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Help Cherai tails save, vaccinate and sterilize pups this Monsoon

We first met Eisha Christmas 2017. She had pups and lived with an adult female Isha. Isha was nervous, Eisha  feral. Over time the 2 have become our regulars, Isha was sterilised but we have been unable to get Eisha done. She had 2 more litters in 2018, one in the monsoon during the flood and she managed to keep hers alive all were adopted. In February this year we took the 3 healthy girls from her winter litter who had begun to wander and were in real danger. Nakhti, Mille and Ellie all have fantastic homes.
 Eisha now has 4 pups on the beach just about  weeks old now (8/6/2019) they are sheltering in a ditch and being helped with covering etc by a kindly nearby restaurant owner. The pups get caught in the snake netting, so I visit daily as I'm honoured to be allowed to handle her babies. We have placed a Barney Bennett there and hope they'll move into it..they are probably using it in the rain already.  
Just next door another friendly girl who we've named Maminka has 2 babies, they are older perhaps almost a month. 
At the moment I'm travelling to the beach daily which costs rupees 150 in fares. We will take the pups when need be but leave them for as long as possible with their mom's at the moment they are too young to be taken.
Daily visits are a must. It's the monsoon and very hard for young pups outside. As soon as they are 6 weeks they'll need the multi vaccine, we've had one possible outbreak this year. The cost is almost rs 400 each and then at 3 months we'll sterilise.

 At base we have 4 pups who are ready for homing , one Rama is due to be sterilised on Monday 10th and has a good home in Allepy. Ronnie has been offered a home too that is 2 hours away we have booked an auto to take him tomorrow. We need to  get them homed before they're too big and to make space for the beach babes. The cost is rs 30 per km for the two it will be over Rs 6000.
 
 Please help if you can. I will update you with progress and withdraw to pay for auto's and medication as we need it. Regular small amounts would be great to keep us going but seriously every little really helps.
 If you cant send cash please consider buying some food on our amazon wish list.. http://amzn.in/5V4Ea3z
Thank you so much for allowing us to do this work.
As i am on my own photos while feeding the girls and keeping them apart, ar not easy to get but when I get them l'll upload them.
Not included groceries rice, oil, and incidentals like gas etc.
Not included groceries rice, oil, and incidentals like gas etc.
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15th July 2019
Dear Supporters,

It has been a very hard 3 days, the sterilisations, Betty, Lulu and Ruby. Ruby had to come on her own she is a large lady. We couldn't get the medication locally either so had tom go to Ernakuam for it at the last minute as a chemist who promised to get it didn't.  As it turned out the meds were rs 60 cheaper there so that paid for the fare as we needed 9. Money we were expecting to be cleared from here hadn't been and the kindest of our supporters lent us 1500 without which nothing could have happened. We got the rest of the medication on credit.The sterilisations started late and I returned with Lulu Moll & Betty while Anandhu waited for Ruby. It turned out that she had been carrying..she would have been out on the road.
I have Lulu Moll here she has been mainly on the balcony this time with babies, so the poor vets stayed till 6.30.
The transport alone to and from the hospital on the hunt for medication and to ernakulam cost 3500 we paid for 1050 worth of meds the rest went on credit.

I have Lulu Moll here she
 has been mainly on the balcony she dosen't like the older dogs but has today made friends with the kindergarten class.
Bella has accelerated her protest at another dog being here and now goes to the toilet inside as part of this. Melinda only comes in in the evening as Lulu Moll is on the balcony and eats through her lead each night. She will be inside tonight though which should make things easier. lulu has been offered a fantastic home with a 2 yr old lab acres of space to roam free she and the lab will tied up in the day when the workers are on the land but not at weekends. It's fine as that's the hot time of the day anyhow when dogs sleep. The delivery will cost 4000 but the adopter is paying 1000.
At the moment both Lulu and Betty have been put on anti biotics as they have mild infections and i wont take any risks so it will be the end of the week when we deliver.https://www.facebook.com/cheraitails/videos/364940770870483/
Majama  in the video link and Khushi are being vaccinated tomorrow.
We also managed to get 3 very young max 30 day old pups...they were going to be thrown on the street we paid for an ad to help the young lady tenant who was looking after them ..but she was in a lat and the landlord had them in a sack to go...She is going to ind adopters etc we are fostering however if here in 2 weeks i will vaccinate and do want them sterilised. This is bubble (white with amazing black spots) and squeak..another is joining them tonight was adopted being returned as female..
So its all go...!!!


