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Adoption Events and December 2015 Results

In the first 18 days of December 2015 BAGIRA group of volunteers took into their homes 31 animals to foster, a few puppy litters and adult dogs are being cared for by the group (food is provided by BAGIRA).

Volunteers foster the animals in their homes (usually small flats) and the financial support is provided by people like you.

Unfortunately,  this month’s adoption events  were not very successful.  The past 2 events none of the animals found their homes.

Look at the volunteers and animals standing outside for hours during adoption events:

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Adoption events are organized by the volunteers who foster homeless animals. All animals are previously dewormed and vetted.

This work cannot be done without your help!

Please make a small donation to BAGIRA group.  Anything will go a long way.

Thank you and happy holiday!

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BAGIRA  is an organization that exists and works directly off of the donations received from general public. All Volunteers and organizers of this group are working as unpaid volunteers and all proceeds go to cover the cost of medications, transportation, food and surgeries. 

Injured mama dog

Today 2 volunteers form BAGIRA group went to visit a stray injured mama dog with her puppies.
The place where the dog is located is outside the city with no access to food. The girls brought a pot of freshly cooked food which was gone in a few minutes after the mama dog started eating it.

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The puppies are still nursing and are weak.  After the dog ate the volunteers were able to put some warm blankets into the place where the dog sleeps.

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As you can see, it is a very tight space just beneath the ground level. Currently nobody can foster this family, despite all the post online and pleas nobody could take the dog family in.  So the volunteers are doing what they can to make them survive by bringing them food and blankets.

When the mama dog was fed and saw that these people did not mean harm she allowed to have her wound treated.

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As you can see the volunteers go far and beyond to save animals  even when it means to ask for donations, cook  5 kilogram of food and drive a few kilometers away from the city to feed the dog family.

Please donate towards this group, anything will go a long way.

Thank you!

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Name change – SV became BAGIRA

The SV group had to change its name to BAGIRA Sterlitamak. The decision was made due to constant pressure from the public of the city who assumed that if the group is called “Volunteers” they would have to take in and save all the animals in the city.

The group is still all volunteer based. The logo was changed to accommodate the name change:

 

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Please donate towards this group, anything will go a long way.

Thank you!

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Spinning kitten

A few days ago SV group received online post about little snow white kitten with blue eyes living on the street. The worried Samaritan wanted to make sure the kitten was safe before temperatures outside dropped (and they did, now it is snowing, yes, in October!)

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One of the Volunteers went to  the meet with the lady who caught this kitten and her orange tabby brother.  Both were taken into their foster home followed by a vet check up.  As usual they had flee infestation, bloated bellies and ear infection.

The same day foster mom started noticing that snow white kitten was making circles as if her head was dizzy and she was spinning in one spot instead of walking (video).

The vet prescribed treatment which will be 4 shots a day for 40 days!  Snow white (let’s call her that name) is crying and not liking the treatment. She had stomach issues after the first set of shots and did not eat anything, but 2 days later she is doing mush better and her movement has improved. She is not spinning that much and walks almost normally.  See the video.

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These kittens are two of many the Volunteers is caring for.

Please donate towards this group, anything will go a long way.

Thank you!

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Litter of 8 puppies in the dumpster

 A litter of 8 puppies left to die by the dumpster. 

The Volunteers is caring for a few litters of puppies at any given time and today we found another litter of newborn puppies right next to a dumpster. They were tossed like a trash to die. All black puppies, 8 altogether, but only 6 survived for far. When the Volunteers arrived to the spot 2 puppies were already dead.

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This is how the puppies were found, in a blanket by the dumpster in below zero temperatures.
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One of the dead puppies was found like this.
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Newborn puppies from the dumpster at their foster home

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Puppies are fed and asleep in their foster home

The puppies are being bottle fed by our volunteers, one of them is a skilled foster mom who nursed back to life a few litters already; she is just 12-years old!

I cannot comprehend the thought process of people who are able to discard a living helpless being like that! But I am happy to see that good hearted people are everywhere and we can help the helpless and speak for the ones who are not able to speak for themselves!

We will be posting more updates about the puppies. We all hope that they will grow strong and find their loving parents.

If you would like to help these puppies please donated via the link below with the note “for puppies”. All proceeds are going to provide food and medical attention to the animals in need.

Thank you!

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Sterlitamak Volunteers is an organization that exists and works directly off of the donations received from general public. All Volunteers and organizers of this group are working as unpaid volunteers and all proceeds go to cover the cost of medications, transportation, food and surgeries. 

20 abandoned puppies

SV group received a call about over 20 puppies living in the outskirts of the town (Sterlitamak, Russia). When Volunteers came to assess the situation they were shocked to see approximately 20 PUPPIES of all ages and sizes living in the woods with almost no shelter! We do not know the exact number of puppies because they some of them hide when they hear human voices. Two women who found the puppies first had been feeding the puppies daily but when they could not keep up, these ladies called SV group for help.

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SV group has found homes for 6 puppies so far. Two smallest puppies  out of this bunch have been taken to their foster home today, because they are very weak and would not survive in such cold temperatures.

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Two sister twins 

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Now in foster home:

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The rest of the puppies are in need of foster homes right now and daily food supplies.  They have makeshift shelter and the Volunteers brought warm blankets and rags to make their puppy cave warmer.  All blankets and warm clothes as well as food is donated by the citizens of Sterlitamak.

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Donation of warm blankets and clothes for the puppies
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Insulating the den with warm clothes and blankets

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SV group is trying everything possible to save  animal lives and while they might be expendable to others, for Sterlitamak Volunteers and many other good hearted people these lives are priceless and we will do everything to save them!

