Our goal is to combat the overpopulation of dogs and cats by focusing on a massive sterilization program, both in the clinic, and through the use of clinics in colonies where we see the urgent need.
By finding loving homes for pets and educating the community, we can create responsible people with their pets and thereby improve the welfare of the animals.
Sterilization is a simple and inexpensive surgery that allows controlling the birth of dogs and cats.
Our main goal at Humane Society is to prevent the birth of as many pets as possible.
Over population is directly linked to the decrease of animal wellbeing in a community. When the number of pets surpasses the communities capacity to take care of them, dogs and cats are forced to live in the streets vulnerable to all kind of dangers and illness.
Our spay and neuter strategies are the following:
We spay and neuter approximately 3,000 pets each year.
Our current facilities have been tirelessly serving our community, but we’ve reached a critical point. To save more lives and reduce suffering, we urgently need to expand our infrastructure. Here’s what we have in store:
The success of this construction project relies on the generosity of animal advocates like you. Your donation will directly impact the lives of countless animals by preventing overpopulation, caring for those in need, and educating the community. Thank you!!
Dogs and cats that live or spend time unsupervised on the street are the most likely to reproduce. The litters will have a difficult life and a very uncertain future. They will probably be on the street like their parents, where they will be exposed to all kinds of dangers.
Our TNR program is 100% outreach where we capture dogs and cats roaming the streets (not necessarily homeless), and we take them to our clinic for sterilization. We mark them and add them to our database. Once recovered we release them in the same place of capture.
Visit our Facebook page to follow the progress of this program week after week.
Every year we organize massive campaigns in which 200 to 850 animals are sterilized in two or three days.
To carry them out we have the participation of veterinarians from different parts of Mexico and the world, especially from Quintana Roo, Yucatan, the United States and Canada.
Our staff also participates in massive campaigns organized by other institutions such as Planned Pethood International, Petsland & Isla Animal’s and Coco’s Animal Welfare, among others.
Sometimes we even get celebrities who come and help at our campaigns. Can you spot any in the photos below?
One week’s supply of sterilized gloves, syringes, and other medical supplies for sterilization.
One month’s supply of pet food to go towards all of our animals waiting to be adopted.
Treatments and vaccines an abandoned kitten needs before it’s ready to be adopted.
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CONSTRUCTION PROJECT: We’re expanding our premises to include additional prep, surgery, and recovery space, a cattery and quarantine area, and our much-anticipated Cat Cafe! Please donate so we can finish the construction, help more animals, and open up our doors to more visitors!
SPAY NEUTER & VACCINE MASSIVE CAMPAIGN: We’re raising money not just for sterilization, but to vaccinate the animals of Cozumel against some of the worst and painful diseases which are unfortunately prevalent amongst street animals (including heartworm and distemper). Please help us help them!
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