Monthly Archives: July 2011

Kishmish and Billy welcome a new friend

Karachi: Found a tiny little 4 week old female gray tabby kitten on the street. She was right by the edge of the road when we came across her one evening. A security guard said he saw someone’s gardener bring the kitten on his bicycle and leave it by the side of the road where some other cats were also hanging about. Continue reading

Leo the pup was adopted today

Leo, cialis a puppy rescued by Dr. Otho in Karachi many months ago, site finally went to her new home today. She had been living at the Karachi Animal Hospital along with a few other rescued animals. We encourage people to consider giving a home to a rescued animal in need. There are many out there looking for good homes.

Rescued dog in Karachi

rescued dog looking for foster home

An injured dog rescued by volunteers from Gulistan -e Jauhar near PIA colony in Karachi is looking for a foster home. He is currently at Dr. Shalla’s clinic in Saddar, and is doing much better. Please call or sms her at 03226160876 if you would like to volunteer to help the dog. Thanks!

Do share this link with family, friends and colleagues. You may also make a flyer and put it around to help spread the word. This would be a great way to help PAWS in its work if you have some spare time this summer.

The perils of a growing stray dog population

Qadeer Tanoli in The News:

Despite efforts of different town administrations, there the numbers of stray dogs is increasing in the metropolis, pill posing a potential threat of rabies in the city.

The health department of the City District Government Karachi (CDGK) provides poisonous capsules to town administrations on demand. It is the responsibility of every town administration to initiate either full fledged campaigns against stray dogs or address any complaints in this respect at any time of the year. Stray dogs can be seen in almost in every town but those areas are their special breeding points where storm water drains are situated. For instance, stray dogs are found in abundance alongside the banks of the Mahmoodabad Nullah and Manzoor Colony Nullah.

More here.

For the love of strays

Sidrah Roghay in The News:

Carol Noreen is an animal lover. A school principal by profession, vialis 40mg everyday, she puts on a big cooking pot of dog and cat food on her stove. The idea is to provide food to owners who cannot afford to feed their animals. One such owner is her watchman who has adopted a stray cat.

“I cook food for the animals myself, I do not like to leave this job to my servants,” she says.

Noreen volunteers for Pakistan Animal Welfare Society (PAWS), and has rescued several strays. She shares one such instance when she saw an injured dog, at PIA Colony, Gulistan-e-Jauhar, while going to work. Since she could not rescue it all alone she called up her team for help. The vet in the team, sedated the dog, and took it for treatment.

More here.