We will be posting more updates about the puppies. The SV group is in need of food, pee pads, warm used blankets and clothes for the puppies.

If you would like to help these puppies please donated via the link below with the note “for puppies”. All proceeds are going to provide food, pee pads and medical attention for the animals in need.

Thank you!

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Update – Cat with a string

SV group rescued this poor cat with a string embedded into his body (see earlier posts). We do not know what happened to him. After treatment and a lot of love this boy is ready for his forever home.

Kolya (SV group gave him this name) is doing well. He is probably 1 year old and a very large cat. His wounds are healing nicely and he is just full of love to give. We hope to find very good parents for him.

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Please help us rescue more animals in need. It is not very hard to do. By donating just a few dollars you can save a life. Any amount will go a long way in Russia. For example: cost of a spay/neuter surgery for cats is just $6-8, cost of spay surgery for dogs is $25.

SV group is receiving no help from the government and all Volunteers who save animals, foster injured and homeless animals in their own homes. Most of the Volunteers of the group are teenagers who work on volunteer basis without pay after school and during school breaks. They are doing amazing work and it shows! Only for the fist month of 2015 SV group has rescued over 40 homeless injured animals and provided food for 3 litters of homeless puppies!

The food, medications, and cost of vet services are covered by donations.

Please be a part of a good deed and donate.

Thank you!

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Sterlitamak Volunteers is an organization that exists and works directly off of the donations received from general public. All Volunteers and organizers of this group are working as unpaid volunteers and all proceeds go to cover the cost of medications, transportation, food and surgeries for homeless animals. 

Update – 1 out of 5 puppies survived

Lapa is the one out of five homeless puppy who survived from the cruelty and stupidity of certain humans (see our previous posts).

Now Lapa is in good hands and gaining weight slowly.

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One day into the treatment. All her siblings died at that point.

 

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Here is Lapa now.

 

Lapa is struggling psychologically. She is a very shy scared timid puppy. She has a fear of closed doors and cannot sleep in a room without the light. She is being cared for in her foster home by Angelina (foster mom). We hope she will be healed soon physically and emotionally.

Please help us raise money to cover the cost of food for Lapa.  Please help us help more animals in need.

Any amount will go a long way!

Please donate! Thank you!

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Sterlitamak Volunteers is an organization that exists and works directly off of the donations received from general public. All Volunteers and organizers of this group are working as unpaid volunteers and all proceeds go to cover the cost of medications, transportation, food and surgeries. 

Update – Cat with a string (Graphic Images)

The young cat was found this week with string imbedded deep into the skin around the neck and under the front legs.

After removing the the string, the vet decided not to stitch the wounds and  let them heal on their own with application of antibacterial ointments and regular shots of antibiotics.

He was someone’s pet before as his foster mom says. He is very thick and clean. Except for the unfortunate wounds on his body, overall he is a healthy young male cat who has already been  potty trained.

We hope he gets well soon and will start looking for his forever home.

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Please help us save more homeless animals in need. Any amount will go a long way.

Please donate.

Thank you!

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Cat with a string (Graphic Images)

Today SV group found a stray cat in horrible condition.

The cat is in a lot of pain and has open wounds caused by string tightened arounds its body. The string is imbedded into the cat’s skin making it a gruesome scene. The odor coming from the wounds is unbearable which means the cat has been in this condition for a few days.

Please be advised that the images are graphic.

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The cat is in pain whenever you touch the string. The vet visit is schedule for tomorrow morning to remove the string and stitch the wounds.

The cat seems to be clean and well fed, the cat has good weight and good coat.

SV group started a fundraise for this cat. Any amount will go a long way. More post will follow.

Please donate.

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1 out of 5 puppies survived

This story happened just before Christmas 2014.

SV group received urgent plea for help about 3 survived puppies (there were 5 initially) on December 24th.  According to a good samaritan, the puppies were fostered by a family who could no longer take care of them and they got rid of them by abandoning puppies in the woods further away from the town without food, water and shelter in below zero temperatures.

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As you can see the puppies were very malnourished and could barely stand on their own.  We do not know whether the “foster parents” (if they can be even called that) were feeding the puppies.

On December 24, 2014 the puppies were brought to one of the Volunteers homes.  All 3 puppies were shaking and lethargic, could not stand on their feet.  IV fluids were given right away.

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Half an hour after the puppies arrived 2 puppies passed away. The only survived puppy was in a critical condition.  After failed attempts to ask social media followers to help with  transportation to take the puppy to the vet clinic, the Volunteer who fostered the puppy took the crate with the dying puppy on a bus and brought her to the vet.

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The volunteer carying the puppy to the clinic.
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At the vet

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The puppy turned out to be a girl. She was given necessary IV fluids and medications. The treatment continued at foster home.

Meanwhile the tiny bodies of 2 puppies who previously passed away had to be buried (the vet clinics do not provide cremation services). In order to properly burry the puppies SV group wrote a post on social media website asking for any volunteers to take them to the animal cremation center (located a few miles away from the town) or dig a grave for them. Nobody responded. The organizer of SV group and some of the Volunteers drove to the cremation center on New Year Eve. The weather was very brutal that day.

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The box with dead puppies was left in front of the animal cremation center (the facility was closed that day)

The survived puppy is doing better now. She is a very smart and polite dog. She can walk around her crate and now goes outside to potty. When her foster mom at school, she is very quiet and uses a pee pad. She also started eating on her own and gained some weight.  She learned how to give a paw and she was named Lapa (which means “paw” in Russian).

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Lapa and her foster mommy Angelina

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Lapa is a shy puppy but we know that when she is all well and healthy we will find great parents for her and she will blossom into a playful and happy puppy as she should be.

