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Big Ray

Rey, the big three-and-a-half-year-old, has spent his entire life living in a home and has been trained for home living. He is an incredibly cute dog who gets along well with other dogs and children. Rey would be delighted to find a new home quickly as the shelter is unfamiliar to him, and he may find it somewhat challenging to adjust. Rey, along with others, is waiting at our shelter for a loving adoption.

Name: Big Ray
Age: 4
Date of birth: 2019
Sex: Male
Size: Large
Color: Brown, Beige
Level of education: Trained for home living, Rey has been a house dog his entire life.
Breed: Mixed
Fur: Short
Suitable for: Able to handle a strong dog, People who have raised a dog in the past, House without cats, House without dogs
Key character: Gentle and adorable.

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Moti

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keep us safe

The Jerusalem Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, is continuing to work in the shelter and in the clinic even in these difficult days. Despite the situation and personal difficulties of each and every one of us, the staff and volunteers are taking care of the animals who are dependent on us.

We are very worried because we do not have a safe and protected place for staff or volunteers. They are completely exposed while the sirens go off, there is no place to run to and take cover.

We are very concerned and looking for a solution.

To this end, we contacted a company that will provide us with two portable “safe spaces” at a cost of $30,000.
We are turning to you to ask for your help. We must keep them safe. 

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