I want to start by acknowledging all of you who have supported us all this time for without you we wouldn’t be able to do what we do. Every single one of you has contributed to saving the lives of countless animals and for that we thank you.
It has been a challenging month. We lost Gene in the early hours of Monday November 19, he crossed the rainbow bridge from complications from chemotherapy and his grave underlying health conditions. On Tuesday November 20 also in the
Un mensaje de Iquitos a Iquitos. A big thank you to all the doctors who we are working with at our free sterilization campaign at Amazon Alliance in Iquitos . We hope to inspire the community to reconnect with their hearts and care for the four legged ones. Thank you Dr Ricardo, Dr Cindy, Dr Esther, Dr Alfredo Salazar and to all of you who made this incredible work happen.
We made it safely to Peru and have an incredible team of volunteers assembled. We have done so much work already and I couldn’t be more grateful to the locals who opened their minds to the idea of sterilization so we can put an end to the abandonment of animals and eliminate suffering on the streets once and for all. We have done so much work in 2 days and look forward to the free spay and neuter campaign days on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday . We are making a difference. Thank
Setting up for our free, three day sterilization campaign . We are beyond excited for the day. Grateful to all of you who made this happen. With Deniz Kadem Cindy Villaverde Pelaez Vinka Haro Galetovic Dudu Beizaga Carol Venancino Elvis Murayari Jonathan Don Luis Alberto .
214 Animals safely sterilized in three days. Two successful cesarían sections and healthy pups delivered. Many wounds attended, sick animals treated. Four veterinarians over a dozen volunteers. We are making a difference. It took two months to plan it and it was worth every second. We learned a lot. We were amazed and we were welcomed. So much gratitude to the wonderful veterinarians we worked with Dr Ricardo Rojas Muñoz dr Cindy Villaverde Pelaez Dr Alfredo Salazar dr Esther
Our 3 day FREE sterilization campaign beheld many surprises. In addition to the 214 animals sterilized in our Amazon Alliance mobile clinic, we had two cesarian surgeries, several tumor removals, several dogs with maggots infested wounds and our fantastic veterinary team and volunteers did an incredible job at attending to all of them. We all had a role at making this campaign a huge success. In this video Dr. Salazar is performing a successful cesarian procedure with his ass
When I first saw Luna on the corner, close to my hotel, she bore the usual, deep, familiar sadness most street dogs have in their eyes- but there was something more about her. Her deep-set eyes, her fuzzy mohawk, her kindness I instantly recognized. I would like to believe she is Charlie's daughter for she lived in the same neighborhood Charlie used to call his home. The Malecon. On October 11 we rescued her. This is her story. Thank you Elvis for your help. Thank you Dr. Cin
During our recent free sterilization campaign a young boy ran up to us to inform us about a dog that was laying in the mud by the side of the road, a dog that was most likely poisoned in the Juan Carlos Del Aguila neighborhood. Elvis and I rushed to help the animal. The rest of the story is bellow. The only method of street animal population control is sterilization. Poisoning is cruel and falls under animal cruelty and is punishable by law in Peru ( Animal Protection and Wel
Fresh off the plane from our recent mission in the Peruvian Amazon, I wanted to thank all of you for your contribution whether it was monetary or supply donations- you all played a major part in the success of our campaign. I wanted to give you a quick update and some details of how things went during our free 3-day sterilization campaign that I have been working on for the past 2 months. It took a lot of planning and coordinating with my local team to ensure the success of t