This is a very sad story with a happy ending for 1 puppy out of 5! We wished we had saved them all but the help came too late.

Please make it your resolution for 2015 to help animals in need. If you see or hear about animal abuse, please report, stop the abuse and help the animal in need. WE ARE THEIR VOICES AND WE CAN SAVE THEM!

Sterlitamak Volunteers is an organization that exists and works directly off of the donations received from general public. All Volunteers and organizers of this group are working as unpaid volunteers and all proceeds go to cover the cost of medications, transportation, food and surgeries. 

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Update – Kitten with a broken jaw (Button)

The kitten is doing great! The Volunteers named her “Button” (or Pugovka – in Russian) because of her make-shift wiring. The swelling on the jaws has subsided and now she can eat on her own.  Also the rotten odor that was coming from her jaws is gone.

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Meet Button

 

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Button is receiving shots of antibiotics daily and all her stitches are being disinfected after feeding.

The only problem Button faces is the emotional: when she  hears male’s voice, she starts crying very loudly.  We suspect that whoever physically abused her was a male.  The good news is that Button is in good hands and we hope that she will soon recover physically as well as emotionally.

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Button is a very polite lovely cat, she uses her litter box, eats well on her own and snoozes all day long.  After her complete recovery the Volunteers will be looking for her forever home.

Please help us make a difference in  lives of many animals like Button.  Please donate.  Any amount will go a long way in Russia.

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Update – Kitten with a broken jaw

The kitten with a broken jaw had a surgery this morning (December 29, 2014) and it went fine. The night before the surgery the kitten ate on her own but when it tried to lick its whiskers after the dinner the kitten cried with pain.

Kitten with a  broken jaw eating on her own. A day before surgery.
Kitten with a broken jaw eating on her own. A day before surgery.

In the morning the vet performed a surgery. The jaw was broken and had to be put into its place. The check up also showed that the kitten  has head injury.  Also both front paws missing 2 claws on each side, looks like they were torn out while the kitten was fighting for her life.  The paws are infected and now the kitten is on antibiotics.

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After the surgery, December 29, 2014
After the surgery, December 29, 2014

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After the surgery the kitten woke up and tried to take off protective collar. The kitten is being fed via syringe with puréed food. The stitches should be removed in 2 weeks.

We hope that everything goes well and our little feisty kitten will get better soon! We also want to thank the vet who only charged us 300 rubles or $5.50 for the surgery!

The kitten is in need of good food like Royal Canine Recovery and medications to boost her health.

If you would like to help, please donate. Any amount will go a long way in Russia!

If you do not have a paypal account, please follow “Donate” link and below you can find a link to donate with a credit card. 

Thank you!

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Kitten with a broken jaw

This morning (December 28, 2014) a good samaritan found this little kitten on the way to work outside, the temperature in Sterlitamak (Russia) is 11F or -12C. The lady went to the store and bought dry cat food but as soon as she tried to feed the kitten, she could see the horrible condition of this animal.

The kitten had a broken jaw apparently because the jaws are not aligned and the mouth is not closing, also there is blood on its face.

This kitten was found on December 28, 2014
This kitten was found on December 28, 2014
Kitten with a broken jaw and signs of abuse was found on the streets of Sterlitamak, Russia. Outside temperatures: 11F or  -12C
Kitten with a broken jaw and signs of abuse was found on the streets of Sterlitamak, Russia. Outside temperatures: 11F or -12C

SV group took the kitten to their foster care later today. Right now the kitten is in a warm crate being fed soft cat food. The vet is scheduled to make a house call tomorrow morning to assess and diagnose the kitten’s condition.

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At foster home. The kitten cannot fully close the mouth and cannot eat because of the broken jaw.

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We all hope that the kitten gets healthy and vet’s prognosis for its recovery will be promising.

SV group started a fundraiser to help offset the vet expenses.

If you would like to help, please donate. Any amount will go a long way in Russia!

If you do not have a paypal account, please follow “Donate” link and below you can find a link to donate with a credit card. 

Thank you!

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Spay and Neuter by SV

Sterlitamak Volunteers are working hard to help reduce the population of homeless animals and find them good owners.

This week we scheduled spay and neuter surgeries for 3 dogs and 7 cats. The surgeries take place at the house of the SV leader and foster mom – Tamara.  Although it is a very simple makeshift clinic that might not follow all medical standards but it is the best possible option to have all foster animals together at the same place during after working hours.

The vet who was performing the surgeries is a well known in town and she worked for 5 hours straight.  In the meantime the Volunteers who foster animals had conversations over some sweets and tea.

It it is small group  of Volunteers with big hearts who do great things for well being of animals and society.

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The small number of volunteers talk over some tea while the vet is performing surgeries

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10 homeless  animals were sterilized today:

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All these cats and dogs will be looking for their forever homes after the stitches are taken out in 10 days.  After being spaying and neutered they will have more chances of getting a home.

We need to schedule more surgeries for more cats, some of them are already pregnant and need urgent spaying.

Each surgery is about $14. The SV group receives no help from the government at all.  Each ruble and dollar is raised by Volunteers.

Please help us raise funds for the much needed spay and neuter surgeries and give homeless animals hope of finding a forever home.

Each dollar counts! Please help today tomorrow might be too late.

Thank you!

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Abused kittens in a plastic bag

This happened today at one of the construction sites in Sterlitamak, Russia:

2  female kittens were found in a closed plastic bag. When the Volunteers saw the condition the kittens were in, it really broke everyone’s heart! As the results of a vet examination showed both kittens were beaten,  one has lost the eye, both have one broken leg and they both have hernias.

We are raising funds for urgent surgeries to remove hernias, fix 2 legs and provide medication and food for the recovery process.

