Spay Panama

Location
Panama, Panama
Type of Organization
Animal Welfare
Services Provided
Adoption
Spay and Neuter Clinics
Education and Advocacy
Sterilization
Their Work

Spay Panama Foundation is a non-governmental, non-profit organization composed mainly of volunteers. It comprises people who love animals and understand that sterilization is the only proven method that improves animal well-being in the short, medium and long term. They aim to make pet sterilization services available to low-income families and animals from rescuers and feeders to avoid unwanted litters.

SPCA International is impressed by Spay Panama’s remarkable commitment to humanely managing animal populations in their community. We are proud to support their ongoing spay and neuter efforts.

Worldwide Vets

Location
Southend On Sea, United Kingdom
Type of Organization
Animal Welfare
Services Provided
Anti-Cruelty and Animal Rescue
Spay and Neuter Clinics
Sterilization
Their Work

Worldwide Vets is a non-profit organization that aims to reduce suffering, advance welfare and improve medical care available to all species worldwide. They offer a multi-modal approach to assisting animals, including sending vets to areas needing support, sourcing and sending medications and equipment, training local vets and technicians, and ongoing volunteer programs and outreach missions. They work in over ten countries across 4 continents, supporting local people and animals, vet clinics, and conservation initiatives.

In 2023, Worldwide Vets embarked on a mission to provide critical care to the animals impacted by the Ukraine-Russia conflict. With our support, they operate a mobile veterinary clinic, aiding stray, shelter, and owned animals affected by the war. SPCA International is impressed by their bravery and commitment to helping animals near the frontlines. We are proud to support their work through our Shelter Support program.

Jerusalem Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA)

Location
Jerusalem, Israel
Type of Organization
Animal Welfare
Rescue and Education
Services Provided
Adoption
Anti-Cruelty and Animal Rescue
Spay and Neuter Clinics
Education and Advocacy
Their Work

The Jerusalem Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (JSPCA) has been the only large shelter providing a safe home for strays since the 1940s. They house approximately 350 dogs and cats at any given time, and our Jerusalem clinic treats countless abandoned animals every week. Their ultimate goal is to find loving homes for every animal in need.

While in their care, Jerusalem SPCA ensures these needy animals have a warm bed and loving caretakers and will never be hungry or hurt. They offer subsidized spay and neuter clinics to combat animal over-population. They also provide veterinary care for sick and injured pets of low-income community members.

SPCA International is impressed by the incredible work Jerusalem SPCA has been doing for nearly a century. We are proud to support their work and are excited to work together to improve the lives of stray and shelter animals in Israel.

Tiernothilfe Ukraine e.V

Location
Offenbach am Main, Hessen, Germany
Type of Organization
Animal Welfare
Rescue and Education
Services Provided
Anti-Cruelty and Animal Rescue
Spay and Neuter Clinics
Sterilization
Their Work

Since 2020, Tiernothilfe Ukraine e.V has been dedicated to improving animal welfare in Ukraine. Their efforts focus on vital sterilization surgeries, vaccinations, and providing animals with food in areas affected by the war. Working alongside local and international veterinarians, they strive to make a meaningful impact on the lives of animals in Ukraine.

Their program addresses the critical needs of animals, particularly those at the frontlines and those abandoned. Sterilization clinics help control the animal population and reduce suffering while vaccinations protect their health. They also prioritize educational outreach to promote responsible pet ownership and better animal welfare practices within these communities.

Saving Great Animals

Location
Bellevue, Washington, United States
Type of Organization
Animal Welfare
Rescue and Education
Services Provided
Adoption
Spay and Neuter Clinics
Their Work

Saving Great Animals (SGA) is dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating, and re-homing dogs with an ethical and respectful approach, regardless of breed, health, or behavior. They aim to create a community of responsible pet owners and ensure excellent experiences for their fosters, volunteers, and adopters. By carefully matching dogs with adopters, they aim to break the cycle of abandonment and prevent dogs from re-entering the shelter system.

Saving Great Animals has helped over 8,500 dogs find loving homes through its extensive foster network. It ensures each dog is spayed/neutered, up-to-date on vaccinations, receives proper medical care, and is microchipped before adoption. Its goal is to reduce dog overpopulation, which leads to millions of lost lives each year.

We are impressed by Saving Great Animals’s commitment to finding homes for all animals, including those deemed “unadoptable.” Their unique approach to fostering and adopting has tremendously impacted their community, and we are proud to support their efforts.

