At SPCA International, we know that sterilization is the most humane and effective method of population control. In honor of Spay & Neuter Awareness Month, we are contributing $150,000 in grants to local and international organizations to fund spay-neuter programs for stray and companion animals. From Egypt to Mexico to Cambodia, these grants will help our partners around the globe provide these essential services to animals in need and raise awareness of the importance of spaying and neutering.
Below are some of the exciting Spay & Neuter projects we are sponsoring this month:
Sunshine Animal Refuge Agadir (Morocco): Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Release (TNVR) project to reduce overpopulation and eradicate rabies in Agadir.
Visiting Veterinarians International & Paw Patrol Cambodia (Cambodia): Spay/neuter campaign in Siem Reap to sterilize, vaccinate, and microchip 400 street dogs and cats.
Vet for Your Pet (Nepal): Construction of a new surgery room for sterilization services and training newly graduated vets and vet techs to help provide higher medical care to community animals in need.
Dog Rescue Romania (Romania): Large-scale sterilization campaign to address the growing stray dog population, prevent dog culling and improve the relationship between stray animals and members of the community.
Marley’s Mutts (United States): Mobile spay/neuter clinic to serve the continuum of saving soon-to-be euthanized dogs, enabling them to be rehabbed and adopted by loving families.
Fiona Animal Refuge (Mexico): Free spay and neuter services for pet owners in underserved communities.
Red de Apoyo Canino (Venezuela): Three-month sterilization project providing free spay and neuter services to low-income communities in Venezuela.
To learn more about our spay and neuter efforts around the world and why you should spay/neuter your pet, click here.