Animal Rescue Cambodia

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Animal Rescue Cambodia

As some of you know, we recently travelled to Asia and stopped off in various destinations, one of which was Cambodia! Whilst we loved every precious second seeing the beautiful sights of Siem Reap, our hearts were equally torn when we discovered that the streets were inundated with street dogs and cats! Our eyes were completely opened to the misery and suffering of each and every animal. Some seriously emaciated, some with chronic skin conditions, and some just roaming the roads looking for food, love and affection! When we arrived back home, I couldn’t stop thinking that while some dogs/cats are tucked up in their warm houses at night with owners who love them, there are thousands out there being sold every second in the meat trade as they are seen as nothing more than a piece of flesh, being abused in the hands of humanity! Most of these cats and dogs live in areas which are on busy, dangerous roads. They often roam in search of food or a mate, resulting in death, or serious injuries! Others are caught, rammed in tiny unsuitable cages and are beaten, killed and eaten. Since being home, we have thought about how we can help make a difference! Albeit, we know it won’t put an end to the suffering, but what we can do is raise money that would help, even if it’s just a handful! We have decided to climb the highest mountain in Wales - Snowdon, and we ask you to join us by making a small donation to our chosen charity - Animal Rescue Cambodia. The charities mission is to create sustainable animal welfare in Cambodia, and end suffering for Cambodian street cats and dogs. They are committed to sustainable and long-lasting change and work closely with communities to educate residents on feeding, sterilizing and medicating the animals.Stray animals dominate Cambodia’s streets, and the problem continues to rise. The local community is often unable to care for the animals, which has lead to an increase in the spread of disease, and a trend to sell animals to the cruel and barbaric meat trade.Animal Rescue Cambodia are dedicated to tackling overpopulation and operate a sustainable spay/neuter program in targeted areas. They often come across animals that require immediate veterinary care, and take responsibility of rehabilitating each animal so they can find a forever home. Please find it in your hearts to make a small donation, and make a difference to someone’s life! Thank you you for taking the time to read.   

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My name is Christina and I’m hoping to raise funds for Animal Rescue Cambodia. I’m a volunteer with this amazing organization and want to further support their efforts to rescue and rehabilitate cats and dogs in Cambodia. ARC rescues, spays/neuters, fixes all manner of health issues, fosters/adopts, and generally cares for all the animals they can.  

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Dog Days in Cambodia For most dogs & cats, it’s all about survival. With millions of wild dogs & cats living amongst the country’s mainly rural population, rabies infection and death of residents are all too common. Combining vaccinations, de-sexing operations and education is the focus of the animal welfare groups in the Kingdom. A recent high-profile rabies-death of a 10-year old girl who was infected from a cat bite has resulted in an opportunity to help the 20,000 residents and the dogs & cats of Silk Island near the capital of Phnom Penh. Three of Phnom Penh’s veterinary clinics, PPAWS www.ppaws.com, #2 and #3 have been invited by the Buddhist Monks on Silk Island to come to the Pagoda and provide free vaccinations, spaying and neutering services, and education to residents. Although there are no veterinary services on the island, the Monks do their best to provide refuge and care to the hundreds of abandoned dogs & cats that are brought to the Pagoda. The 4-day Silk Island project will involve a volunteer team of 20 between veterinarians, vet technicians and support staff, with the goal of vaccinating every dog & cat possible and de-sexing 40 animals per day. The cost of medical supplies, travel and accommodation for the Silk Island project is $5250.00 USD. If you share my passion for helping dogs & cats and would like to contribute to the Silk Island project, please follow the steps to donate here.   If you need to discuss with me further please contact me at deborah.porteous@gmail.com or WhatsApp 416-414-1903. If you’d rather contribute to the ongoing work of the Phnom Penh Animal Welfare Society (PPAWS) here is a summary of what we do: PPAWS www.ppaws.com is a registered non-profit NGO providing veterinary and animal welfare services in Phnom Penh, Cambodia since 2011. Our team includes 4 veterinarians, a veterinarian technician, 3 animal and facility support staff, a receptionist and social media manager, finance manager and team of volunteers. Every day we do our best to rescue dogs that are destined for the dog meat trade, and contain the spread of rabies, parvovirus, mange, distemper, and tick fever, which are all common in Cambodia. • We provide Veterinary Services:Free Spay & Neutering​​; De-worming, flea & tic treatments; Vaccinations; ​​​Rabies and Mange Treatments; Surgery & Hospitalization​​; Cancer Treatment; Amputation; ​​​Euthanasia• We find loving homes for dogs and cats through our pet adoption and foster home programs.• We work with monks in many of the Cambodia’s Pagodasand rural animal welfare groups, supporting them in their traditional role of caring for stray or abandoned animals.• We teach people how to care for, train and provide a loving home for their pets.  

