This is Jenny the sweet innocent girl dumped and abandoned in a remote picnic area with no food and no-one to care for her.
And all for the crime of getting pregnant.
We are desperate to help her and the four pups she is carrying find a safe and happy future but to do so will cost money - the one thing we are short of given the growing number of dogs we are trying to help right now.
So please if you can find it in your heart to make a donation to help her and her pups we would be forever grateful. Every donation counts however large or small.
This beautiful dog was clearly someone’s pet as she shows all the signs of being cared for and well fed.
She is now around one years old and left un-neutered. Nature took its course and lo and behold she found herself pregnant much to the inconvenience of her owners.
Their response was to drive her out to a remote picnic area and dump her there in the car park when no-one was looking.
Jenny was left bewildered and confused and she just stayed rooted to the spot to wait and wait for their return. It was a forlorn wait.
The picnic area is fairly busy in Summer months but in winter there were very few people around. It was just lucky for Jenny that AFOT committee member Sue Cato was to happen by there and saw her in her obvious distress.
She kept a close eye on her and immediately put out an appeal across the usual Fethiye social media channels in an effort to track down her owners bringing no response.
Sue went back regularly to keep her watered and fed until it was obvious that AFOT needed to step in.
We did Jenny is now in temporary foster care with Mollie Vann, another AFOT committee member in Turkey. She will be safe there in her garden until a more suitable foster home can be found for her.
A scan shows she is carrying four pups and she will stay with Mollie until they are delivered. We will have to care for these pups until they are ready and we will obviously have to find good homes for them.
We will also take care of Jenny and we will attempt to find her a good home in the UK. Indeed we believe we may have already found one.
All this will take time and funds – please help if you can.