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BARC (Bali Dog Adoption Rehabilitation Centre)
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BARC is a no-kill facility that aims to relieve the suffering, starvation and abuse of Bali animals through rescue, rehabilitation and re-homing. We take in the worst of the worst – and see it almost daily! No words can describe the level of suffering experienced by some of these abandoned animals – bald from mange, emaciated, open fly infested wounds, broken limbs – they cringe at the site of humans, scavenge for food scraps, sleep on the streets and as a result, live in constant fear. We provide all rescued animals with the necessary veterinary care (including vaccination and sterilization). While their bodies mend we do what we can to rebuild their trust in humanity offering love and affection. When ready they are placed in fur-ever homes through our adoption program. The most traumatized cases may live out their lives in our animal sanctuary called ‘Warriors Legacy – BARC Sanctuary’. Warriors Legacy is the first ever rescued animal sanctuary in Bali. This project is home to over 60 adult dogs, 2 rescue horses, 3 rescued pigs and many monkeys. We have just completed construction of a state of the art, all natural, open-air jungle enclosure for our rescued monkeys. We operate a street program to help many mistreated animals, support locals with free veterinary care and regular street vaccination/sterilization programs. Additionally we conduct education programs in the Balinese community. Founded in 2006 (registered charity in both Australia and Indonesia), we have expanded rapidly, to date helping over 20,000 animals. There are presently 350+ animals in our care. With no government funding, we rely on donations from the global community. None of this would be possible without the generous support of our donors! Please know that 100% of all donations go towards improving the lives of Bali Animals. You can find out more about BARC through our website or facebook page: www.barc4balidogs.org.au https://www.facebook.com/BaliDogAdoptionRehabilitationCentre/
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