Please help! Any amount will go a long way!

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Cases of animal abuse are happening every day in Russia. And government is doing nothing, often contributing to the animal cruelty by approving laws that allow shooting homeless animals!

We are fighting every day to save as many as we can.  We are regular people like you – with jobs, families and problems. Sterlitamak Volunteers operates as a Volunteer organization without any shelter or help from the government, strictly on donations received from people.

Puppy hit by a car – UPDATE

The puppy is doing well after the surgery! The surgery was complicated and lasted for 3 hours but the puppy’s pelvis has been fixed.

The puppy was able to defecate right before the surgery which decreased the risks during surgery.

Most of the money for the surgery was raised by SV Volunteers. The total price for the surgery was $200. Now the puppy needs food and medicine to help recover.

Please donate with the note “for the puppy”. Any amount will go a long way.

Thank you

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Puppy hit by a car – Update

We received the news about the puppy’s condition and it is not really good. The pelvis is broken and one of the broken bones is obstructing the big intestine preventing the puppy from defecating. The puppy is suffering and whimpering because she has not popped for a week now.

The vet proposed to have enema done and a surgery to fix the bone after which the puppy will have a 50/50 chance of survival, but we will have to try! Otherwise, the puppy will die within a few weeks.

Right now the Volunteers are trying to give  puppy an enema to help relieve the pain.

We have started the fundraiser for the surgery, food and medication for the puppy (it is a girl as we found out), she will also need to be spayed during the surgery.

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Please help this young puppy live! The surgery needs to be urgent.  Every dollar will count and will go a long way!

Thank you!

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Puppy hit by a car

This week Sterlitamak Volunteers received a message from a lady who noticed a stray puppy crying on the side of the road. The puppy was in the area since September and an ad was created to find him a new home.

She took him into a shed by her house and emailed SV group asking for help. Th puppy was whimpering and could not get up on his legs.
The rural area where the accident happened is 20 minute ride from Sterlitamak, Russia. In spite of the late night, there volunteers to help this poor dog and people drove to the place and took him to temporary shelter, where it is warm (right now the temperature in that area is 14F or -10C at night!!!) and there is food and water provided.

Next day the puppy was taken to get x-rays done and now we are waiting for the vet to come over and assess his condition. The vet clinic does not have x-ray equipment and the vet clinic closes early, so the vet makes house calls for  200 rubles or $4.50.

The puppy is eating and drinking water, can urinate but not able to defecate – he whimpers when he wants to go. The x-ray technician said that there is something wrong with his pelvis and the right thigh. We are waiting on the news from the vet’s visit and will be posting the verdict later.

For now we wanted to start a fundraiser for this puppy to help him get better.

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Bill for the x-ray 500 rubles or $12
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At the x-ray clinic

I will be making more posts about the puppy to inform about his progress. As you can see even $5 can help tremendously, so please donate to help this puppy.  This is one of many homeless and stray dogs wondering the streets of Russia and we can help, maybe not all but we can start by saving one at a time!

 

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Young Sterlitamak Volunteers

This post is to provide a glimpse into work of the Sterlitamak Volunteers. The volunteers are mothers, fathers, teenagers, students, elementary, middle and high school kids with their parents who support what they do ever single day – saving animal lives.

Despite homework, school, work, chores, and other problems of day-to-day life, the Volunteers devote their time and big hearts to homeless animals. As I have mentioned in my previous posts, in addition to taking animals from the streets and nursing them back to health, the Volunteers organize Adoption Events. These events take place outside of a Mobile Phone store near a local market. The management  of the store allowed the Volunteers to occupy a small space by the porch. They do not have any tent or seats, just the crates with fostered animals which they transport themselves from different parts of town and the country. Adoption Events usually run from 10 am to 6 pm. The Volunteers are on their feet for over 6 hours at a time without any shelter!

Adoption Events are hosted 3-4 times a week all year long! In Russia winter weather sets in around mid October and lasts until mid April. Summer weather lasts for just over 2 months. From June to September 1st school kids are on summer break. Some of them enjoy the hot wether but others, like our Volunteers, take care of homeless animals and organizing Adoption Events.

Please see a few pictures of Sterlitamak Volunteers at the Adoption Events:

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Yes, it is very cold in the winter and Volunteers keep animals warm by wrapping them into warm blankets or tucking them inside their jackets.

The summer season is almost over now and many Volunteers will go back to school on September 1st. Unlike their school mates, Volunteers did not have time to rest this summer.

For example, just this week 2 Volunteers brought a former stray dog to be spayed. They already found a home for the dog in the country side, an hour away from the vet clinic.  The cost of transportation for the animals was paid by these girls. The dog weighs over 40 lb! These 2 Volunteers had a foster cat also who needed stitches removed after a surgery.

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As a result only this year Sterlitamak Volunteers found homes for 575 animals, please see pictures here.

As of today, 144 homeless animals were spayed and neutered, please see pictures here.

Everything from transportation charges/gas to vet bills, medications and food for animals is either fund raised by Volunteers or comes out of their pockets!  The Volunteers who are in high school don’t do it for Community Work credits, we simply do not have this type of requirement in our school system.

This shows a strong devotion to the cause of saving animal lives!

Please support Sterlitamak Volunteers by donating a small amount which will go a long way! Please share!

Thank you!

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Foster Home of one of the Sterlitamak Volunteers

Sterlitamak is one of the cities in Russia.

A group of its citizens decided to join their efforts and volunteer to save, sterilize, cure, find homes for hundreds of stray animals roaming streets of the city.

One of such Volunteers is a woman named Florida.  She is currently fostering 13 kittens and 12 grown cats.

