“Very sad, both Anggie and Surya were debistated knowing the fact that their lovely Picko was poisened by somebody. It was couple weeks ago, my younger brother found his dead body near the village hall / wantilan. I know he's bit naughty chasing people on motor bike but he means playing around and not bitting peoples.
I really upset why does people so mean and killing the dog?Specially the dog that we care and love. May bad karma follows on the person whose killing our dog.”
It was Wayan and his family who welcomed, supported and guided us when we made a home base in Bali. It was Wayan and his family who helped us feel that we could be a part of Island Bali life. It was Wayan and his family who ensured that we could be accepted into a Balinese community. And it was Wayan and his family who made sure that a poisoning attempt on our rescued Bali Dogs would never be repeated.
For Picko to be killed by poisoning is wretched, for Wayan and his dog loving family to be affected is sad and completely wrong. Poisoning is such a common way of killing, but as is the shadow play of Bali life, it’s so very difficult to ever really know from where the poison has come, who has placed it, for which the real target is and for what the truthful reason could ever be.
All we know is that we will be eternally grateful for what Wayan and his family have done for us. For what has been done to them we will be forever saddened.