Tous pour Newtøn

Tous pour Newtøn

Bonjour les ami(e)s des BBS ,je me présente pour ceux/celles qui ne me connaitraient pas : je m'appelle Newtøn, j ai 5 mois et je suis atteint de ce que l on appelle Non Union du Processus Anconé (dysplasie du coude gauche).J ai une maman qui souhaite le meilleur pour moi et qui a pris rendez vous avec le Dr Ragetly au CHV de Frégis pour le 22 septembre a 10h.Comme ma sœur Naphtaline, maman , les chats et moi vivons dans l'Ariège , cela sous entend TGV et hôtel durant 5 jours.Je vais subir scanner , arthroscopie et chirurgie mais je n ai même pas peur , je suis un battant et j ai confiance. La suite m embête plus , a savoir immobilisation pendant 1 mois puis  rééducation (kiné ,ostéo et hydrothérapie.)Hélas tout cela a un coût et je ne voudrais pas que maman décide de braquer une banque a cause de moi ...je me vois mal lui porter des oranges en clopinant lolBref je fais appel a votre bon cœur , sans obligation bien sur et en rappelant que ce sont les petits ruisseaux qui font les grandes rivières donc il n y a pas de petits dons et chaque euro compte.Merci de m avoir lu et de ce que vous pourrez faire pour m aider .Signé : Newtøn Hello White Swiss Sheperds friends, I introduce myself to those who do not know me: my name is Newtøn, I am 5 months old and I am suffering from what is called Ununited Anconeal Process (dysplasia of the left elbow).I have a mom who wishes the best for me and who made an appointment with Dr. Ragetly at the CHV of Frégis for September 22 at 10am.As my sister Naphtaline, Mom, the cats and I live in Ariège, this underpins train and hotel for 5 days.I'm going to undergo scanning, arthroscopy and surgery but I'm not even scared, I'm a fighter and I have trust. The following is what bothers me the most :, immobilization for 1 month then rehabilitation (physiotherapy, osteo and hydrotherapy).Alas all this has a cost and I would not want mum decides to steal a bank because of me ... I do not see myself limping to bring her oranges lol In short I appeal to your good heart, without obligation of course and remembering that it is the small streams that make the great rivers so there are no small gifts and every euro counts.Thank you for reading and what you can do to help me. Signed : Newtøn

€903.18

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Save Our Black Storks

Save Our Black Storks

Welcome to this money pot !Click to make a contribution.* Give however much you want.* All payments are secureThank you!  The juvenile black storks have left home.  Where are they now? The Eagle Club of Estonia has ten years experience of streaming Black Storks' nest life online (since 2007).  An ever-increasing fan club has grown during that time and every year new people join the ranks of observers. Special forums about the webcams are established, where people can share their observations, photos and videos. You may be, or may become a member of this community.Black Storks breed as far from human settlements as possible, therefore, watching them directly without a webcam is almost impossible.  People who watch during the months of egg-lay, incubation, brooding, off-spring hatching, growing and finally fledging - they dream of following these juveniles after the nest life,  when the chicks start to live their independent lives. It is possible to install small transmitters on the almost grown-up chicks while they are still in the nest.  This gives information about their movements after fledging, during their first migration to the south, and further.But, as in nature it is, not all juveniles are strong and clever and lucky enough to survive. This is a rule in nature - stronger individuals may produce their offspring but we never know who is who, in the nest.Therefore, observers need to be ready for bad news as well as good.  Nevertheless, our beloved "kids"  may not be the winners in natural selectionEverybody is able to follow Black Storks' (named Karl and Kati) nest life next season - since the beginning of April 2018 in Karula National Park, Estonia,   (via http://www.looduskalender.ee/n/en)  whether or not you want to support the current funding drive!  To see about the breeding season 2017, you can visit forum site http://www.looduskalender.ee/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=878The Eagle Club of Estonia has an ever-increasing fan club for its nest cameras.  It is possible to use the same tracker method for different species of juveniles leaving our webcam nests in Estonia.  Much depends on the funding capacity. Nowadays there are safe tracking devices developed for majority of bigger bird species. Many young black storks perish on their first migration. If only we had a way to track them, that would give us the information about where and why they perish.  Sometimes, starvation is the cause.  Sometimes, collision with power lines, or they are prey to a predator.  Knowing what the dangers are will help to protect them in the future. Thank you for helping to protect them.-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

