You may recall Tanzania Animal Welfare Society, located in Tanzania, Africa, profiled on our site a while back. We were able to give them a grant that was used in one of the many campaigns that they advocate for against cruelty to animals; specifically, their mission to implement the dissolution of the severe and cruel extermination methods that were being used towards stray cats and dogs. SPCAI was proud to support their work in addressing the need and implementation of spay and neuter clinics and humane education.
We’ve been following their incredible progress and now we are fortunate to help them again. Magari Dog and Chapati cat are two strays who fell into their hands that both require extensive surgery which are not able to be performed in the current available veterinary outreach clinics and without it, they will die. Rather than being passive to the growing number of critical cases requiring surgery, volunteers and community masons decided to take matters into action and begin the construction of their own surgery room. However, materials and equipment require funding, and without our immediate support, animals will continue to suffer. Through your generous help, we are able to step in right away to further their commitment and projects towards the well being and ethical treatment of all animals.
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