The kind folks who live in the rural New South Wales (Australia) town of Golburn are teaming up to raise funds in support of the Bali Street Dog Project.
Pam and Neville Burrows are rallying their fellow-townsfolk in Golburn to raise funds for the Bali-based Bali Street Dog Foundation, which provides mass sterilization and medical treatment to Bali's ubiquitous street dogs. The foundation, started by two Sydney women - Paula Hodgson and Natasha Burton - in 1999, has made a significant improvement in the condition of the local semi-stray dog population and served as a rallying point for many local veterinarians and veterinarian students who donate their time to treat skin ailments, broken bones, de-worm, vaccinate and sterilize local dogs Ė all without charge.
If you're within driving distance of Golburn, N.S.W., or are looking for an excuse to visit a beautiful rural town roughly half way between Canberra and Sydney, make a point of joining the Bali Dog Fund Raising Auction scheduled for the Goldburn Soldier's Club on Friday, November 26 at 7:45 p.m.. Admission is $A25 for an evening of light refreshments and an auction of attractive items donated for sale to help alleviate the suffering of Bali's dogs.
For more information call Pam or Neville Burrow at ++61-(0)407 779 640.
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