By Margaret Sheard ….
The friend of Northern Cyprus shares its Daily News of Life and Times around the world
By Hope 4 Pets Admin …
After a couple of months of worry and uncertainty, the admin of Hope 4 Pets have been deeply moved by the uplifting positive comments we have received in person and on Facebook. It was lovely to read all your comments about H4P and the huge impact it has had on the community in North Cyprus.
By Margaret Sheard ….
Sunday 28th October was the day arranged by Cansev Aritaş of Semir’s Fırın & Kebab House, Ozankoy, with cooperation from Tim’s Cafe/Bar, to hold the first car boot sale at the Selvi Strip, on the main road in Ozankoy, to raise funds for Hope 4 Pets.
By Olga Marie Downing …
Starting Sunday 28th October from 12.00 – 16.00
By Robert Astley – The Dog Whisperer …
I am asking all my friends a personal favour as Hope 4 Pets needs your help and if you are a member and have already paid the 50TL membership fee per year then Thank You but if not could you please use this link to make your payment
UK bank account.
BACS using sort code: 20-11-81,
acc no: 23445542 Hope 4 Pets North Cyprus
TRNC bank account. UBAN CT22136094310313040000000581 Kuzey Kibris Hayvanlar Icin Umut Dernegi Creditwest Catalkoy
Please they need our help and I need theirs to carry on what I am doing to care for the street animals, so they need help for so many every day.
Even if you are in the UK 50TL is about £6 it would mean so much to me if you could become a paid up member of Hope 4 Pets North Cyprus which is run by 3 lovely dedicated ladies that need help in other ways and if you think you can help, then please contact one of the team.
By Stephanie Harrison-Croft and Elizabeth Stowell ….
Hope 4 Pets North Cyprus ….
Hope 4 Pets were alerted to the problem in Alsancak by the couple involved at the heart of this incident Mark and Liz Gladwin, who understandably were upset and angry to be told by Mr Enver Ozbirim of the law enforcement office at the Alsancak Belediye, when he went to their house, that they had to hand over 3 of their dogs as there was now a rule that only 3 dogs per household were allowed and the 3 dogs confiscated would be taken to Girne Pound.