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Black Female Labrador Cross Needs Forever Home.
Willow is a black Labrador type, medium size female who has been living on the streets of Kalkan since last summer. Unfortunately she hasn’t settled in the several places she has been seen over the months, even though she has been fed and kept an eye on in all ofRead More
Raise Money for KAPSA via Amazon
We are very pleased to announce you can now help KAPSA raise money for our work every time you shop online at Amazon, without it it costing you an extra penny! Smile is Amazon’s charitable foundation, and we are now registered with them. Amazon Smile is exactly the same asRead More
KAPSA-KIT Shop Launched
Tell everyone you meet you love KAPSA with our whole new range of T-Shirts, Hoodies, Fleeces and Accessories.
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.
Black Friday Weekend KAPSA Auction
It’s BACK!! Even bigger and better than last time. The Black Friday Weekend KAPSA UK Auction, hosted in the KAPSA Auction & Selling Facebook Group, this is your chance to indulge in the sort of bargain shopping that makes money for a great cause. STARTS: 9am Friday 23rd November 2018Read More
Supper by the Sea
We have organised a evening supper at Indigo Beach Club on the harbour, on Friday 14th September, to raise funds for KAPSA. The price is £20 per person and includes a donation to KAPSA. Included in the ticket price is a 3 course dinner and live entertainment from “The MichaelRead More
A Special Dog Needs a Very Special Home
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
Kapsa HQ & What We Do
The work KAPSA do in Kalkan and the surrounding villages is known by a lot of people, but as a tourist destination for European and Turkish people, there are always new visitors who are unaware. To explain just a little about the work, we have created pdf documents, in bothRead More