest and Craiova. With this clinic we will be able to spay/neuter approximately 25 animals per day and provide veterinary treatments in areas that would otherwise have no help for their pets.
New campaigns have been done, as well as returning campaigns, in Adjud, Miroslava Village, Barlad, Bacau, Sighetu, Buzau, Cluj, Moreni, Tecuci, Vatra Dornei, Bucharest Villages, and Craiova are insight for us. We are planning a cat spayathon at the Homeless Animals Hospital in late June or early July, funding permitting. Miroslava and Iasi are in need of cat spays (the city of Iasi provides free spay/neuter for stray dogs, but not for cats).
As the enlightenment and word of our great vets and wonderful work expands, so does the demand. I hope you can help us to spay/neuter more cats in Romania. They deserve the help.....no more unwanted kittens to be abandoned and suffer, this is our goal.
Thank you kind friends!
Romania Animal Rescue is reaching out with education to more and more places! Education books have been sent to Arad, Sighetu, Barlad, Bucau, and Craiova. Often accompanying our spayathon actions in towns and villages, these books complete a circle of education and animal welfare.
Carmen in Buzau has asked for books for her community as well and we hope to start an education campaign for the school children she teaches in Buzau.
Our Homeless Animals Hospital in Craiova invites high school students and their teachers Carmen and Otilia to come to the clinic, allowing students the opportunity to listen to animal heart beats through a stethescope, view ultrasounds, xrays, and get hands-on experience with animals in need. Our goal is to set a new standard for animal welfare and well-being, with the hopes that these students will choose to become a vet or nurse as their career.
Along with our education book program, RAR promotes and sponsors veterinary training education. We currently are sponsoring a vet from Slatina, Dr. Nae Cornel, for an internship at the Homeless Animals Hospital for a month. Following this, we hope to send Dr. Cornel for the intense Veterinary Training Camp program, sponsored by Romania Animal Rescue, so that he will learn keyhole incision surgeries for spaying, minimally invasive surgical techniques, anesthesia protocol, and pain management.
Thank you for helping Romania Animal Rescue with our many goals and projects. We are currently in the process of fundraising for a mobile clinic to reach out to even more extremely poor villages, where spay/neuter and education is vital. I hope you can support us with your donation so that we can print even more education books to start programs in poor villages.
Thank you freinds!
Romania Animal Rescue is continuing our hard work of spaying and neutering the dogs to stop the abandonment of puppies, in heat females, and pregnant females. Our work is vital to stop the suffering, injuries, diseases and deaths of literally millions of unwanted dogs. Your donations of help make this possible, and we thank you with all our hearts!
Recently we have had campaigns in Bacau, Iasi, Miroslava Village, Bucharest Villages, Vatra Dornei, Plopeni, Craiova, Adjud, Bistrita, Moreni, Tecuci, and we are planning to return to Cluj, Barlad, Bacau, Tecuci, Ramnicu Sarat, Buzau, Craiova, Moreni, Bucharest Villages, Vatra Dornei, Miroslava Village in the next 2 months. Our massive Craiova Spayathon in May will greet many international volunteers who are traveling to help us with the over 600 animals that we will be spaying and neutering.
In February, Global Giving's representative Kelly Zug visited the clinic in Craiova and volunteered in a spay day. RAR was honored that our Homeless Animals Hospital project was then chosen as Global Givings "Project of the Month" for March!
I would like to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of you who donate to our spay and neuter program. RAR is renowned in Romania as The Charity that provides excellent spays and neuters, free of charge, to the public to prevent abandonment and unwanted suffering. Thanks to you, it is working. I hope you will continue your support.