€1,500

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Indispensable Urielle

Indispensable Urielle

Cette cagnotte est organisée par la famille Delierre, Lucie et Nature et progrès pour venir en aide à Laurent Lafourcade et à sa famille qui viennent de subir un gros coup dur. Voici l'histoire : Nous, les Delierre et Lucie (ainsi que son conjoint Antoine), avons passé le mois de décembre 2016 en wwoofing chez Laurent Lafourcade. Laurent est un jeune agriculteur idéaliste et engagé.Il travaille sans produits chimiques et surtout se fait aider par Urielle pour mettre en forme son petit près, "le lou pradot" en basque. Il veut que sa vie, son travail aient un sens et il fait pas mal de sacrifices pour y parvenir. Urielle est le nom de sa jument de trait. Elle est de race trait breton, 800kg toute en puissance qui réagit au murmure de Laurent tout au bout de ses longues rênes. Laurent convaincu de sa mission, nous fait découvrir à Lucie et à moi le travail de la terre avec Urielle. Nous passons des moments inoubliables où nous ne savons plus vraiment qui aide qui, et apprenant rapidement à mettre notre orgueil dans notre poche,nous découvrons que dans le champs, c'est elle la patronne et qu'elle sait très bien ce qu'elle fait. A nous de la gêner le moins possible ... "le dernier jour, nous avons construit un rond de longe avec Antoine. M'etant initiée a l'ethologie dans une vie antérieure, j'ai voulu essayer avec Urielle, qui, sans me connaitre beaucoup, m'a enormément donné" (Lucie) Quel exercice de communion fantastique. Nous avons vu pendant le mois une Urielle forte, déterminée, généreuse et un peu gourmande, c'est vrai ! Le deuxième jour, elle me connaissait à peine, mais elle a consenti à travailler avec moi dans son sillage, en autonomie, sans mépris pour le débutant. Elle m'a emmené en promenade sur des chemins difficiles où je me suis senti voler tant sa course était douce, même au galop. C'est vrai, elle aimait sa poignée d'orge après le travail. Vous l'aurez remarqué, elle est à présent au temps passé. Jeudi dernier, elle a fait une petite fugue pour un peu d'orge en plus, mais n'a pas su raison garder. Laurent l'a retrouvé au petit matin avec le nez dans le stock d'orge. Sans doute un brin de malice au fond de l'oeil pour le larcin commis, elle était déjà en sueur et gonflée. L'orge, en grande quantité, est extrêmement énergétique et fermente dans l'estomac du cheval. Le vétérinaire n'a rien pu faire et malheureusement elle a succombé à l'overdose. Laurent et sa famille sont évidement effondrés. Laurent l'a accompagné jusqu'à son dernier souffle qu'elle est venue expirer sur le pas de leur porte, comme pour finir auprès de sa famille, des gens qu'elle aime. Urielle était bien plus qu'une jument. Elle ne sera pas remplacée facilement, mais Laurent doit continuer à travailler et dans les meilleures conditions possibles. Cette cagnotte est pour lui, pour qu'il puisse continuer à avancer. Il voudrait former 2 poulains pour qu'ils se tiennent compagnie l'un l'autre. Le défi que relève Laurent est compliqué, il ne roule pas sur l'or, mais c'est un homme généreux. Je vous propose de le soutenir, non pas parce qu'il le mérite, mais parce que la générosité partagée est plus forte que toutes les méritocraties.   Merci pour eux !

€930

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Help for NAAAS

Help for NAAAS

Welcome to Kiara & Ben's Help for NAAAS money pot!Thank you very much for visiting out money pot page. As you know, the biggest gift to us on our wedding day is your attendance at the celebration of our marriage. However, we would greatly appreciate a donation to NAAAS - Núcleo de Apoio a Animais Abandonados de Sintra. This is a small charity local to Sintra, where the wedding will take place, and that works to protect and re-home abandoned pets in the region. NAAAS is always in constant need for help and support. The money they receive goes directly to caring for the animals and providing a safe and clean space for them to live in and recover (e.g. food, veternary expenses, water bills, maintenance, etc.) Additionally, NAAAS are currently working on building a new facility, with new kennels and other equipment needed to ensure the animals are housed safely. NAAAS work extremely hard to raise money through organising as many events as possible with the little team they have, and participating in fundraising and awareness days in Lisbon. However, with over 200 dogs, they need every help they can get. Now that we approach the summer months, and people go away on holiday, NAAAS face the busiest time of the year when abandonment of dogs is at its highest... This cause is very close to our hearts and we would appreciate any help you could give to help NAAAS support and care for our furry friends! For more information on NAAAS please visit: http://www.naaas.pt Please click here to make a contribution:* Give however much you want.* All payments are secureThank you very much for your time and your support! Kiara & Ben

