Soi Dog Foundation continues its mobile clinic programme to service Phuket’s community providing sterilization and rabies vaccination for dogs and cats around the island. After Tambon Thepkasattri which will end this week, the mobile clinic will move on to Tambon Srisoonthorn for the rest of the month until August 8th, 2014.
Be part of the help to reduce the stray dog and cat population. In addition to stray dogs and cats, Soi Dog Foundation encourages owners to take their dog or cat to the mobile clinic for sterilisation without any expense, but voluntary donations to help saving other lives would be very much appreciated.
The mobile clinic will provide service weekdays Monday – Friday, from 9:00 – 16:00 hrs with no exception for Public Holidays. Please do not feed animals after 8pm and give no water after midnight on the day before you bring them for sterilsation.
After Srisoonthorn Or Bor Tor, the mobile clinic will be around Rassada area from August 11th – September 5th, 2014. A plan has been set to cover more Or Bor Tors in the south in the last quarter of the year.
14 Jul – 18 Jul – Wat Tha Rua (Tha Rua Temple)
21 Jul – 25 Jul – Wat Manik (Manik Temple)
28 Jul – 01 Aug – Multi-purpose Hall Moo 2
04 Aug – 08 Aug – Srisoonthorn Municipality Office
11 Aug – 15 Aug – Rassada Moo 1 Community Police Station
18 Aug – 22 Aug – Karnkaeha Moo 3 – Soi King Kaew (National Housing Authority Moo 3)
25 Aug – 29 Aug – Karnkaeha Moo 3 – Soi King Kaew (National Housing Authority Moo 3)
1 Sep – 5 Sep – Reading Hall, Soi Paneang Moo 5
About Soi Dog Foundation: Soi Dog Foundation, a not-for-profit organisation established in 2003, is a legally registered charity in Thailand, the United States, Australia, the UK, France and Holland with the aim to help the homeless, neglected and abused dogs and cats of Thailand. John Dalley, co-founder and vice president, is available for interview.
For more information please visit www.soidog.org or www.facebook.com/SoiDogPageInEnglish.