Help Lady get to her new forever home in the UK
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Ended Feb 8, 2015
Lady is an extremely timid and submissive street dog born in a rural Turkish village 18 months ago. All 6 of her siblings died of distemper, but somehow Lady survived. Her mum went onto have another litter, and Lady and her mum were always ... More ...

Lady is an extremely timid and submissive street dog born in a rural Turkish village 18 months ago. All 6 of her siblings died of distemper, but somehow Lady survived. Her mum went onto have another litter, and Lady and her mum were always together. The second litter of pups died too, except for one, who has been adopted by a lovely lady in the Uk and is going to her new home in December. Lady's mum was then poisoned...leaving her alone...

She became pregnant as was too afraid of people to be caught for spaying, and had 9 puppies just over 2 months ago. 5 of them died within 24 hours but the other 4 made it. They have just been homed, leaving poor Lady alone on the streets again. I have managed to catch her to get her spayed, and she is now recuperating in my boarding kennels. 

Another lovely lady in the UK has offered her a home, but having just rescued 2 dogs from the streets of Turkey, cannot afford to pay all the costs involved for Lady to get there....

Consequently, we need to raise enough to cover her vet fees for her travel procedure...without this she will be unable to go, and will be back on the streets, being kicked, shouted at, and having rocks and bricks thrown at her...

Please help...any small amount will be appreciated, it all adds up...and let Lady go to a wonderful home in the UK, with lots of land and another 9 dogs, all of which are rescues.

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