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June 2016

Two heroes reunite with their beloved battle buddies

Protecting animals at
Olympic sites in Rio


Amazing visit to Spay Panama

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Two heroes reunite with their beloved battle buddies
Cameras were rolling when two amazing Operation Baghdad Pups: Worldwide rescues (Oliver and Mr. Meowgi) reunited with their hero dads in the U.S. last month. Both animals were befriended by Americans serving in Iraq, but when their tours of duty ended they knew their furry friends wouldn't stand a chance if they were left behind. That's when they called SPCAI for help. On May 19th Oliver and Mr. Meowgi touched down in California. Local news stations were there to capture the reunions on film. Their stories are as heartwarming as they come.

VIDEO: Bay Area Soldier Reunites With Puppy He Adopted In Iraq

VIDEO: Local Veteran Reunited With Little Kitty He Left Behind In Iraq
Protecting animals at Olympic sites in Rio
SuppliesWith the 2016 Summer Olympics quickly approaching, Executive Director, Meredith Ayan, and Program Manager, Lori Kalef, are in Rio, Brazil to assess the situation of stray and abandoned animals around the Olympic sites. With partners and local activists, SPCAI hopes to prevent a repeat of any inhumane acts against the community animals at the Olympic sites – like those that took place at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. Connect with us on Facebook and email to stay up to date as we learn more about this developing situation.
Amazing visit to Spay Panama
SmokeThroughout the year Spay Panama holds clinics and blitz events, bringing essential veterinary care to the impoverished residents of Panama. SPCA International has been a proud supporter of their initiative since 2011 and in April of 2016 we were able to send Dr. Hannah Weitzenfeld, a Canadian veterinarian, down to Panama to participate in these amazing events. In this blog Dr. Weitzenfeld recounts firsthand how her experiences exceeded her expectations.
Hey, did you know?
PangolinThe Pangolin can roll up completely into a ball, using its scales for protection. Even though they are covered in protective scales, Pangolins are actually mammals. These 'scaly anteaters' are found in Asia and Africa and their diet primarily consists of, you guessed it, ants! This elusive mammal is critically endangered; without an immediate decrease in the illegal trade of their meat and scales they will go extinct.
 
 
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