Amici Cannis

Location
Cotacachi, Imbabura
Type of Organization
Animal Welfare
Services Provided
Spay and Neuter Clinics
Sterilization
Their Work

Amici Cannis was created to deliver non-profit veterinary services through the Amici Cannis hospital in the small highland town of Cotacachi, Ecuador. This state-of-the-art animal hospital provides full-service veterinary care, including
free sterilization, vaccination, deworming and veterinary care for local families that have a significant need. Amici Cannis also hosts large-scale sterilization, vaccination and deworming campaigns in the many underserved indigenous villages surrounding Cotacachi, and TNR and veterinary care of the “community dogs and cats” in the town.

SPCA International is impressed by Amici Cannis’s commitment to the animals in their community. We are proud to support their mission of transforming the lives of animals and people in Ecuador.

SPCA Namibia-Windhoek

Location
Windhoek, Khomas, Namibia
Type of Organization
Animal Welfare
Rescue and Education
Services Provided
Adoption
Anti-Cruelty and Animal Rescue
Spay and Neuter Clinics
Education and Advocacy
Sterilization
Their Work

SPCA Namibia is the largest animal welfare organization in the country. They rescue and assist neglected, abandoned, and abused animals, primarily focusing on domestic pets and caring for wild and large domestic animals through dedicated networks.

Their Windhoek shelter can serve up to 400 animals at a time, and over 5,500 animals are rescued and cared for annually across Namibia. They provide a safe haven, medical care, and behavioral rehabilitation, ensuring all animals receive necessary vaccinations, deworming, microchipping, and sterilization.

Their team, including two full-time certified animal inspectors, tirelessly responds to reports of abandoned or abused animals, conducts pre-adoption home inspections, and transports animals to veterinary clinics. In partnership with the University of Namibia School of Veterinary Medicine, they offer practical experience to veterinary students and select services to our animals free of charge.

They are passionate about finding loving homes for all pets in our care and fostering compassion and respect for animals throughout Namibia.

SPCA International is proud to have SPCA Namibia as a shelter partner and provide them with the necessary support to expand their spay and neuter efforts in the country, improving the lives of animals and the community.

Guardians of All Voiceless

Location
Rockville, Maryland, United States of America
Type of Organization
Animal Welfare
Rescue and Education
Services Provided
Anti-Cruelty and Animal Rescue
Education and Advocacy
Sterilization
Their Work

Guardians of All Voiceless Animals is dedicated to rescuing street animals, providing them with the medical care and shelter they need for a better life. They aim to become the perfect guardians for these animals by finding them loving forever homes.

They act as facilitators, connecting compassionate individuals who wish to give back to society with animals in need. Their organization is committed to supporting these animals and promoting kindness and responsibility towards animals through comprehensive education for future generations.

They aim to create a brighter future for all voiceless animals by fostering empathy and understanding.

SPCA International has partnered with Guardians of All Voiceless Animals in response to catastrophic flooding in the region. Together, we are ensuring that animals impacted by this disaster get the critical care they need. We look forward to continuing working with Guardians of All Voiceless Animals on future projects.

Refuge Un toit pour chats

Location
Laval, Quebec, Canada
Type of Organization
Animal Welfare
Services Provided
Adoption
Their Work

Refuge Un toit pour chats is a non-organization offering shelter to homeless, abandoned and abused cats in Quebec, Canada. This volunteer-run organization helps an average of 200 cats every year. They are committed to humanely managing animal populations and finding loving, forever homes for all animals in their care.

SPCA International is impressed by Refuge Un toit pour chats’ unwavering commitment to the cats in their community. We are proud to support their work and are excited to work together to improve the lives of stray and shelter cats in Canada.

Hand to Paw

Location
Mae Rim, Chiang Mai, Thailand
Services Provided
Adoption
Anti-Cruelty and Animal Rescue
Education and Advocacy
Sterilization
Their Work

Hand to Paw is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of stray animals in Thailand. Their biggest priority is spaying/neutering roaming dogs in the Chiang Mai Province. They also focus on feeding and offering medical care to temple dogs and responding to emergencies, often providing veterinary treatment for dogs with no one to pay for care. Hand to Paw is also committed to promoting the proper treatment of animals through educational workshops focused on the benefits of sterilization, the importance of preventative vaccinations, and the need to use flea/tick prevention.

SPCA International is impressed by Hand to Paw’s remarkable efforts to enhance the lives of animals in Thailand, and we are proud to support their work through our Shelter Support program.