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The Rock-itt : July 2012
We will be purchasing land in the next few months but there is still so much to be done. We have to move out of our current leased shelter by October. By this date we need to buy land, build and move 120+ adult dogs. We need architects, builders and trades people to offer their services to help us make the first ever Dog Sanctuary a reality. If you can help and want to lend a hand (and hammer) contact us. We require a clinic, dog runs, kennels, fences and much more. Plus installation of power, water, sewerage and all the other infrastructure put in place. Land ahoy! The life of most bali dogs is not a pleasant one. that’s why barc are building the first ever bali dog sanctuary! can you help us? If our Australian neighbours can’t help then who can? www.balidogrefuge.coM firstname.lastname@example.org Find us on facebook www.facebook.com/BaliDogAdoptionRehabilitationCentre The Balinese regard cats more highly than dogs yet they still suffer abuse and are often dumped. Dogs are commonly paralleled to a farm animal and are at the bottom of the social strata. Many dogs scavenge the streets starving and neglected. They are the forgotten ones. Bali dogs also run the risk of being stolen, eaten, poisoned or sacrificed for house ceremonies. The Hindu religion claims that dogs sacrificed return to earth reincarnated as a higher spirit, therefore they see themselves as assisting them on the karmic road. The Balinese often see Western dogs as a status symbol. It is not uncommon to see a purebred dog imprisoned in a small cage without food or water at the front of someone’s house in the searing sun. BARC desperately need the funds for the sanctuary to continue helping the dogs and other abandoned animals of Bali whilst educating the community. We truly need your support. it’s a dogs life