All of these kittens were taken from the street, some of them were born homeless.  For example, only this week one of the volunteers found a box with 6 black three-week old kittens abandoned near a school yard.  They were taken to Florida’s foster and she is bottle feeding them.

Mostly, all found animals are sick with parasites, viral deceases, sometimes they are wounded severely.  All of them have different stories and hopefully all will have a happy ending. At least this is what we all work for.

Medication, food, visits to vet and everything else is provided by the group’s funds. These funds are donations received from people.

When animals are healthy and of age, Volunteers take them to adoption events to find them a new home.  Also, SV group raises money for spaying and neutering.

Sterlitamak Volunteers do not have a designated shelter, so they try to find foster homes and forever homes right away. Unfortunately,  not many people are open to foster sick animals, so Volunteers have their apartments filled with 10 or more animals at a time!

Please look at the pictures of Florida’s foster care:

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The Volunteers are regular people like you. Please join us and contribute to saving animals!

Please help us to save lives and donate at least $5. It will go a long way!

Thank you!

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Stray Puppy hit by a car

This stray puppy was hit by a car in the suburbs of Tolyatti, Russia, on  August 4th.

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The driver did not even stop after that and drove away. The witnesses took the puppy to the shelter APAC.

The pooch had a laceration and probably internal injuries.

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He was taken to the vet the next day. Now he is doing better: eating, drinking and wagging his tail.

So far the shelter has raised 900 rubles = $25.00

We will be updating his story.

Please spare at least $5 for to help him recover. Please make a note -“for the puppy” on your donation.

Thank you!

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Animal Population Control in Russia = Painful Death

Russia is controlling homeless animal population by spreading poisonous chemicals and hiring firms with firearms to shoot all cats and dogs on the streets.

Yes, this is a sad truth! Many citizens of all ages become witnesses of these horrifying tactics. Also some Russian citizens take it upon themselves to kill animals, especially young children who learn from their adults – also become very cruel towards animals.

One of many examples of children torturing animals is about Timosha, a kitten thrown from the 8th floor of an apartment building by children (WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT!!! Video is included).

There are so many similar cases with happy, but more often with very dramatic endings for animals all over Russia. The Russian government is not doing anything to better the situation of homeless animals. The government decided to simply launch a murdering campaign of animals on the streets and, hence, making it “legal” to rid of homeless animals this way!!!

In this picture below is one of the homeless dogs that was poisoned recently in Sterlitamak. On the video, you can see another dog who also consumed the same poison (it happened in the same location) and dying the same way as the one in the picture. The black dog in the picture also died that day.

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Homeless animals are not the only ones suffering – people who take their pooches for a walk also find their dogs and cats foaming at their mouths, trembling from convolutions and suffocation, and then dying within 30 minutes after they accidentally have consumed a poison from the ground on the streets. And this is happening every single day!

A group of animal right activists and volunteers started a petition addressed to the major of the city Sterlitamak asking to stop the killings and create alternative humane methods to control the population of homeless animals.

We hope that you can join us and sign this petition.

This petition is for people to see what is happening in Russia.

Gulnaz Rahmatullina is the creator of this Petition and one of the animal rights activists of Pravo na Zhizn (“Right to Live”, Sterlitamak, Russia).

Here is the translation of the Petition:

To:
Izotov Aleksey Nikolaevich, the mayor of Sterlitamak, Russia

Stop inhumane methods of animal population control in Sterlitamak, Russia.

This is a plea to seize inhumane methods of animal population control in Sterlitamak. Mass murder of homeless animals is taking place in our city. The methods of homeless animal population control are cruel and inhumane. Not only are dogs shot to death but also poisoned by chemicals easily available to the population at any drug store. Cats are killed in the same inhumane manner.

These chemicals (poison) cause tremendous suffering to the animals: choking, seizures, foaming at the mouth and agony for 30 minutes!

You can see it in the video posted on www.vk.com by animals protection activists and animals lovers of Sterlitamak: (WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT)

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The poison is spread in public places such as schools, where children see these animals dying in agony right in front of them causing these children psychological trauma!

We, the mothers and children, are against animal cruelty! We, the citizens of Sterlitamak, think that controlling population of homeless animals using cruelty is inhumane and economically ineffective. By killing animals the population of homeless animals is not decreasing, it actually increases filling out the void created in nature (according to the specialists-veterinarians). Moreover, there is nothing humane and moral using these methods.

In our opinion, different methods to control the population of homeless animals must be implemented. These methods are to:

1. Launch overall spay-and-neuter programs for animals;
2. Open foster care and shelters for homeless animals;
3. Create and implement social and educational campaigns for the people, especially children in schools, about ethical treatment of nature and animals via humanitarian ads, banners, flyers, television, newspapers and other types of media. The purpose of such campaigns will be to inform people about how important it is to sterilize their animals and will teach people that they are responsible for their pets.

These methods have already been used in many cities in Russia, throughout entire Europe, in some Latin American Countries and even in some African countries.
We are hopeful that our plea to Izotov Aleksey Nikolaevich, the mayor of Sterlitamak will be heard and our Golden City, as they call it, will start using humane methods to control the population of homeless animals.

Pravo na Zhizn (“Right to Live”, Sterlitamak, Russia), the animal activists group has organized many demonstrations in their city to protest the “legal” cruelty against animals, but, unfortunately, their manpower is scarce because fear of people with power prevails.

You can find the petition here:

https://www.change.org/ru/петиции/изотову-алексею-николаевичу-остановите-негуманные-методы-контроля-численности-бездомных-животных-в-г-стерлитамак#

We have already reached almost a half of 5000 needed signatures. We need your help! Please spread this petition and sign it! Leave a comment of support for the animal rights activists in Russia!

Thank you!

