We are a UK-based volunteer support group which manages our website, our external fundraising, Facebook, Pinterest and our Newsletters. We keep in touch with Goans living abroad through their Associations, and support everyone who wishes to fundraise for us in any way, however big or small.
Our free News Update is published regularly, and brings you all the news stories from the Centre. It is our way of staying in touch with all our supporters. If you would like to be added to our distribution list please email us.
Hungry, hungry dogs recently picked up.
Not sure who was more surprised when this tiny
little guy was spotted, Mum or us. He arrived overnight.
We are always looking for volunteers from abroad and in Goa to help us at the Centre. We have a number of projects we would like to move forward with, but need some extra help.
Are you travelling to Goa from abroad?
Could you take some photographs for us at Camps?
Could you make a video of our work for our website?
If you are Social Media-friendly, we need your help urgently.
We thank all our volunteers, staff and visitors for taking and sending their photos of us at work and play, including Stella Albano, Tony & Leila Boehmer, Clodagh Corcoran, Dr Natasha Coutinho, Dr Niceta Cunha Costa, Dr Jayram Desai, Priya Despande, Rebecca Dyball, Milena Glücklich, Sally Goodall, Becky Grocott, Michael Hennessey, Peter & Jean Holsey, GD Kare, Sukhad Keshkamat, Sunil Korajjkar, Rishabh Nagpal, Tracie Potts, Simone Ritter, Penny Stephens and Radhika Wakharkar. If we have inadvertently omitted anyone, our apologies.
Please keep them coming in for our Facebook page, Pinterest, and Newsletters – email them to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com .
Thanks too to everyone who kindly allowed us to take their photographs at Camps and Clinics to celebrate adopting a new pet or having their pet vaccinated or treated.
And finally, thanks to all the wonderful dogs, puppies, cats, kittens, goats, ducks,
Pariah Kites, owls, tortoises and snakes, to name a few, who made life interesting and, too often, sad this year. Your will to survive never ceases to amaze us.