The second day of the Sirius 500 clinic has gone well so far, 33 animals have been sterilised, even before the dog catchers returned with the first street dogs lots of locals had arrived to have thier animals sterilised. To see more of the photographs of todays Sirius clinic please visit Facebook at………….. https://www.facebook.com/#!/media/set/?set=a.10150651199284470.418265.70714279469&type=3 Please [...]
On June 26th after weeks of round the clock care Mo sadly report that we lost our beautiful hand rear kitten Tigger he’d been poorly for a few days but rallied a few days previously and the team were hopeful he would pull through. Tigger deteriorated rapidly and Mo was with him at the end, [...]
We urgently need fundraising help , we have had make the heartbreaking decision to postpone the 500 dog/cat spay clinic from March / April to the middle of summer as we have not raised enough money to fund the project. We have hundreds of animals on our waiting list who are depending on us. No [...]
Dogstar is not a big charity, in fact it costs us on average just £ 25 a day to feed all our dogs, provide free sterilizations, vaccinations, and veterinary treatment & medication. Even so we struggle some months to raise the money required and Dogstars 3 unpaid trustees make up the shortfall. No amount of [...]
Dogstar also rehomes some of community/temple dogs with local families. So far this year we have rehomed 4 pups ( 2 male 2 female ) and a adult female dog. In the past those dogs stayed on the streets producing unwanted litter after unwanted litter. Now with our support these dogs are being homed , sterilised and vaccinated breaking the circle of suffering and disease.
The Dogstar Foundation provides free surgical sterlisations via fixed and mobile clinics, treating companion and community animals. Since February 2007 we have provided a series of clinics in the Randeniya area including local Temples. Additionally we provided a series of outreach clinics to the Tsunami affected coastal areas around Bentota, we have also travelled further [...]