As our daily activities on the streets continue, our inventory of treatment supplies deplete at steady rates.
We were recently honored by a generous grant directed towards spay/neuter operations for 500 animals. However, we continue to be in need of support for vaccination supplies, funding for emergency veterinarian services, food, and other inventory needs, such as the types of things listed on our Visiting? page.
Almost every day we encounter dogs limping from being hit by taxis. At the very least, we try to give them relief from pain.
We see animals down to skin and bones. We offer them internal parasite killers mixed in with food, as well as treatments to kill external parasites and restore fur.
And we also see animals who have been badly injured by cruel human hands. Dogs who get too close to heartless fried food street vendors often feel the agony of hot grease as it is thrown onto their back. For cases like these and machete wounds, we offer antibiotics, skin creams, oils, and other healing treatments.
We ask for your support, in any and all ways, to help the needs of homeless and mistreated animals.