€1,065

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Cocopupsxm

Cocopupsxm

CocoPupSxm                Love is a four legged word INTRO:    My name is Alizée Zavatta, I grew up on the beautiful island of Sint Maarten/ Saint Martin where I spent the first 20 years of my life and where I nurtured a love and passion for all living beings. I am now working abroad in Dubai temporarily and make it a priority to go back home to visit my family and friends every other month.  CAT 5 HURRICANE IRMA:Unfortunately on the late night of September 5th, 2017 the most powerful Hurricane ever recorded in the Atlantic at a CAT 5 first touched land, blasting the 35 square mile paradise right in its center.85% of the islands infrastructure has been severely demolished and this has left people with absolutely nothing. Many funds have been established to help the island restore itself bit by bit but people are in a state of shock. Most of the community is sadly battling through each day but luckily international aid is present and funds are being collected to assist. I could only imagine if the people are in a state of emergency than what about the animals? Being an animal lover at birth and having actively rescued in both Sint Maarten/Saint Martin and Dubai I could not take my mind off of all these helpless souls having to face this historical catastrophic disaster that was about to make history. A few days before Irma animal shelters were desperately calling out to the community to host animals for the duration of the storm but unfortunately received very little response. Also an owner was unable to find shelter for his large number of animals (13 dogs, 8 goats, many birds, and land turtles) so only two baby goats were taken in and the rest were released in hope that they would find shelter on their own. This news was devastating and heart-squeezing. Even the zoo took a really hard beating and what the hurricane didn't take from it, the people did. It is reported that some animals we're stolen. Sadly, there are many similar stories like this. FAUNA POST IRMA: After Irma, my best friend informed me that he noticed many stray dogs, cats, iguanas, birds that were found on the road lifeless. The Hurricane was so devastating that even bees started to make their presence known due to a complete eradication of bountiful nectar hosting flowers that the island, not so long ago, used to offer. Not knowing this, he mistakenly left a pot of honey out in his apartment and came back to a massive cloud of a couple thousand bees battling their way to get a taste of honey. Also Birds that survived came knocking at his window looking completely shaken and in desperate need of nutrition.    IMMEDIATE OBJECTIVES:1. FOOD/WATER: Have enough food and water to cater to pets that were left behind by families in a state of emergency and were evacuated without them or the ones that were originally strays and miraculously survived the hurricane, and for the wildlife such as bird food mix.2. FIRST AID: To be able to render basic first aid with items such as: gauze rolls, clean rags, adhesive tape/duct tape, non-adhesive vet wraps, telfa pads, scissors, cotton swabs, sterile saline wash, ear cleaning solution, antiseptic wash/wipes, antibiotic ointment, water, styptic powder/clot powder, sugar tablets, Diphenhydramine/Benadryl, dish soap, thermometers, tweezers, nail clippers, syringes or large eyedroppers, flashlights, ice/hot packs, non-latex disposable gloves, water based lubricant jelly, blankets, towels, slip-leash, muzzles,mesh bags, pet carriers, and treats.  AMBITION:1. SHELTER: Animal Shelters need to have proper sturdy shelters available and ready that can withstand hurricanes. Depending on the funds I am aiming to collaborate with shelters to see what can be accomplished.2. NEUTERING/SPAYING is key to ensure a healthy community of animals that is not over populating the island to the point that the shelters are over filled with not enough adopters. Depending on the funds I am hoping to work closely with shelters that can go on campaigns to e

€40

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The Ananda Elephant Sanctuary

