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Lovely Ellie Looking for a Home ADOPTED
Ellie desperately needs a home to call her own. She was found by and is currently being looked after by KAPSA supporter Bryn, but they cannot keep her long term. These are Bryn’s words: “Ellie was dumped last week… seriously skinny and flea ridden. We saw her running for aroundRead More
Sweet Little Zoe Looking for a Home – ADOPTED
Little Zoe is 9kgs, cute, sweet and clever girl, around 8-9 months old. She was treated and has recovered from a tic born disease, anaplasma, and is neutered and vaccinated. After that, this poor girl has nowhere to go. She was terrified of humans, we have no idea what wasRead More
Betty the Pointer Needs a Home – ADOPTED
If ever there was a dog who needed help, it is Patara Betty, she is truly desperate. Betty was found, as her name suggests, wandering around Patara and in an incredibly sorry state. Linda managed to capture her and she was whisked of to the Kalkan Vet Clinic for aRead More
Lovely Hugo Needs Home Comforts – ADOPTED
This is Hugo, an English Setter type. He was taken off the streets of Kalkan last year, as a new dumpee. It was felt, because of his genteel nature, he would not cope as street dog. However neither should he be in long term kennels, he is very plainly usedRead More
Easter Fundraising Lunch, Marina Restaurant.
EASTER FUNDRAISING LUNCH AT MARINA RESTAURANT FRIDAY 19th APRIL 2019 – GOOD FRIDAY 12.30 onwards. Raffle to be drawn at 15.00. Marina Restaurant are very kindly hosting another Easter Lunch on Friday 19th April 2019. The price per person is 60 lira per person for a delicious 2 course lunch,Read More
Photo Competition 2017
We are quite excited to launch the 1st Annual KAPSA Photographic Competition. **COMPETITION NOW CLOSED, WINNERS WILL BE ANNOUNCED SOON** This is your chance to have your photograph included in KAPSA’s 2018 calendar and a set of KAPSA postcards. Additionally by submitting photographs, and donating your entry fee to KAPSA, youRead More
Adoption of Kalkan Animals Abroad
If you have spent time in Kalkan, the chances are you have met with some of the streets dogs and cats of the town and you may even have fallen just a little in love with one or more of them.