From Success Stories

Saving Monica

Bella and Maxy are gone, most probably forever.

Onur Salih Karadag at Cizmeli Kedi, the vet who committed this atrocity will pay, in a way he has already begun to pay as nobody in its right state of mind will ever bring an animal to his clinic.

Sill, there are, many great vets in this country  (well, not so many to be honest) and we will continue putting our trust in their work.

It is time for Let’s Adopt! to continue moving forward, pushing for change and above all, saving lives.

This is Monica. She was rescued from the forests of Istanbul with a horrific leg fracture.  Here is her full Facebook album.

This week one of the country’s leading surgeons will carry on a delicate operation on her leg to try to reverse the damage.

Monica will walk again, I promise you that.

I need you to please help us with Monica’s operation and recovery. How to do this?

1. Contribute through the Simba Fund.  Here is a link , you can also find the widget in the right side of the blog.

2. Open your home to this wonderful animal. She has suffered so much already. Imagine all the pain she went through.

3. Share this appeal in your profiles and networks. Simply press the Share button.

Her life begins now. It’s a beautiful world. Please help us save Monica.

Share this appeal in your profiles and networks. Simply press the Share button.

Jumpy goes home

Jumpy was found thrown like garbage in a field in Ankara.

A pure breed golden retriever that obviously lost its appeal when his leg had to be amputated.. so what did they do? they threw him away…

When we saw the pics we organize for one of us to go to that field and try to find him.. the poor thing was still there… sitting.

This is Jumpy’s story…

Survivor

Sookie was a shelter dog. A tiny black thing trying to survive in a putrid shelter.

And the floods changed everything. Hundreds died.

Sookie survived.

International adoptions are, to most, a terrible waste of time and resources.

Well… not to our hundreds of rescues. To them an international adoption is the chance to a life that was denied in their country of origin.

Please share this on your profiles… allow everyone to see what one can achieve when you apply determination and passion to whatever it is you do…

We have lots to do, many Sookies to save… Please join Let’s Adopt! and become a contributor to the Simba Fund

Viktor Larkhill

viktor@myletsadopt.com

Goodbye Abuse

International adoptions are, to most, a terrible waste of time and resources.

Well… not to our hundreds of rescues. To them WE are the chance to a life that was denied in their country of origin.

Please share it on your profiles… allow everyone to see what one can achieve when you apply determination and passion to whatever it is you do…

In memory of Keci

Keci was one of our very special dogs.

She was brought to the Sariyer Shelter from the district of Beykoz in 2001…

Thanks to our friend Lale, Keci became a new member of an amazing German family in 2002.

That family took her with them on every vacation they ever went. This is the reason why every few months we would receive pictures of Keci from different countries and locations (the pic in this post was taken in Denmark)

Today 24 th of April she passed away from a sudden illness.

Keci lived in hell for the first four years of her life until we rescued her… she spent 8 wonderful years in Germany and passed a the age of 12.

We wish all our animals the same kind of life Keci had in her new home, and this is the reason why we work so hard to find the perfect families for our animals, whenever that family may be.

Our biggest thanks to that amazing family, we are very sorry for your loss.

Farewell Keci.

Click here for some more pics of our amazing Keci

20 Dogs rescued

These are the stories of 20 Turkish dogs, rescued by our friends Lale, Melek and Bilge.
They all left behind a sad story and started new lives overseas.
Two years ago the organizations saving those animals had to operate hiding as ultra-nationalists attacked them and slandered them.
Things have changed now.
Let’s Adopt! has brought legitimacy to international rescue. Thanks for our open approach everyone (except a few crazy whackos out there) recognizes now the efforts of those rescuers.
This is what we do… Join us.

If you cannot watch the youtube video please click HERE

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Coco’s luck

Dear Friends,

Most of you remember Coco…

She was found paralyzed by the side of the road. We looked for the reason and found out she had a bullet lodged in her spine.

Most people would have either dumped her in a Municipal shelter or put her to sleep. The best case scenario for her would be to live attached to a wheelchair.

Not us….

Please click HERE and see what happened with Coco…Please watch the video till the end. It is in German but this is one of those occasions where images speak for themselves. I can GUARANTEE you will cry with joy.

We thank all of those who were involved in this operation, we couldn’t have done anything without you.

We are currently working on the process of sending some of our rescues to their final homes overseas. If you want to be a part of it we will be thankful for your contribution to the Simba Fund.

Best

Viktor Larkhill

Are you a real animal lover?

Kont
Kont

Today Kont was adopted by an extraordinary person. We solved this case using our own private network.
But now.. have a look at this pictures and let me ask you a question.
Would you have considered fostering or adopting this dog?
She lost her leg in a traffic accident. She will never be able to run again, certainly will never be pretty in the eyes of so many of you.
The question is… would you have moved a finger to help this dog in any way? Would you have provided temporary accommodation for her whilst a final family was found?  Would you have helped with her medical treatment if we had asked for it?
It is very simple… if the answer is YES, you are a real animal lover… a kind gentle soul who probably feels very alone out there. I wish you good dreams and a long happy life.
If the answer was NO then.. well.. you are no animal lover, just a poser.

Decide who you are.

Contact us. We have plenty of cases who need your help.

Viktor@myletsadopt.com