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Our mission is to reduce the number of unwanted cats and dogs and to stop their suffering.

We provide transportation and funding to those who cannot provide it themselves.

Spay/neuter services should be within reach - geographically and financially - for everyone who has a cat or dog.
 

 Our goal is to make spay/neuter services affordable to those who might not otherwise spay/neuter their pets. By working together, we hope to popularize and facilitate spay/neuter services throughout Baja Mexico.
 

 

bulletBenefits of Spaying (females):
bulletNo heat cycles, therefore males will not be attracted
bulletLess desire to roam
bulletRisk of mammary gland tumors, ovarian and/or uterine cancer is reduced or eliminated, especially if done before the first heat cycle
bulletReduces number of unwanted cats/kittens/dogs/puppies
bulletHelps dogs and cats live longer, healthier lives

 
bulletBenefits of Neutering (males):
bulletReduces or eliminates risk of spraying and marking
bulletLess desire to roam, therefore less likely to be injured in fights or auto accidents
bulletRisk of testicular cancer is eliminated, and decreases incidence of prostate disease
bulletReduces number of unwanted cats/kittens/dogs/puppies
bulletDecreases aggressive behavior, including dog bites
bulletHelps dogs and cats live longer, healthier lives

 
bulletAdditional Benefits:
bulletYour community will also benefit. Unwanted animals are becoming a very real concern in many places. Stray animals can easily become a public nuisance, soiling parks and streets, ruining shrubbery, frightening children and elderly people, creating noise and other disturbances, causing automobile accidents, and sometimes even killing livestock or other pets.
- The American Veterinary Medical Association

 
bulletThe capture, impoundment and eventual destruction of unwanted animals costs taxpayers and private humanitarian agencies over a billion dollars each year. As a potential source of rabies and other less serious diseases, they can be a public health hazard.
- The American Veterinary Medical Association