SPCA International has helped to spay and neuter thousands of animals. In 2011, we teamed up with Spay Panama in our biggest mission to date, spaying and neutering 1100 pets and stray animals . Since our inaugural campaign , we have sterilized 3,765 dogs and cats to date. Watch the video to find out how our supporters helped to fund this important work and visit our Spay and Neuter area to learn more about how we help curb pet overpopulation worldwide.
Through donations of supply aid and cash grants, SPCA International's shelter support program has assisted close to 200 shelters since its founding. For more information about shelters we've helped, click here.
Since 2007, SPCA International's Operation Baghdad Pups has saved 539 dogs and cats and even one donkey for U.S. military personel stationed in Iraq and other countries around the world. These animals are beloved by our troops and veterans and help them readjust to life back home after deployment. SPCA International is always ready to respond to new pleas for help from mililitary personel stationed anywhere around the world.
When military families are ordered to a new base in the U.S. or around the world, it could be quite costly. While the military pays for many of the moving costs, they unfortunately don’t help our military families relocate their family pet. SPCA International realized the need for financial assistance and began Operation Military Pets (OMP) in order for our military heroes to bring their beloved pets along. Since 2013, we have helped over 300 U.S. military families stay together. Learn more here.