Dear Supporters,

It has been a very hard 3 days, the sterilisations, Betty, Lulu and Ruby. Ruby had to come on her own she is a large lady. We couldn't get the medication locally either so had tom go to Ernakuam for it at the last minute as a chemist who promised to get it didn't.  As it turned out the meds were rs 60 cheaper there so that paid for the fare as we needed 9. Money we were expecting to be cleared from here hadn't been and the kindest of our supporters lent us 1500 without which nothing could have happened. We got the rest of the medication on credit.The sterilisations started late and I returned with Lulu Moll & Betty while Anandhu waited for Ruby. It turned out that she had been carrying..she would have been out on the road.
I have Lulu Moll here she has been mainly on the balcony this time with babies, so the poor vets stayed till 6.30.
The transport alone to and from the hospital on the hunt for medication and to ernakulam cost 3500 we paid for 1050 worth of meds the rest went on credit.

I have Lulu Moll here she
 has been mainly on the balcony she dosen't like the older dogs but has today made friends with the kindergarten class.
Bella has accelerated her protest at another dog being here and now goes to the toilet inside as part of this. Melinda only comes in in the evening as Lulu Moll is on the balcony and eats through her lead each night. She will be inside tonight though which should make things easier. lulu has been offered a fantastic home with a 2 yr old lab acres of space to roam free she and the lab will tied up in the day when the workers are on the land but not at weekends. It's fine as that's the hot time of the day anyhow when dogs sleep. The delivery will cost 4000 but the adopter is paying 1000.
At the moment both Lulu and Betty have been put on anti biotics as they have mild infections and i wont take any risks so it will be the end of the week when we deliver.https://www.facebook.com/cheraitails/videos/364940770870483/
Majama  in the video link and Khushi are being vaccinated tomorrow.
We also managed to get 3 very young max 30 day old pups...they were going to be thrown on the street we paid for an ad to help the young lady tenant who was looking after them ..but she was in a lat and the landlord had them in a sack to go...She is going to ind adopters etc we are fostering however if here in 2 weeks i will vaccinate and do want them sterilised. This is bubble (white with amazing black spots) and squeak..another is joining them tonight was adopted being returned as female..
So its all go...!!!


4th July 2019
 
This is Lulu Moll she has been adopted by the auto drivers and lives ta their stand. I am now including her as I pass to feed Isha, Eisha & pups and Maminka. She is only about 5 months at a guess. Very happy and free as a community dog we have de wormed her and will get her spot on to keep off the tics. As soon as the donations from Elisa and the mysterious Goldie (exceptionally generous) clear -should be in 4 days. i will get her vaccinated and book her in for sterilisation while she is small enough for me to have recouping.
This girl now called Ruby was a stray.dumped  a local family called us and Anandhu our volunteer visited, we had the vet nurse call as the family were worried about her health, de wormed and de ticed her and left a large bag of dried food. She is now very happy and the family are happy to keep her so we shall vaccinate her at the same time as Lulu, they did not welcome sterilisation but we shall continue to persuade them, she may even be a little old.

I have been on cloud 9 all day with the knowledge that Rio and Betty are so happy..Betty has been bought a toy!! 
Rio has been moved to the countryside where he has plenty of space and company..

I am so often laughed at for insisting on no cages and the right homes for the characters ..when we get homes lie these beyond our dreams, and we have had many, many......most..it's well it makes life so worth living.
THANK YOU one and all and Elisa you star there have been almost 150 likes in less then a day  for your Italian translation of what we do..if that doesnt motivate us nothing will!!!!
oh and here are the resident babies.....
maminka's Maise
Eisha's Khushi...the real baby just 4 weeks

tomorrow i bring in the other 2 of Eisha's ..before the weekend traffic..i hate it poor mom .  Maminka was there for lunch today  calmer bless her no longer looking for her baby but almost a week and still has milk.

Thank You

 
This is Lulu Moll she has been adopted by the auto drivers and lives ta their stand. I am now including her as I pass to feed Isha, Eisha & pups and Maminka. She is only about 5 months at a guess. Very happy and free as a community dog we have de wormed her and will get her spot on to keep off the tics. As soon as the donations from Elisa and the mysterious Goldie (exceptionally generous) clear -should be in 4 days. i will get her vaccinated and book her in for sterilisation while she is small enough for me to have recouping.
This girl now called Ruby was a stray.dumped  a local family called us and Anandhu our volunteer visited, we had the vet nurse call as the family were worried about her health, de wormed and de ticed her and left a large bag of dried food. She is now very happy and the family are happy to keep her so we shall vaccinate her at the same time as Lulu, they did not welcome sterilisation but we shall continue to persuade them, she may even be a little old.

I have been on cloud 9 all day with the knowledge that Rio and Betty are so happy..Betty has been bought a toy!! 
Rio has been moved to the countryside where he has plenty of space and company..

