December 7, 2017
We did it. We spayed and neutered over 520 cats and dogs. It was amazing and what a hard working dedicated crew we had. We also took 44 puppies off of the streets and are helping a few dogs recover from a horrible life on their own. I’m so proud of everyone who helped. We have so many stories and pictures, I will keep posting about it. Thank you to everyone who helped and donated. I did pick up this sad brown dog, she’s about a year old and just a mess. I’m looking for a name for her and I know that she is going to be beautiful.
December 4, 2017
Day three of our spay and neuter campaign in Rancho Viejo was really long. We’re picking up and doing so many street animals – it’s incredible. And I’m so proud of this group of volunteers – how they can catch and handle these dogs is absolutely amazing. Some of the dogs are in such bad shape that we’re worming and feeding them in hopes that they will be well enough to spay or neuter on our last day. Then there are lots of pups that we just can’t put back on the street. These little pups just can’t believe that someone is feeding them. They wag and wag.
December 2, 2017
What a great first day we had. We spayed and neutered 72 animals. It’s incredible to even think how many puppies and kittens we’ve prevented from being born into a life of suffering. The people in Rancho Viejo are so grateful to be able to take care of their animals, plus we picked up many street dogs. Day two coming up, we’re ready to go. Thank you everyone who has donated.
There’s still the opportunity to get on gofundme. Thank you. https://www.gofundme.com/isla-animals
November 30, 2017
It’s crazy! Today is the day – set up for our big clinic. Wow so much to do to get this far and then lots of work ahead of us. But all wonderful once we get started. Friday is the first day of surgery and we’re so lucky to have an incredible crew. We already picked up our first dog yesterday. A poor female in heat surrounded by 12 males. It was so strange to see a big pack of dogs by the side of a busy street but when we stopped we realized what was going on. The female was trying to fend the males off and was happy to get in our car.
We’re still short on donations but moving forward, we know they will come in. https://www.gofundme.com/isla-animals