Travel to Sri Lanka - Volunteers are urgently required
I have recently returned from a 2-week trip out there and can say that I had a truly amazing time with memories that I will hold in my heart forever. It means the world to you to play a small part in the recovery of an animal that can now walk after being told that they would be paralyzed for life, to socialise puppies and to rescue a dog that was near death’s door.
This is the perfect opportunity to do something different; take time out from a hectic lifestyle, spend part of your 'gap year' here or an interesting addition to your CV if you so wish.
You will be required to pay for your flight, accommodation and meals although the sanctuary may be able to provide accommodation on-site for a small fee.
Make a difference, let Sri Lanka get under your skin and the animals into your heart – you will have an amazing time!
Please contact Kim Cooling at [email protected] or 07773 746108 and we look forward to seeing you soon......................
More about Animal SOS Sri Lanka
The charity faces many challenges among the animals of Sri Lanka: cruelty and neglect, disease and other dangers such as road accidents. The work undertaken by Animal SOS Sri Lanka includes sterilising and vaccinating the strays to reduce the chance of litters being born on the streets, and to also help control the spread of rabies, which is prevalent in Sri Lanka. Animal SOS Sri Lanka give loving care to strays at their sanctuary, while their emergency veterinary clinic treats sick and injured strays, performs sterilisations and gives quality veterinary care to the animals in the sanctuary
More info on Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka is found in the Indian Ocean, off the southern part of India. It covers just over 25,000 square miles. Animal SOS Sri Lanka has some wonderful photos on its website.
Sri Lanka Guide Books are available from Lonely Planet and you can find out more on Sri Lanka from Lonely Planet as well. Another useful resource is the official website for Sri Lanka Tourism