Watch with us the process of Jean’s recovery since March 24th until now, Jean the puppy used to suffer from a coma, cramps & lack of focus. We put it through therapy and retraining to enable it to walk again until it’s fully recovered.
We thank the child that contacted us about the puppy.
Our friend Abu Daya was working at Al Nour hotel when he saw this poor female dog inside the hotel premises. She was wounded in her front leg. We picked her up and brought her to the vet, who confirmed she was suffering from a gunshot wound, and that it has become infected. He cleaned the wound and bandaged it, and we will need to go back to make sure there are no fractures. She is now safe with us under treatment.
Al-Zaytoonah University College for Science and Development invites Sulala Animal Rescue for a meeting to establish a sanctuary for stray animals.
The association represented by (Mr. Saeed Al-Err – Chairman of the Board) met with the President of Al-Zaytoonah University College of Science and Development – North Gaza Branch (Dr. Mahmoud Khalil Zuaiter – Chairman of the Board of Directors) to discuss ways of joint cooperation for the project to establish a reserve for stray animals in Beit Lahia city northern Gaza.
The association visited the place designated for the reserve, which is under construction which also includes a veterinary clinic.
Two days ago we were visited by a group of internationals who work inside Gaza. They were from Belgium, Venezuela and Australia. They played with the dogs and we explained our work to them inside and outside the shelter. We are very thankful for their visit and support
Dear followers, we from Sulala want to wish you a very merry Christmas and a happy new year! We hope that 2022 will be easier, and wish you joy and good health! Thank you so much for your continued support for our work all the best from Saeed and all the cats and dogs in the shelter.
On 29 December 2021, we went top visit the family of the two children who were bitten by their neighbour’s german shepherd. We wrote about them a while ago (rumour had spread that they were bitten by stray dogs and this had stirred up anti stray dog sentiment in the community). The first child we visited, Mu’taz Khamis Al Jorudi, is 10 years old. We brought him gifts and were welcomed by his kind family. The bite had resulted in a fear of dogs, but by talking to him and telling him about different dogs, the fear lessened significantly. We gave him a bag of dog food which he will use to feed the stray dogs around his house. We are very thankful towards Mu’taz and his kind family!
The second boy is called Ayham Salem Naji. He is five years old, and unfortunately the event has affected him greatly. He became introverted and does not want to go to school anymore. We will help him get psychological counselling to overcome his fear. We also thank this boy’s parents for the kind reception!