I am so often laughed at for insisting on no cages and the right homes for the characters ..when we get homes lie these beyond our dreams, and we have had many, many......most..it's well it makes life so worth living.
THANK YOU one and all and Elisa you star there have been almost 150 likes in less then a day  for your Italian translation of what we do..if that doesnt motivate us nothing will!!!!
oh and here are the resident babies.....
maminka's Maise
Eisha's Khushi...the real baby just 4 weeks

tomorrow i bring in the other 2 of Eisha's ..before the weekend traffic..i hate it poor mom .  Maminka was there for lunch today  calmer bless her no longer looking for her baby but almost a week and still has milk.

Thank You

4th July 2019
Dear Supporters,

Here's a quick update:

Rio is very happy in his forever home, his family is loving and caring and they are delighted if a little surprised. with how obedient and gentle he is. He is moving to their country home where he'll have a lot of space and another dog for company.


Rio on his new bed that he loves!!!

Our Betty is now called Julie, we dropped her to the home so that if need be we can collect her for sterilization in a month. She has had so much change in her short life and is such a character letting her go was very hard especially as so soon after Rio. This was her the first night her ears are back, which means she felt safe. No lead no cage.


 


After we'd delivered Betty we fed the beach ladies and babies. We picked up Khush (means happy in Hindi) she wags her tail a lot!!  Eisha's pups have moved to the road's edge and are sheltering under some building material. Eisha has a lot of milk so hopefully taking Khush will reduce this a little so that when we take the remaining 2 on Friday she will be in less pain as her milk dries up. Plus Maise will not be alone
Khush is very fluffy so has tics we have already used a whole box of notix on her, as well as manually grooming her. Although she is bigger then Maise (2 weeks younger) she still walks like a drunk and sleeps more.  Maise has trained her as to toilet areas and she comes when called, as was familiar with this when we fed her and siblings outside.


 

The auto drivers mainly Sunil have adopted a young female of about 3/4 months old and called her Lulu Moll. She has been dewormed and we shall vaccinate her and Maise this week. Will get some photos.
I am going to arrange for her to be sterilized as soon as possible as she is small enough now to recoup here and be taken in for the operation.
Beau is heavily pregnant and will be having her litter soon.  Sunil is feeding her dried food regularly from next week I will include her on my feeding run.
We have not seen Maminka in 2 days apparently she comes back to sleep at night. Hopefully, she has joined Isha's part-time pack ..but at least is no longer dangerously chasing cars and bikes outside the restaurant.
Melinda has now moved into our garden 80% of the time.
A very emotional week and Eisha's grieving when I take her remaining 2. But 2 have great homes.
it is like being on the spin mode of a washing machine emotions swept one way and then another, with occasional abrupt halts and all emotional energy being drained.
Watching tubby Khush waddle to her food and wag her tail with vigor helps.


Thank You
Dear Supporters,

Here's a quick update:

Rio is very happy in his forever home, his family is loving and caring and they are delighted if a little surprised. with how obedient and gentle he is. He is moving to their country home where he'll have a lot of space and another dog for company.


Rio on his new bed that he loves!!!

Our Betty is now called Julie, we dropped her to the home so that if need be we can collect her for sterilization in a month. She has had so much change in her short life and is such a character letting her go was very hard especially as so soon after Rio. This was her the first night her ears are back, which means she felt safe. No lead no cage.


 


After we'd delivered Betty we fed the beach ladies and babies. We picked up Khush (means happy in Hindi) she wags her tail a lot!!  Eisha's pups have moved to the road's edge and are sheltering under some building material. Eisha has a lot of milk so hopefully taking Khush will reduce this a little so that when we take the remaining 2 on Friday she will be in less pain as her milk dries up. Plus Maise will not be alone
Khush is very fluffy so has tics we have already used a whole box of notix on her, as well as manually grooming her. Although she is bigger then Maise (2 weeks younger) she still walks like a drunk and sleeps more.  Maise has trained her as to toilet areas and she comes when called, as was familiar with this when we fed her and siblings outside.


 

The auto drivers mainly Sunil have adopted a young female of about 3/4 months old and called her Lulu Moll. She has been dewormed and we shall vaccinate her and Maise this week. Will get some photos.
I am going to arrange for her to be sterilized as soon as possible as she is small enough now to recoup here and be taken in for the operation.
Beau is heavily pregnant and will be having her litter soon.  Sunil is feeding her dried food regularly from next week I will include her on my feeding run.
We have not seen Maminka in 2 days apparently she comes back to sleep at night. Hopefully, she has joined Isha's part-time pack ..but at least is no longer dangerously chasing cars and bikes outside the restaurant.
Melinda has now moved into our garden 80% of the time.
A very emotional week and Eisha's grieving when I take her remaining 2. But 2 have great homes.
it is like being on the spin mode of a washing machine emotions swept one way and then another, with occasional abrupt halts and all emotional energy being drained.
Watching tubby Khush waddle to her food and wag her tail with vigor helps.


Thank You
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Goal: Rs.15,000

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Love you mam happy bday

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More pups deserve your care. Keep up with the good work. 🙂

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