Veterinary treatment for Charlie

Charlie is one of our patients under the Veterinary Treatment programme. One day he appeared in the courtyard of a residential block of flats. He wondered around searching for food, slept under the bushes, hid under the cars and then he got ill.

He was getting worse and worse but people walked past him without paying him any attention.

The only people who did notice him and cared were two ladies who already had dozens of rescue cats in their homes. They tried to help as many as they could (feeding, treating, rehoming) on their very modest income. Despite already having so many cats in their care, they simply couldn’t stand and watch how Charlie was suffering. 

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LAPA's educational programme

Our educational programme for children doesn’t stop in the summer! Our little helper - soft toy dog Ray - helps us educate children how to take care of their pets and communicate with them safely.

Children love learning new skills! Apart from bringing our soft toy Ray to the lessons we use a lot of visual material - pictures, videos. We also play interactive games and chat to the children about their experiences and answer their questions.

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Charity Report for June

Here is our Charity Group’s Report for June 2019:

🐾 Programme “Shelter support” - we provided much needed help - food, treats, meds, anti-parasite treatments, sanitary products - to over 20 shelters

🐾 Programme “Neutering” - we paid for the neutering of 56 animals. This includes 27 dogs (23 female + 4 male) and 29 cats  (23 female + 6 male).

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How we helped Fiji

Beautiful and sweet Fiji lives in a village where there are mainly summer houses/cabins. There are other dogs living there too. In the summer they are fed by several people who spend their summer season living there.

But in the winter there is only one guard there so life is really tough.  The guard feeds them as well as he can and the dogs try to shelter from the cold in the holes they have dug up in the ground under some derelict houses.

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"PAW of Friendship" results

The school year 2018-2019 came to an end at the end of May and we are proud of the results of our educational programme “The PAW of Friendship” this year.

In the past school year we conducted 644 lessons reaching out to 13,053 children.

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Charity report for May

Starting the week on a positive note - our Charity Group’s results for May. It was a busy month!

Project “Shelter support”
We helped 12 shelters and 2 rescue groups. The help included:

  • over 700kg of pet food
  • hundreds of units of vaccines and anti-parasite 🕷treatment which is acutely needed this time of the year
  •  bedding

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Charity report for April

Here are our Charity Group’s consolidated monthly report for April 2019.

Project “Shelter support”
We helped 26 shelters and 2 rescue groups. This help included:

  • the supply of 1,180kg of pet food to provided by an Italian pet food manufacturer Farmina
  •  the supply of 5,000 packages of pet medicine donated to the charity
  •  the purchase of a large dog kennel for Alexin home-based shelter
  •  the supply of bedding material

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Marsha has found home!

We have some amazing Happy End story for you! Do you remember our beautiful Marsha? She and her friends Nadya and Jessie (now Kira) were the first dogs in our new UK Rehoming Programne which we started last year.

After 9 months in foster care Marsha has finally found her forever loving home! And it was worth the wait!!!

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Plyusha at new home

Plyusha is so beautiful she could have easily been a cat model advertising cosy cat beds or gourmet cat food. Her life path turned out to be very different but she has finally found happiness!

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Meet Maxik

Meet Maxik - a tiny kitten found in a Moscow street. His story is about the choices we make in life and their consequences .

Maxik was found alone in a busy and scary place - frightened, crying, exposed to so many dangers. 

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