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Dear animal lovers,
my name is Kong. I live in Siem Reap, Cambodia and my husband and I have been taking care of abandoned and stray animals in our hometown for over 20 years.
We visit the local Buddhist temples where most people abandon unwanted animals. Since no one takes care of these many many cats and dogs we feed them at least once a day, take care of their medical needs and try to find them a new home.
We focus on keeping the population under control by spaying an neutering as many dogs and cats as possible. We provide vaccination, tvt cancer treatment, tick and flea protection, mange (skin disease) treatment, antibiotics, de-worming and we frequently attend to emergencies. We try to give animals in treatment supportive nutrition and vitamins to help them recover quickly.
At the moment we have about 62 dogs and 55 cats of all ages. Our private shelter currently houses 22 cats and 6 dogs who need special attention.
Sadly, we cannot house all of the animals, but we make their life a little more comfortable by taking care of their basic needs.
We do not have any sponsors or funding, we provide all the food ourselves and receive occasional donations from locals and tourists.
Managing feeding and medical cost is a constant battle and raising funds in a country with an average income of 150,- USD is difficult.
The costs of vaccinations are $24,-/dog (2x $12), $36.-/cat (2x $18) and sterilization costs are $25.-/cat, $30.-/male dog, $50.-/female dog.
These prices already include a discount from our affiliated veterinary clinic.
We need 50kg of rice a week, 30kg dry dog food, 20kg dry cat food, 24kg fish, 42kg chicken and about 20 packs of wet cat food that is reserved for kittens and animals in recovery.
Together with medical expenses these are tremendous costs we hope to be able to cover week after week.
Please help us maintain and extend our help to those, who cannot help themselves.
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