4 abandoned kittens

On July 19, someone abandoned a box with 4 kittens in it at the doors of a vet clinic in Sterlitamak, Russia. To avoid euthanasia, one of Volunteers, Svetlana Pankova, immediately went to the clinic and took the box.

There were 4 kittens, 3 black and 1 grey. They were very young and had barely opened their eyes. All of them were completely healthy. They were taken to an adoption event the same day when they were almost killed; one of the kittens (grey) was adopted. The smallest one of 4 was taken to a foster care to be nursed by a surrogate cat.

Svetlana Pankova took the other 2, to bottle feed them until they are grown enough to eat on their own.

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July 24: Kittens eat well and are looked after by Svetlana Pankova:

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Received donation of pee pads for the kittens

The kittens are growing healthy and will be up for adoption soon. They need more pee pads and special food mix for their feeding time from the bottle.

Please donate to help these kittens grow strong!

Thank you!

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Newborn puppies tossed in a trash can

Human beings will never seize to shock with their inhumanity! Why is it okey to toss 10 newborn puppies like a trash?

Early in the morning a woman saw a man with a box approaching the dumpster right before the trash pick up truck arrived. She went to look and saw 10 newborn puppies, one of them was injured because that man was picking the puppies up with tongs and throwing them into the dumpster.

ACAP shelter is looking for volunteers to nurse the puppies.

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A fundraiser has been launched to save the puppies.

Please donate!

Thank you!

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A few days of rescue – SV group

SV group rescues daily a lot of animals.  All of them have differed stories before and after rescue, some of them do not survive, unfortunately.

For the past few days the Volunteers have rescued 3 cat families (cats with newborn kittens), kittens of different ages and puppies.

Please see the pictures below with individual stories:

This orange kitten was rescued 2 days after it fell into the basement of an apartment building.  The kitten was with his cat-mother on the street and fell into the only narrow opening of the basement. It is now in foster care being treated for Feline Herpes Virus.

 

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SV group coordinator got a call from a vet clinic with a cry for help. Someone brought a cat a her newborn kittens to be put to sleep.  The cat family was taken by the coordinator to be fostered at her apartment where she already has over 30 animals.

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Another cat family was rescued from the attic of an apartment building. Now it is in a foster care of one of the Volunteers who is already fostering  a lot of rescued homeless animals.

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This cat had to give birth right on the cold asphalt.  A young woman saw them and called the Volunteers. Now the cat family is in foster care.

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This kitten is only one or two-day old, was found near a supermarket by itself crying and very cold.  It was taken to the cat family above. This kitten is much smaller than the same age kittens rescued earlier that day with their mother.  The cat mother has taken the kitten in as her own.  Now we hope that he will survive.

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On the left is the kitten found today. Compare it to the kitten the same age found with his mommy.

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This cat family was found in a park. They are very beautiful and it looks like they were recently abandoned.

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This kitten and 2 more were found abandoned in the woods.

 

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This pretty kitten was rescued from the young children who were kicking it.  A young Volunteer saw it and rescued the kitten, now the kitten is being looked after by the Volunteers who are looking for his adopters.

 

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This young  Russian Blue was found abandoned on the street today. Now in foster care.

 

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This poor kitten was rescued today. He has a Feline Herpes Virus, now being treated in foster care.

 

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These puppies were found living near one of the warehouses. The Volunteers are trying to find their new homes.

 

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This little one was found on the street at 6 am. It was abandoned and cried all morning outside of one of the apartment buildings.  Now in foster care.

 

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These brother and sister were brought by a woman to an adoption event and abandoned right in front of the Volunteers’ stand.  Now they are in good loving hands and looking for their forever homes.

 

 

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This is just a result of a few days in life of SV group. The Volunteers try to save as many animals as they can, unfortunately not all survive  or get help on time.  SV group provides foster and medical care for abandoned, sick and injured animals.

The Volunteers need any help possible. Let’s help them at least financially to buy food and medication for the animals!

Please donate at least $5, it will go a long way!

Thank you!

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Story about Dina – two legged dog

Story about Dina (Graphic Content):

Dina was found in August 2013 with 3 broken legs (2 front legs and one hind leg) in one of the construction sites in Tolyatti, Russia. A man who found her says that she must have fallen from the 3rd floor of the building. After a few attempts to find a place for her at animal shelters in Tolyatti, she was accepted in one of them.

Her recovery was long and “bumpy”. Due to the non-sanitary conditions at the shelter, Dina’s operated legs became infected. The pressure of her body caused the skin to rapture in one of the legs and also she developed hot spots. APAC shelter decided to take care of Dina and provide a paid foster care with treatment. In January 2014 the shelter owed over $400 for Dina’s foster care, she survived 4 surgeries that left her with only one front leg and one functional hind leg.

Doctors were very impressed by her will to live. Dina’s foster mother who provided care, love and patience, took great care of Dina. She can walk now on her 2 legs. Unfortunately, Dina is back at the shelter due to the debt for the foster care. The shelter owes 5000 rubles or $150 for her foster.

The shelter is not a place for Dina due to her special needs. She needs clean environment of a house and extra care for her wounds.

It was recommended to get prosthetic leg for Dina in the future to improve her quality of life.

Please see her pictures below. Note: GRAPHIC CONTENT!

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Dina at the shelter right after she was found and accepted to the facility.
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After the first surgery

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Dina developed hot spots and all her stitches became infected because she tried to drag herself on the floor

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Bone was extracted from the front broken leg because it ruptured her skin and started to rot. The smell coming from Dina was very bad (due to the infection).
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Dina with her foster mother – Marina

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Dina learnt how to walk! She has an incredible will power! 2 of her 4 surgeries she had under local anesthesia (she was awake).

