Sep 10, 2021

Report - Update September 2021 Our beloved pack

Dear Donor 


We are very HAPPY because we were just waiting for this moment to share with you that, with your kind donation we have just sent, among others, a box full with replacement covers for our beloved oldies. 

Times flew and covers needed to be changed because we love to pamper and spoil them as much as we can. They truly deserve it! We love to see and show you the joy that they are living after suffering. 

In addition, we wanted to share with you that one of our oldies WAS ADOPTED! Yes, finally she got a FUREVER home. We are talking about LORENA

She suffered a lot when she was little. When we met her, she had a strong myiasis and many signs of physical abuse on her body, of beatings, hunger and diseases.

A special thank you for your donation to our  project "Improve the life of 270 rescued dogs in Venezuela"  it is much appreciated.

People tend to assume donations have only a monetary value but is not. Such kindness is a true reflection of your humanity and desire to help others.

We appreciate if you consider sharing this project to your friends and family

 

Once again thank you,

Red de Apoyo Canino's Team

Aug 27, 2021

August report

Dear donor

As we write this report there are hundreds of stray dogs suffering CTVT in Venezuelan streets. Unfortunately, each day, treatment is getting more and more expensive and unavailable.

We receive non-government funding. We rely on donations from caring people like you who believe in our labor and kindly support our mission.

Because of that, we have not been able to take care of many more than we currently have funds to and are in queue needing the chemotherapy treatment to save their lives. Even though it is a very important fact, people seem to be more empathic with other caring causes. Therefore, our funds for this particular matter have been very limited.

We keep promoting spay and neuter programs in low income communities to compensate and also prevent CTVT expansion, but still a lot of stray dogs in Venezuelan streets needs CTVT chemotherapy to treat this horrendous disease that takes our dogs lives.

We took care of a strays female dogs that have contracted CTVT in Maracaibo’s Flea Market where our support team can guarantee to have the complete treatment done. They should have, depending on the case, at least 3 or 4 chemotherapy sessions each. Also in our last veterinary care day in Cumana we took care of a few cases of CTVT.

We know you are different, if you would like to save more lives of more homeless stray dogs please consider making a recurrent donation for our Global Givving Project : "Help us stop cancerous tumours in Venezuelan dogs - #37712"  and remember it is always good to spread the word between your family and friends.

 

Thanks for being here, thanks for staying with us …

We thank you for being loyal to Venezuelan animals in need  

 

Carolina

On behalf of Red de Apoyo Canino

Aug 5, 2021

For us, they are NOT INVISIBLE

Hello Dea Donor,

Although we began to believe that COVID-19 was under control, in many South American countries, especially Venezuela, there is still a long way to go to reach that reality.

The precariousness and lack of vaccines show us every day between weeks of flexible and radical mobility established by the government to try to control the pandemic.

On our parte with all pandemic difficulties plus those added by those at the government level, we fight so that the animals and the people linked to them suffer these faults as little as possible.

However, it is not a secret that every day animals need more and that there is not enough awareness or empathy to cover all those needs.

For this reason, we believe that the fact that there are abandoned animals in the streets is a POLITICAL failure but that that cruelty seems normal, is a HUMAN failure.

There is a lack of empathy and awareness about the consequences of abandonment. Fortunately, we have worked for many years and we continue to do so by creating awareness in the communities that have learned to establish bonds with the dogs and cats that live with them, and little by little they have begun to call "community" to replace the term "street".

Weekly we do bring to communities veterinary attention, spay and neuter them and feed them watching over their well-being..

These photos correspond to spay and neuter, feeding and veterinary attention work days during a whole week in Cumana

 

For us, they are NOT INVISIBLE

Please spreae the word

 

Thanks for being part of the solution

Thank you for making them visible to others

Thanks for being here

 
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