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Donate your hard-earned pennies to help the less-fortunate animals in the world, it’s highly appreciated here at WECare Worldwide and we could not be more thankful!
Our charity is run solely on donations from individuals, such as yourselves, and from small businesses. The animals that we save from horrific and life-threatening injuries on a daily basis would die a slow and painful death if it wasn’t for the support we receive and we are extremely aware of this fact.
We provide our veterinary skills free of charge but we do still have to fund all medications, surgical equipment, food and shelter. We aim to provide a high standard of care and refuse to cut corners which means that we achieve great results but unfortunately, it does mean that it isnt cheap. As UK-trained veterinary surgeons, we refuse to provide bargain basement care as often that does nothing but exasperate the situation or results in the animal having to be hospitalised for a much greater period of time, which causes stress and a reduced quality of life.
Jimmy was found on the streets, by a local lady, with 2 broken back legs and a broken pelvis. He required surgery and rehabilitation for the 6 weeks following the operation. Fortunately, some kind supporters donated to help pay for Jimmys care and he is now back on his feet and loving life in a new home.
Princess was rescued from the roadside, having been dumped, as a bald, scared puppy. A local family took her in and, with your support, we managed to transform her life! She is one of the happiest puppies we know and we are thrilled that we could help her!
FiFi is a beautiful old girl who had lived for years with an extremely painful eye condition, until the kind supporters of WECare Worldwide helped to pay for her treatment. She is now happy as can be and, although she has some scarring to her cornea after years of insult, she is no longer in any pain.
Ralphy was discovered as a puppy with all of his litter mates dead around him. They had all succumb to maggot infestations and Ralphy was almost dead when we found him but we managed to pull him through- he is now a big strong boy, happy and healthy, roaming around the village.
Itchy and Scratchy were found when we were out hunting for dogs to be neutered at our clinic. They were petrified, very thin and barely had a hair between them so we scooped them up, took them home and showered them with TLC. We thank our lucky stars that we stumbled on them that day!
Badger is an old street dog, who we spotted hobbling around on 3 legs as we passed in the tuktuk. On inspection, he had a huge hole in his toe with almost 50 maggots living in there. Badger went through 2 weeks of therapy on his foot and 6 weeks on his skin and he is now a changed man!
Helping individual animals is our dream and is why we wake up on a morning, but our CNVR programs are just as (if not more) important to paving the way for a positive future for the animals of Sri Lanka. It is not as glamorous or perhaps, fulfilling, as saving an animal from a near certain death but in reality, you are actually saving thousands from a near certain death by neutering them and vaccinating them against Rabies. Tens of thousands of unwanted puppies are born, or dumped, on the streets every year and it is estimated that only 30% of these make it past one year of age. They either starve, are hit by cars or die from parasitic causes or maggot infestations. It is an awful life of struggle and living on the edge- where will the next meal come from? Where will I sleep tonight? We must do everything in our power to stop animals being born onto the streets. We aim to neuter 70% of the dogs in the Southern Province, which is the figure proven to lower street dog numbers. This is going to cost hundreds of thousands of pounds but every penny will be worth it to stop more puppies being born into this struggle and living an extremely tough, and often short, life before dying a horrible, and usually needless, death. When is the last time a puppy died from a worm burden in the UK? Or from starving to death? Or because they are so covered in fleas that their red blood cell count is virtually zero and they cant oxygenate their tiny bodies? All of these deaths are entirely preventable, so please help us on our mission.