PAC – Phangan Animal Care 3rd Anniversary on the Island of Koh Phangan



PAC 3rd Anniversary Koh Phangan Island
PAC 3rd Anniversary

Phangan Animal Care the sole provider of veterinarian care for the animals on Koh Phangan Paradise Island was having its 3rd Anniversary Party!

The party was held at “The Rock” next to Paradise Bungalows in Had Rin beach just a couple of days ago, Wednesday 22nd September 2004. It was an entertaining night with lots of friends, fun and drinks 🙂

All started about 3 years ago when Shevaun had the idea to setup an animal clinic here on Koh Phangan Paradise Island. And 3 years later the PAC crew is still pretty alive and taking care of the animals from Koh Phangan. And since PAC is operating on this lovely island lots of things have improved for the animals and the horrible dog poisoning has been eliminated …. Great!

Shevaun even made a speech for that special event and mentioned all the numbers of animal cases treated so far in those 3 years. Number of surgeries done, castrations, sterilizations, house visits and so on. Hardly can remember any number but it sounded quite impressing I can tell you! If you need more detailed info about the 3 years success statistics of PAC then don’t hesitate and send an email to info@pacthailand.org 🙂

Like I said, it was a great night with a special event and a bright future! So a special thanks goes to the PAC crew ran by Shevaun and her team with James, Por, Lia, Theresa and ALL the others I probably forgot to mention in here. By the way … hello to Dr. Somsak from Koh Samui 🙂

Please check out the Picture Gallery => PAC 3rd Anniversary Koh Phangan Island

PAC 3rd Anniversary Koh Phangan Island
PAC Fans
PAC 3rd Anniversary Koh Phangan Island
Shevaun doing her speech thing
PAC 3rd Anniversary Koh Phangan Island
PAC Fans
PAC 3rd Anniversary Koh Phangan Island
Lia & Por
PAC 3rd Anniversary Koh Phangan Island
PAC Logo
PAC 3rd Anniversary Koh Phangan Island
Por, Lia and Dr. Somsak

To find out more about the work of PAC Phangan Animal Care just follow this link => PAC Koh Phangan

All the best & have fun 🙂

6 thoughts on “PAC – Phangan Animal Care 3rd Anniversary on the Island of Koh Phangan

  • September 29, 2004 at 3:57 pm
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    Lia & Por are LOVELY. Shevaun is CRAZY+MAD!!

    Applexx

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  • October 6, 2004 at 2:37 pm
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    I have been coming to this island for the past 3 years so I have heard about and seen many of the good things that (pac) has done. However, I still hold firm my belief of taking care of the stray cat and dog problem by any means. Sorry (pac) I think that the poison patrol is a good thing.

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    • October 9, 2004 at 5:35 pm
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      Sorry(this comment) i think that if you are dying with the poison patrol is a very very good thing to happen!! NOT THE Dogs or Cats!!

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      • October 13, 2004 at 9:51 pm
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        I want to know from you then, how do we take care of the stray dog and cat problem? Once again I have been here off and on for a few years and one thing that keeps coming up are the dogs that are all over the place. Fighting on the beach, barking and fighting in and around bungalows all night. How would you then take care of this problem? Oh yeah I also know of about 3 long term residents that have spent time in hospital because of dogs running in front of their moto bikes.

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        • October 14, 2004 at 3:04 pm
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          well … next time you come to koh pha-gan bring a very BIG pack of poison with you and KILL THEM ALL ! DESTROY THEM … clean Koh Phangan up from that terrible mess ! if they run in your motorbike … then KILL THEM ! if it is not a dog then don’t hesitate … KILL IT! and finally do this planet a favor and KILL YOURSELF 🙂

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      • October 23, 2004 at 6:29 pm
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        Educating the humans that live on the island that spaying and nueturing the animals in their care, is how you help solve the problem. Which is exactly what PAC is trying to do. Ever watch the suffering of an animal dying by poison?

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