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Watson’s Give the Dog a Bone Fundraiser
UPDATE: Watson’s Give the Dog a Bone appeal has now finished and Dean, Watson and everyone at KAPSA would like to thank all those that donated and helped to raised £560.00 towards our Winter Feeding program. Massive thanks! Dean adopted Watson [Hector as he was known] earlier this year,Read More
Patara School Has 2 New Rescue Puppies
It is not every day you get to deliver two beautiful puppies to a school of excited school children, but this morning that is exactly what we did. The Turkish government department responsible for Education has started an initiative encouraging all schools across the country to have animals in theirRead More
Winter Feeding Round-Up
18/19 WINTER FEEDING PROGRAMME UPDATE – THANK YOU ALL AGAIN FOR SUPPORTING OUR WINTER FEEDING PROGRAMME WHICH RUNS FROM NOVEMBER TO APRIL – Once the visitors leave, most restaurants close and even the amount of locals reduce, it leaves hungry street animals in Kalkan. Over recent years Kalkan has grownRead More
2 Pups Need Homes – ADOPTED
UPDATE – 29th April – Esme/Blackie has also been offered a home in Scotland, fantastic news for her, we are so pleased. Thankyou to everyone who helped to spread the word about both pups, they can both look forward to very bright futures. UPDATE – 24th April 2019 – CosmoRead More
2018 Neutering Report
Every year KAPSA neuter 100’s of cats and dogs under the TNR program, helping to control the local populations. All this is funded by our supporters and carried out by our volunteers and the Kalkan Vet Clinic.
Update on Winter Feeding Program
Once the visitors leave, most restaurants close and even the amount of locals reduce, it leaves hungry street animals in Kalkan. This is why KAPSA developed the Winter feeding program.
A Special Dog Needs a Very Special Home – sorted
Back in May, some KAPSA volunteers went up to the village of Çavdir to look for a particular dog. He had suffered a horrific injury to his leg and a young teacher had contacted us asking for help. Volunteers and the teacher spent some time walking round the village lookingRead More