Dogs and Cats in Bali

Don’t touch them.  BAWA ( Bali Animal Welfare Association)  BAWA love dogs so they want there to be less of them in Bali.  Because less is more. More Food. More Care. BAWA mobile clinic conducts up to 40 free sterilizations a day.  The Ubud Vet Clinic also perform sterilizations and arrangements can be made for Indonesians who  cannot afford to pay.  BAWA rescues puppies and kittens from the streets and cares for them until they are old enough to be re-homed. On average they have up to 50 animals at their clinic waiting to be re-homed.

Because BAWA’s policy is to leave mature street dogs where they are found, they have a program providing medical care and feeding. BAWA staff and volunteers prepare over 100 meals a day and deliver them to areas where underfed dogs are known to live.  For BAWA to continue their programs donations are urgently needed.   You can help… Every cent helps contact www.bawabali.com call 0361981490 or visit BAWA at their care centre.

BAWA was being closed down in October this year but I’m yet to get further Information re closure… Sorry

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