The Ananda Elephant Sanctuary

We (also known as the elephant Freedom Project) are situated in Sri Lanka and are trying to improve the life of captive elephants. As animal lovers we didn't like witnessing the hardship we were seeing; day in, day out the same suffering and nothing we could do about it. We strive to create an environment without the usual abuse and hardship that goes on so often. We started thinking, what if we could create a place where the elephants don’t have to work? What if we could start a project where the elephants are free from being ridden and being a tourist attraction? What if we can have a place where they are happy, walk around freely, drink when they want, can play, get excellent care and all the love we can give? These are our goals. We are still a very young project, only opening in October 2013, and are very determined towards change and with your help we are slowly -but steadily- getting there! We currently care for two beautiful elephants called Manika and Seetha. Manika was our first elephant with Seetha joining her in July 2015. We are the only place in Sri Lanka that tries to improve the lives of privately owned elephants without offering rides or any other elephant entertainment. Buying an elephant is almost impossible. Most elephant owners are very rich and care about the status an elephant gives them and their family - they won't consider to sell or give away their prized possession. This means that we are forced to rent them in order to give them a life most elephants could only dream of and ensure she doesn’t end up at a riding place or another bad environment. The Ananda Elephant Sanctuary is the alternative to all these places. To find out more about our work visit our website: http://www.anandaelephantsanctuary.com/index.html or like our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/anandaelephantsanctuary/ * For the next stage of our exciting project we want to move into a larger site where we can hopefully give sanctuary to even more elephants. Our dream in for the sanctuary is for a semi-wild area but where they have all of the amenities they could possibly need: protective walls, a water tank, fruit trees, and enough space for them to roam freely.* Each Elephant has a keeper specific to them, they are called Manhouts. We would love to build accommodation for them next to the elephants so that they care easily care for them whenever the elephants need them.* In addition we would have a full time doctor, this means that the elephants would not have to leave the sanctuary in order to get medical treatment reducing the stress of being separated from the herd and the transport. When the doctor is not tending to our elephants we would use him to treat elephants at riding centers where they poorly attend the medical needs of their elephants.* Our current site wold not go to waste though. We would convert it into an eco-garden where we would grow vegetables and fruit for volunteers to pick and feed to the elephants.* We hope to buy a van also to transport volunteers to and from the new site easily. All of these changes would make us self-sufficient saving us money to continually reinvest back into our project. We really hope that you appreciate our cause make make a small donation. Every contribution helps rescue these beautiful animals.

£20

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Fix Fred's leg

Fix Fred's leg

Welcome to fix Freddie's legFred is a rescue from Cyprus and has now had 5 homes. He was found as a pup up in the cryptic mountains in a poor state. He was taken and took care of and then rehomed. A short while later he was found again living on the streets. The person ( owner) I use that term very loosely, was confronted about it and Fred was fostered by a lady called Leslie for 3 years, it broke her heart when he was finally rehomed with my friend who sadly had to have him rehomed again as her personal circumstances changed. So I rehomed Fred I would say it's my house but it's more like I am his lodger lol.  I wouldn't have it any other way. The boy is my best friend and means the world to me we haven't spent a day apart since he came home.Fred loves to go for a drive, he sits in the front with his doggy seat belt on. I have a allotment where me and the boy spend a lot of time there, he loves nothing more than laying in the sun and watching the cows in the field at the bottom. On sunday 23rd of June I was clearing up getting ready to go home as it was his dinner time. I was in the shed when I heard him cry out. My heart sank I dropped everything on the floor ran to him to find he was unable to stand on his rear left leg so I checked to see if I could find anything  wrong, I couldn't so I carried him to the car and when we got home I called the vets out of hours. To be greeted with " it will be £150 to see the vet before treatment as your not registered with us" and not to panic and bring him in the morning. So I sat on the floor with him all night. So I called the vets we always used and got him a appointment he was given pain killers and was booked in for the Friday to have X-rays done to be sent off to specialists 30 miles away. They came amp back to us and said he has to have a TPO operation ( triple  pelvic osteotomy )  DPO / TPO are treatment option for canine hip dysplasia The aim of DPO / TPO is to create a deeper hip socket.Fred's insurance will only pay a 3rd of the costs, but I have to pay it first then claim back as they will not pay directly to the vets. I contacted PDSA to try and see if they would help but with no success from them or a local charity too as they said they won't as its a specialist condition.  This is why I have set this page up to see if anyone would help our Fred to be pain free once again.Thank you all so much for just taking the time to read this, I know times are hard for everyone  but if you are able to give even a little it would mean the world to me and my poor pup!   Click to make a contribution.* Give however much you want.* All payments are secureThank you!

£0.17

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