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The Rock-itt : February 2014
BOBO Although we can only speculate what has happened to this handsome hound, it would appear this was an intentional act of cruelty. BOBO has no signs or scars from a dog fight so we don't feel this was caused by his canine buddies. Not any breaks or bruises from a car/scooter accident. Whatever has happened, he now is recov ering at BARC and we alway s post on our website our dogs’ progress, his eye is healing and soon he will be happy and playing with other dogs in our sanctuary. TRUST Discov ered by an expat whilst walking her dog, this lovely lady was hiding under a car and was lured back to safety thanks to her canine companion. She is suffering mange and skin infection and it is presumed she was thrown away because of it. This is a common practice due to lack of education in the community. She is very sweet, loving and TRUSTING. She has been nam ed TRUST due to her nature and in honour of Vera Bourne who donated to our Critical Care cam paign to name a dog. TRUST is now safe at BARC receiving treatment and TLC. Our BARC'ateers have spent ov er 3 hours pulling the hundreds of ticks from her body and cleaning her wounds. ALICE ALICE was rescued off a main street in Ubud. Thousands of cars, trucks and motorbikes passed her by without a thought for her welfare. Thankfully the BARC'ateers eyes were out and she was reported to the rescue team. See her story unfold and watch her blossom into a beautiful BARC Babe. Many thanks to people that donated to ALICE's cause. It is thanks to you we can continue to sav e more beautiful angels like our Alice. ALICE will most probably live out her life at Warrior's Legacy BARC Sanctuary. If you would like to sponsor her please donate to BARC http://www.balidogrefuge.com/apps/donations/. Your donation will be used to feed, care and nurture our permanent residence. Mention her name. with your payment to receive your certificate. EVE (INTRODUCING EVE. *Warning graphic content). This little lady we hav e called EVE and this is her story: On New Year’s, Eve was so frightened from the loud fireworks she ran, and ran and ran until she found what she thought, a saf e place in a local Circle K (7/11 equiv alent). She hid in the corner, not disturbing anyone, but the staff decided they wanted her out. They created a lasso using plastic twine and self tightening knot and hovered it over her head to capture her. Once they had it tightly around her neck they pulled her, whilst she scream ed, to the front door and pushed her outside. Petrified of m ore fireworks, coupled with a restrictive neckband, she hid under a chair in a local spa. She stayed there for 3 days as the twine ate into her flesh and became increasingly infected.Thankfully a passing tourist noticed EVE and reported her to the spa owner begging them to call BARC. We can honestly say this is one of the worst neck slices we have seen. EVE is lucky her head is still attached to her body. After emergency treatment for pain, shock and re-attaching her neck to her body, EVE is in a stable condition. She has been rehabilitating at BARC for the past few weeks. She is one tough Bali Babe and is making an incredible recovery. If you would like to help cover the medical costs of EVE’s care please donate and mention her name in payment. A little goes a long way here in Bali. http://www.balidogrefuge.com/donatemonthly.htm severed neck Eve is cured
March Rock-itt 2014