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Dog Days in Cambodia For most dogs & cats, it’s all about survival. With millions of wild dogs & cats living amongst the country’s mainly rural population, rabies infection and death of residents are all too common. Combining vaccinations, de-sexing operations and education is the focus of the animal welfare groups in the Kingdom. A recent high-profile rabies-death of a 10-year old girl who was infected from a cat bite has resulted in an opportunity to help the 20,000 residents and the dogs & cats of Silk Island near the capital of Phnom Penh. Three of Phnom Penh’s veterinary clinics, PPAWS www.ppaws.com, #2 and #3 have been invited by the Buddhist Monks on Silk Island to come to the Pagoda and provide free vaccinations, spaying and neutering services, and education to residents. Although there are no veterinary services on the island, the Monks do their best to provide refuge and care to the hundreds of abandoned dogs & cats that are brought to the Pagoda. The 4-day Silk Island project will involve a volunteer team of 20 between veterinarians, vet technicians and support staff, with the goal of vaccinating every dog & cat possible and de-sexing 40 animals per day. The cost of medical supplies, travel and accommodation for the Silk Island project is $5250.00 USD. If you share my passion for helping dogs & cats and would like to contribute to the Silk Island project, please follow the steps to donate here.   If you need to discuss with me further please contact me at deborah.porteous@gmail.com or WhatsApp 416-414-1903. If you’d rather contribute to the ongoing work of the Phnom Penh Animal Welfare Society (PPAWS) here is a summary of what we do: PPAWS www.ppaws.com is a registered non-profit NGO providing veterinary and animal welfare services in Phnom Penh, Cambodia since 2011. Our team includes 4 veterinarians, a veterinarian technician, 3 animal and facility support staff, a receptionist and social media manager, finance manager and team of volunteers. Every day we do our best to rescue dogs that are destined for the dog meat trade, and contain the spread of rabies, parvovirus, mange, distemper, and tick fever, which are all common in Cambodia. • We provide Veterinary Services:Free Spay & Neutering​​; De-worming, flea & tic treatments; Vaccinations; ​​​Rabies and Mange Treatments; Surgery & Hospitalization​​; Cancer Treatment; Amputation; ​​​Euthanasia• We find loving homes for dogs and cats through our pet adoption and foster home programs.• We work with monks in many of the Cambodia’s Pagodasand rural animal welfare groups, supporting them in their traditional role of caring for stray or abandoned animals.• We teach people how to care for, train and provide a loving home for their pets.  

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Dear friends,This December I will run my first 10K race, at the historic Angkor Wat temples in Cambodia. While I don't consider myself to be a runner, I am excited to take part in this race as it raises money for victims of landmines who have lost their limbs and livelihoods to remnants of war. Fees for the race will go towards providing them with prosthetic limbs, social reintegration programs, and other relevant programs for education and HIV/AIDs prevention.  To double my impact, I have decided to also raise money for a local animal welfare non-profit organization here in Phnom Penh, Animal Rescue Cambodia. Since I moved to Cambodia in August, I have been devastated to see the prevalence of stray, diseased, malnourished animals roaming the streets. This is not unusual in parts of the world where animal welfare ranks secondary to issues surrounding human health, poverty, and education. Animal Rescue Cambodia seeks to improve animal welfare and end the dog meat trade in Cambodia through outreach and neutering programs. The shelter also temporarily houses animals, like the 39 cats recently rescued from a pagoda, and works to find foster and permanent homes for the animals. As with other causes I support, I am attracted to this organization's sustainable approach, as outlined by its mission statement below. I hope you will support me in helping to end the dog meat trade in Cambodia. You can read more about it below in the Khmer Times."Creating Sustainable Animal WelfareAnimal welfare is still at its infancy in Cambodia. Animals are often considered as a nuisance, food, or as property. There is a lack of knowledge and understanding about how to care for animals, and consequently there are high rates of abuse and neglect, and dogs and cats are often sold for meat.Our mission is to create sustainable animal welfare in Cambodia, and end suffering for Cambodian street cats and dogs.We are committed to sustainable and long-lasting change in Cambodia, and work closely with local communities.Our approach:tackling overpopulation through neutering programs,educating local communities and schools about animal welfare, andimproving the quality of veterinary care through training.Changing human behavior is the key to our motivation, as it is the only way to truly improve the future of Cambodian street animals."You can read more about the dog meat trade in Cambodia, here: https://www.khmertimeskh.com/50513702/frank-discussion-on-dog-meat/  

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I found out about Animal Rescue Cambodia just over a year ago. Being an animal lover myself, I'm so, so grateful for all the work they do. Animal Rescue Cambodia dedicate their lives to prevent the suffering of street animals here in Cambodia, but just as important to them, is to educate the locals in animal welfare for a better future for everyone. I'm so happy to say that Animal Rescue Cambodia have joined forces with the Angkor Wat International Half marathon!So here is my chance to raise money to help their cause.Please help me to support them! I'm going to run the 21km (half marathon)... something I've never achieved before... So ANY, ANY donation...really doesn't matter how much...would be warmly welcomed.Woof Woof and Meaooooow Thank you  

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I’m raising money for Animal Rescue Cambodia by running the Angkor Wat 10k on December 2! Please help me reach my goal by donating here. All money raised will go to helping the animals! Visit ar-cambodia.com to learn more about the organization. Thanks!UPDATE: So far we have raised enough to neuter six animals, or to support ten animals who are recovering in the ARC center. Thanks so much to everyone who has already donated!  

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Hi everyone! Thanks for visiting my fundraising page.On December 2nd, I  will be running in the Angkor Wat  Intl Half Marathon event through some of the most iconic temples in the world! I'm doing this for a cause that is very close to my heart and I hope you'll support me...I will be running for the animals suffering on the streets with all funds going to an amazing organisation - Animal Rescue Cambodia.It’s difficult to explain what animals go through in Cambodia to people who haven’t been to this part of the world and it has been so shocking to see it for myself the past few months. This is a place where strays are everywhere you look, there are absolutely no animal welfare laws, dogs & cats are snatched off the street for meat and many are abused. It’s been very upsetting seeing animals on the brink of death but also so fulfilling to work with the team at ARC to get these animals back to good health and to find them loving forever homes. Check out their website  (www.ar-cambodia.com) see all of the incredible work they do and if you have a dollar or two, please please donate! Every cent fundraised will go towards neutering/spaying, outreach in local communities/pagodas and education & training for local vets. I have seen first hand the amazing work that this organisation does and promise it is worth supporting. Profits for the marathon itself also go towards landmine victims and for a children’s hospital! I would be so thankful if you supported me and the animals of Cambodia on this one.  Thank you so so much <3   

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