We often get the calls and messages from individuals who cannot bring themselves to walk on and ignore an animal in dire need. We are not a shelter, but always try our best to give advice on steps to take or to organize with shelters and fosters.

Early one morning Tarek called.

“Nobody wants them around in our accommodation,” he said.  “They do not like it. They push the puppies out and yell at them and hit them. But they are so hungry, Ma’am, and crying and they keep coming back to me. And they tell me they need my help. So I put them into a car and got them some food. But they are still so hungry, Ma’am” Tarek went on.

As always the few shelters here are bursting and many people are away and unable to foster. But with the help of Paws Qatar,  we were able to say yes! And arrange for both boys to get out of there and into safety.

Both dogs have been seen by a Veterinarian and started their first vaccinations. They will soon be available for adoption.

We think they are from different litters and Jay is about two weeks older than Tarek (the little one named after his rescuer.)

We will update with photos and more detailed information in the next week or two.

If you want to know more about Tarek or Jay, please contact usOr fill out an adoption application.

Meanwhile, a first little video of the two in a safe place!