Please spread Dina’s story! She has been through a lot but ha not lost her taste for life. Please donate! Any amount will go a long way!

Thank you!

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Update on Beta – Dog tied to a tree and left to die

Look at Beta! She has gained weight and loves her foster care.

Her story: Beta was found tied to a tree in the woods in a hot weather. She had bad UT infection and her eyes were infected as well. She could no walk or stand up on her own, she was extremely emaciated.  Her previous owners left her there and now are trying to get her back, but this will not happen.

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Beta has been in foster care of the APAC shelter owner.  The shelter has 150 dogs and 25 cats. Now all of them need vaccination. We need to raise $285 (or 9586.40 rubles) to vaccinate Beta’s brothers and sisters.

Please donate and help us save animals.

Any amount will go a long way!

Thank you!

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Kittens with Herpesvirus

These kittens were found abandoned and in a very bad condition.

Their eyes were infected.  It turned out they had  herpesvirus that caused their eyes to be filled with puss. One kitten has lost his eye because of the virus.

The kittens had been in foster care for over a week and now they have a mommy cat who adopted them. They are undergoing treatment and getting better.  But they still have a long way to go.

The kittens when they were found:

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Kittens now:

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These kittens still need our help to continue recovery. They need medications daily.

Please help us save them! Anything will count and go a long way!

Thank you!

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Graphic Content – Cat with a knife wound

Today SV group received a call from a woman who found a cat with a broken hip and open wound in it.

The cat had hard time breathing and the pupils were dilated. The vet’s verdict after X-ray:

The cat was hit with something sharp (a knife or big nail) in her thigh (hence the open deep wound), the muscles are ripped, bones are broken.

An emergency surgery was performed on the cat ($21 or 700 rubles), the X-rays – $12 or 400 rubles.

The cat now is in foster care and SV group started a fundraiser. The cat will need pee pads, medication and food.

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Please help this poor cat! Any amount will go a long way! Please donate!

Thank you!

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Graphic Content – Importance of spaying and neutering

Unfortunately,  this post shows a regular face of animal neglect in Russia.  SV (Sterlitamak) group rescued this kitten from a locked apartment building basement. This kitten has fallen out eyes, his nose was deformed and everything is full of puss.

SV group saved another kitten last week with congenital problems from the same situation. Huge numbers of homeless and abandoned animals fill towns and cities of Russia. They multiply and get sick, they get abused, beaten, run over, tortured, shot and killed.

SV group, like many other rescue groups that do not receive any government support, rescue as many as possible but this is never enough because every month they would bring a new litter of newborns.  One of the vet clinics agreed to help SV group to perform spaying and neutering surgeries at a reduced rate, but we need to raise money for that daily.

For example spaying/neutering of a cat will cost around $12 and $20 for a dog.

Please help us raise money for spay/neuter surgeries!

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Kitten with congenital defects

This kitten was found on the street. He is about 2 month old.  Nobody knows where he came from, but it is a mystery how he survived up till now.

The kitten was taken to a vet and turns out he has congenital defect – his front legs turned outwards, and they are atrophic. Also his eyesight is barely there. How did he survive?! It will stay a mystery.

The vet’s verdict is not good, he will most likely die soon.  He is fostered by one of the volunteers from SV group.

Please help us make this kittens last days better, donate.

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Donations

6 people helped donate food, syringes, medical gloves and more for yesterday’s plea about the lack of finances in SV group.

2 people donated money and today 2 pregnant homeless cats were spayed.  Note that spay/neuter surgeries for cats cost just $11 in Russia.

Please help us with the fight against animal cruelty and overpopulation of stray and homeless animals in Russia!

No amount is too small!

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Urgent — need help

SV is a group of volunteers who do not have a designated shelter so they foster and look for foster homes for over 200 animals, as of today.

The group is in  a desperate need of help. Due to the lack of donations, the group can no longer neuter/spay animals, treat them, feed them and help the injured stray pets.

Please help us save animals.

These 2 kittens were abandoned and now live on the street. The group cannot take them in because of lack of finances.

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These little kittens live in a cold lobby of an apartment building where they are constantly being kicked and thrown outside by the janitors.

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This very pregnant cat lives at a bus stop, SV goup cannot take her in because of lack of financial support:

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Please help with donations, please help save lives!

No amount is too small. Anything will go a long way!

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Daisy, an injured dog

A dog (now named Daisy) was found on a side of the road. She could not stand up or move. For a few days she stayed on the same spot outside before the rescue group found foster for her.

A group of people helped, a couple who drove the poor pup to the vet,  a few people looked after Daisy while she was waiting for foster. They fed her and gave her water.

According to a vet Daisy has a bone fracture right underneath her tail. She has not defecated for a few days now. She has been prescribed vitamins and rest until the results of her blood work results come in.

The person who is fostering Daisy has a lot of foster pets and she needs our help with food, pee pads and medications.

Let’s help Daisy get better and find a good owner!

Please donate! No amount is too small!

Thank you!

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Paralyzed cat

This is a homeless cat, she lives on the street in one of the apartment buildings in Sterlitamak, Russia.

Some kind people were feeding her for a while and she lived in the whole leading to a building basement. You can see in the picture that someone put a padding in the whole where she was.

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The tenants said that the cat used to be able to sit, now she just lies on the floor and not moving her hind legs and tail.

The cat was taken to the vet by SV group who responded to multiple posts online about her. The vet said that she must have been hit by a car. Her hind legs are paralyzed by have sensitivity.  The accident probably happened sometime ago. The poor thing was urinating and defecating right underneath herself without being able to move which caused her multiple skin and unitary track ulcers.  You can see in the pictures below that her skin is damaged by urine.

