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, so this is Watson’s first Christmas in the UK living at the pub with Dean, family and of course the customers. They have decided this year to decorate the Christmas Tree with dog bones and raise money for KAPSA.

Some words from Dean:

To celebrate, and thank everyone at KAPSA for their help during his journey we’ve dedicated the pub Christmas Tree to all of Watson’s street mates…

We want to raise some money to boost the winter feeding programme so please, if you’re able to, visit our Go Fund Me page and let’s get Watson’s Christmas Tree decorated!

The Kalkan Association for the Protection of Street Animals care for the health and well-being of street animals, dogs and cats, in Kalkan through a trap, neuter and return programme and providing veterinary treatment for sick and injured animals. They also run a winter feeding programme for the animals, when the tourist season ends and the shops and restaurants close.

As part of that winter feeding programme we’d like to help the volunteers of KAPSA raise enough money to at least give all the animals a Christmas dinner on Christmas Day…

Our Christmas Tree here at The George is up, Watson has claimed it and we’re selling ‘Dog Bones’ to decorate it. The decorations can have your name, your dog or cats name, or a welcome message for Watson put on them…

All you need to do is donate just £5.00 for one ‘Dog Bone’ with the name or message you’d like and we’ll do the rest…

Let’s fill the tree and help Watson’s street mates this festive season. Thank you so much in advance for your contribution… it really does mean a lot to us.

If you would like to dedicate a bone or two this Christmas, please click on the link below.

Give the Dog a Bone Appeal

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