SPCA International Blog

We put together three of our favorite viral videos in this post for the simple enjoyment of it all. Have you seen them all before? Hope you have a yappy day!
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In Beirut, designer puppies quickly become discarded street dogs. Our partner there, BETA, is leading the charge to educate citizens about pet adoption and you can be part of the solution.
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Donkeys don’t usually top the list of animals we think need our help, but in Tanzania they can suffer horrendous wounds from things like transporting goods with a cart originally made for an ox. Our partners in Tanzania are working to make life better for donkeys that help farmers earn a living and feed their families.
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SPCA International transported eight cats from the Middle East to their forever homes in the United States. These friendly felines were rescued by military service members and government contractors who were on deployment.
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In January 2018 executive director, Meredith Ayan, and program manager, Lori Kalef, along with 8 volunteers traveled to Beirut, Lebanon where 25 dogs were waiting to finish their long journey to the United States. All of these pups are now safe and sound in their forever homes. They are enjoying the sweet life and you can see it for yourself in this celebratory rescue photo gallery.
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The 2017 hurricane season devastated the island communities of Puerto Rico, St. Thomas and St. Martin. Through SPCA International’s Disaster Relief Fund organizations in these areas received critical support to continue their important work.
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SPCA International has been dedicated to fighting the systemic abuse of Spanish Greyhounds (Galgos). As those efforts continue we are also supporting the constant rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming of Spanish Greyhounds and podencos that are abused, tortured and abandoned by these hunters.
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Over 900 stray dogs roam the site of the world's worst nuclear disaster at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. SPCAI has partnered with Clean Futures Fund to provide veterinary care, vaccinations, feeding stations, radiation monitoring and implement a future adoption program for these almost forgotten dogs.
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Right now Executive Director, Meredith Ayan, and Program Manager, Lori Kalef, along with eight volunteers are en route to Beirut Lebanon. From there they will transport 25 dogs to the U.S. where their forever homes are waiting. Their journey didn't start in Lebanon, this is just one of the many stops that these dogs have made in the ultimate rescue mission...
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We created this photo gallery showcasing some of our individual rescues and international fieldwork. As this year comes to an end, we hope you will take a moment to enjoy the great moments you made possible.
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