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February Animal Rescue News

Venezuela’s Pets in Peril

The tumultuous economic and political situation in Venezuela has left former household pets abandoned and starving. Thankfully, Canine Support Network (Red de Apoyo Canino) remains active, despite many other organizations closing their doors. Canine Support Network is stretched thin trying to find homes for pets whose families can no longer feed them or who have decided to pack up and seek opportunities in other countries, but many unlucky former pets are simply left on the streets to fend for themselves.
 
SPCA International is proud to provide financial support for the Canine Support Network as they serve these desperate animals around-the-clock. In addition to their robust foster and adoptive programs, Canine Support Network focuses on providing emergency veterinary care and free spay and neuter services in communities throughout Venezuela. Without these services, the stray dog population would simply multiply, making an already excruciating situation even worse.

Shelters Battle Freezing Temps

As cold fronts sweep the northern hemisphere, many animal shelters face a new set of winter challenges as they struggle to save lives. From snow covered entries to homeless animals at risk of freezing to sky-high heating bills, staff and volunteers battle the elements daily for the animals who need them.
“She’s My Soul Dog”
This heartwarming video shares the story of soulmates Danny and Syri, who were reunited through SPCA International’s Operation Baghdad Pups: Worldwide program. This soldier and his pup each traveled thousands of miles and had to wait months to be reunited. Today, they are thrilled to finally be together again.

SPCA International Pledges $500,000 to Shelters in 2019

On February 8th, 2019, SPCA International announced that it will award a total of $500,000 in grant funding in 2019 through its Shelter Support Fund. The funds will help small, independent, animal welfare focused NGOs improve the safety and well-being of animals in their communities. “Coming off our most successful year helping local shelters worldwide we want to commit even more in 2019 to these vital organizations that make animal welfare a priority in their communities,” said SPCA International Executive Director Meredith Ayan. Learn More
 
 

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