Kimba's Story

Hello, my name is Kimba and I was rescued when I was small by a two-legs called Guy. For almost 18 years we lived together and what fun we had! No dog could ever have been as happy as me.

When I passed away my two-legs was very sad for a long time which made me sad too. I did my best to cheer him up with happy memories but to no avail. 

One day I had a woof of an idea. When my two-legs went on line to watch a Grand Prix (those four-wheels are even louder than me!), I nudged his paws towards instead as I have many friends up here who have told me how Soi Dog saved their lives. Two-legs was horrified as he read about all these dogs, especially those that had endured the obscene cruelty of the dog meat trade in Asia. After a while, he looked up, with a haunted expression on his face, and he said "Kimba, we have got to do something about this."

Within days he had booked a trip to Soi Dog where (after first seeking my approval; given with a hesitant growl if I'm honest) he met hundreds of rescued dogs in the Gill Dalley Sanctuary. Every evening we walked along the beach together (he doesn't know this but, to this day, I am still no more than two paces away and I always will be) and during these walks he was constantly muttering to himself ... and sometimes even growling (I am so glad I taught him something!). I think you two-legs would say that he was formulating a plan.

I am so very proud of what my two-legs is doing  ... for the love of us all, especially those desperate dogs living on death row in Asia, please help us by signing up your "best friend" as a Stop Eating Dogs Campaign Hero today. Woof!

Incidentally my two-legs was born in Northern Nigeria where they speak a language called Hausa. My full name is Karama - Kimba which translates from Hausa as "beautiful - small animal". There are hundreds of thousands of kimba four-legs in Asia who will never see their first birthdays. They will die horrendous deaths. 

We have to HELP them ... please join our Stop Eating Dogs campaign.

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