“TO BE OR NOT TO BE” HAMLET ACT III

SOS thus far has had many instances where strays in dire condition were reported however no help was  rendered on the spot.

Please know that SOS is NOT in the capacity to offer “immediate” assistance upon report posted in the website.  Due to acute shortage of human and funding resources, it may take us days if not weeks to deploy necessary resources, if any, to the reported site.  In many instances, the affected strays either went missing or too late to receive assistance due to prolonged suffering.

SOS earnestly implores all the good Samaritans to render immediate assistance when strays are spotted in dire condition.  Simple gesture such as offering clean water, food or even to relocate the strays away from immediate danger is proven to be of great tangible help.  Reporting to SOS (SOS offers spay, neuter) or circulating the news via media network around is only delaying the issue if NOT “hands off!”.

Please be mindful that the time lapse between the moment being spotted, time to narrate and report to the website and finally anticipating assistance could be tangibly utilized to save if not mitigate the pain of many needy strays in a realistic and fruitful manner.

Rescued Case: Boy

This is the kind of thing that Save Our Strays (SOS) – Penang has to face on a daily basis. Our goal is to neuter as many community dogs as we can to prevent unwanted pregancy and homeless babies, who end up on the streets or in over crowded shelters. It is not the shelters fault, there are just too many dogs needing a home… Please help us to help them, share, spread awareness, neuter, adopt, donate, volunteer…
Visit our page at https://www.facebook.com/saveourstrayspenang/
Thank you