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Sauver des chiots


Struggling to Survive

In Thailand, amidst its enchanting culture and bustling streets, a hidden tragedy unfolds - a growing population of feral puppies left to fend for themselves.

Born to stray dogs, they endure a cycle of abandonment, facing daily battles for food, shelter, and healthcare.

Abandoned by pet owners, these young animals must navigate treacherous streets, often becoming victims of traffic accidents due to their inexperience. Their struggle for survival continues as they scavenge for sustenance and battle diseases, all while facing limited access to clean water, veterinary care, and shelter.

Recognizing the urgency of this situation, we are committed to alleviating their suffering. 

Rescuing Ferral puppies

Born in the Undergrowth

Yet another feral Mum with 6 x 3 weeks old puppies were trapped and brought into our Healing Centre. Born in the undergrowth of a large open expanse of wasteland at one of our program Temples. We tracked mum far away when she was pregnant and kept a close watch on her ready to trap her with her pups soon after they'd been born. 

Just in time too, as one puppy's body was sadly found near to the litter, It's possible a snake bit the little one. Mum was trapped the following morning when she went to see her pups in the Temple holding pen. Now they are all reunited.


This is the 2nd mum and pups to be trapped this year (2020) added to the 5 mums and 38 pups trapped and brought in last year.  All 38 pups were adopted and neutered.

outreach team rescuing puppies
Lady rescuing puppies

Saved from the Traffic

We got a call from a kind lady who said 7 small puppies had been dumped on the roadside near her house. We asked her to bring them to us the following morning.

We treated them for lice, which they were covered in and de-wormed them. After we had fed them, they slept and slept and slept! Poor little things were exhausted. 

They are very sweet friendly little pups, all female of course. 

Thrown on the Roadside


Five puppies were abandoned alongside the road just outside the temple. The monk desperately tried to rescue all the puppies who shot into the undergrowth and disappeared. He flagged down a passing vehicle who kindly helped him. All five puppies were safely brought into the Temple puppy pen.

five little puppies eating wearing coats
Puppies abandoned in a box

Covered in Red Ants

8 tiny puppies with their eyes just open and covered in lice were dumped near a busy main road in the heavy rain.


What's worse someone had put food in the box for the puppies that can't even eat. But red fire ants can! They swarmed the food and bit the tiny puppies who were crying in pain.


The people who brought the pups to us worked as quickly as they could to get the ants off. Poor little mites.

Rescued From a Deserted Beach

We found 2 tiny puppies living by a trash bin with rotten food in plastic containers and no sign of water on a deserted beach. Born in the wild they were in great danger from dog bites and careless drivers. We learned their 3 siblings had been run over by passing traffic. Their Mum was no longer very attentive.

They needed to be rescued quickly and given urgent treatment for parasites and their wounds, so we brought them into our healing centre.

Puppies found on the beach
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Found by Tourists

8 puppies were rescued by 2 tourists Ben and Mary from a deserted beach a 100kms from us with nowhere to find food or water.


They were tiny and one had already died. Ben and Mary contacted us to ask for help. After seeing the pictures of the tiny starving puppies, we agreed to take them in. This was the 2nd message we received after they returned to find the pups still in the same place.

Ben and Mary arrived with the 5 tiny pups. 

The good news was 3 pups were adopted from the beach by a local family leaving 5. Ben and Mary also adopted the smallest puppy leaving us with four to care for.

Vous pouvez aider les chiots et les chiens que nous sauvons en cliquant sur le bouton Faire un don ci-dessous.


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