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Now she is at a foster care with an experienced group volunteer. She was given food and necessary medicine. Hopefully, she will get better soon. We will keep you posted.

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Please pledge, each dollar counts.

Thank you!

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Update – Dog tied to a tree and left to die

Beta a 8 year old pit bull mix has been abandoned by her previous owners and tied to a tree. She was very thin and had been very dehydrated when found.

She was first taken to APAC Shelter. After a few days and a vet visit, one of the shleter employees took her home because she was crying and it was heartbreaking. Now she is being fostered by Inessa Evseeva and she lives with 2 more dogs.

On Sunday  Beta had a surgery to remove her pyometra and a growth near her eye.

Beta is doing well, time will tell but for now she is in good hands and thanks to all the support she will survive.

Beta is in need of good food and medications. Please help her!

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Update (Graphic Content) – Kitten with 2 broken front legs

Today the kitten with 2 broken front legs was operated on. The wounds were about a week old and became infected.  The vet said that the kitten must have gotten stuck with his front legs and could not get out without braking his legs.

Unfortunately, the right leg has 2 fractures and the left one has one.

Both legs were treated during the reconstructive surgery. After the surgery the kitten had been throwing up which is a reaction after the anesthesia.

Now he will be treated with antibiotics to help him recover.

The necessary amount for the surgery was raised, over 10 people donated.

We will provide further update on this kitten.

If you want to help this kitten with further treatment, please donate.

Thank you!

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5 litters of kittens in 5 days

SV group is receiving calls every day about homeless animals in dire straits.  Just this week the group took in 5 litters of kittens, all of them were barely 1 day old.

Today during the adoption event #172, a man reported that a cat was giving birth to kittens on the street. His friend was a veterinary and they went there to look at the cat and her kittens.  Then they took this new family to a paid foster care.

Look at this saved family, 6 kittens:

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Another cat family found this week also taken care by paid foster:

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This family was found in a pit covered with wooden planks, they all almost died because of the heat and air flow:

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Supposedly, children were playing outside and found the kittens and put the scrap wood on top of the pit to protect the kittens and their mom from the homeless dogs.

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The pictures of 2 more families are missing, unfortunately. SV group started a fundraiser to spay 5 cats and pay for their foster for 30 days, which is $58 per (for all 30 days) each cat-family.

Please help!

Thank you!

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Update-Dog tied to a tree and left to die

Beta, pit bull mix tied to a tree in the woods, now is doing better. She is still very thin but now can get up , eat and enjoys attention. Beta also enjoys car rides and walks!

Beta is handeling vet procedures very well. She had a treatment for tick bites and will have a surgery on Sunday at 11 am to treat pyometra (uterus infection).

We hope she will do great during the surgery and after.

The shelter employees who take care of Beta are collecting all necessary papers to file a lawsuit against Beta’s previous owners. Going with it through court system in Russia is not a easy task and most of the times these types of suits are not receiving any justice from the system.

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2-week old Kittens

SV took into their foster care 2-day old kittens whose mother-cat was hit by a car and died. The volunteers found a nursing cat with her 2-week old kittens.  Two days later the cat did not have milk because she was too sick.

Now 2-week old kittens are much smaller than their then 2-day old kittens. They are suffering from staphylococcosis. The kittens now covered in oozing bumps on their skin.

The verdict of the vet is not very promising:

1. the kittens will die naturally,

2.  euthanize them,

3. treat them with antibiotics (which will cause further health issues that can result in their death).

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The so called neighbors who  recognized Beta turned out to be her real owners!

Now they want to have their dog back. This will not happen because of what they have done to Beta. The leaders of APAC (Tolyatti) will be taking care of her and will be looking for responsible adopters when she is healthy.

The tests revealed that Beta has piroplasmosis (parasite caused by ticks), pyometra (uterine infection) and inflammation.

Now we need to help her with her healing process.

Please donate!

Thank you!

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Update-Dog tied to a tree and left to die

After spreading the news about the emaciated dog found in the woods, the neighbors of the ex-owners called the shelter and told them that this dog’s name is Beta and she is 9 years old. The only thing they said that they were shocked by what had happened to Beta.

Beta was taken to the vet. She got IV and nutrients. Now she is cared for at the shelter.

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Now Beta needs good nutrition and medication to bring her back to health. Please pledge.

Thank you!

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Pregnant Cat hit buy a car

This cat was found on the side of the road. She was pregnant, her front leg was injured.  After the visit to a vet clinic it was decided to operate on her because after the impact with the car all her kittens died.  Also the front leg needed to be treated.

The fund raiser started last week and the cat needed $170 for the surgery.  The surgery was performed on Friday, May 30th. The cat was spayed, all embryos were removed and also her front leg was treated (osteosynthesis).

Now the cat is in a good condition. She is awake and eats on her own.

She will need intensive care, medications and good food to be able to heal after the accident.

Please help us by contributing $5 for her recovery.

Thank you!

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Update – Puppy run over by a truck

The puppy is currently in foster care, which is not free.

It is $10 per day. Puppy also needs good quality food and medications to help him heal after the surgery.

1. He needs Royal Canin Recovery – $4.30 per can
2. He needs the following medications:

  • Sulperazon,
  • Levomikol,
  • Dioxidine,
  • Cefuroxime,
  • Amikacin,
  • Chymotrypsin,
  • Actovegin,
  • Solcoseryl (ampoules),
  • Riboxinum,
  • Ciprofloxacin,
  • Glucose and sodium chloride 0.9% (in bottles).

Please help us bring this puppy back to health. We rely on your help and we apologize for not having more recent photos of the puppy (we are taking in a lot of injured animals right now).

Thank you!

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