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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
Running the London Marathon for KAPSA
We are absolutely delighted to hear the news that our supporter Ruth Young will be running the London Marathon in April to raise money for KAPSA. This is definitely a new one for us, there have been myriad ideas and types of fundraisers for KAPSA, but this is theRead More
A Street Photography Tale
It’s December in Kalkan, the sun is still shining but many of the restaurants and bars are now closed, the tourists have gone home and the street animals rely much more heavily on locals to provide food and shelter. This is where KAPSA comes in, helping to co-ordinate feeders acrossRead More
KAPSA 2018 Calendars Now On Sale
The Kapsa 2018 Calendars are now on sale! We are delighted to be now taking orders for our 2018 Kapsa calendar – which features Kalkan stars Dost (Barney), Max and Cesur on the front cover. They are A4 size and feature the winning entries from our recent photo competition. PriceRead More
Winter Feeding Advent Appeal
HELP BUY A KALKAN STREET DOG OR CAT A CHRISTMAS DINNER THIS YEAR! Every day between 1st December and Christmas Day, we will reveal a Christmas themed photo of some of our well known street residents on our Friends of KAPSA Facebook Group. Each Christmas Dinner costs £5 and youRead More