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We are going through a very difficult time. During the course of the last days, trespassers have entered our property with the intention of hurting our dogs. Saturday, unfortunately, they did so when before dawn they poisoned 16 Territorians. At the time, the trespassers were chased but they escaped. Monday evening, our employees discovered on premises, two men wearing ski masks and dark clothing. They were again chased through the property until unfortunately, they reached the road where an unmarked car was waiting for them. This time none of our dogs were hurt, but while in pursuit to catch those horrible people, one of our collaborators was injured when one of the intruders attacked him with a machete. Luckily it was only a superficial flesh wound and our brave Johnny is alright. Needless to say, we feel upset and deeply saddened by all of this. On Monday we buried 9 of the 16 poisoned dogs, and 7 more are bravely fighting for their lives. This is not the first time this happens, we know that there are people who don't sympathize with our cause and want us to close this shelter at any cost. With this incident, we believe these heartless people are responsible for more than 60 mysterious deaths over the past months. We filed the report with the local police and we are waiting for them to catch these criminals. We have been working so hard to comply with the government regulations and in the middle of it, we suffer the loss of our precious dogs. We urgently need to install in 8 hectares of pens, 36 security cameras, and lighting poles to help the surveillance and keep our beloved Territorians and brave collaborators safe. Despite this tragedy, we are still standing, still fighting, and still certain that our human tribe, who loves dogs as much as we do, supports us and believes in our work. We have been hit many times before, but in every case, we have bounced back stronger and more determined. We will not allow evil prevail. Human beings must not attempt against the life of an innocent animal. If you believe that this mountain belongs to stray dogs and you want to help make sure I stays that way please follow the link in our Bio