I've been a supporter of this org for a number of years now and will continue to support them. The org seems to be run efficiently, they get a lot of deeply needed work done and seem very committed to continuing their work. I'm also a lucky companion to two super sweet dogs that I adopted through CWOB. Anytime I learn of anyone who is looking for a dog to add to their family I always recommend that they check with CWOB to learn when their next rescue trip will take place. Thanks CWOB, keep up the wonderful work.
I started volunteering with CWOB as a veterinary student over 8 years ago and haven't looked back in my support of them since!! The founders of CWOB and the work that they do is beyond incredible in the difference they are making - not only in the animals' lives but in their people companion lives as well. I am a better person, veterinarian and pet guardian because of this incredible group of people!!
I first volunteered with this organization in 2007 on a spay/neuter/wellness trip to Chihuahua, Mexico when I was veterinary student (I also adopted my dog Mi'ja on this trip). It was the most amazing experience and has motivated me to be the change that I want to see in the world. I have continued to volunteer with this organization both in Mexico and in California at wellness clinics, S/N clinics and starting a chihuahua/small dog transport program from central CA to Minneapolis. The work that I have done with this organization are some of my proudest moments and greatest achievements. I look forward to continuing to volunteer with them and being a part of all of the incredible work that they are doing!
Best non profit IN THE WORLD!!!
Saving the world one animal at a time.
CWOB is the bonb! I am a board member, volunteer, supporter, and very happy recipient of one of the first dogs rescued from Mexico City. This group embodies the ideal of compassion not just to the animals but to the people involved also. It just make me smile from ear to ear everytime I am with this wonderful group of people. CWOB has never met an animal or a person who is not a friend and who would not be helped without a moment's hesitation. Even my dog has contributed to the cause.
I volunteer with CWOB in the wellness clinics and spay/neuter clinics. It is great to help so many animals and get the word out for fixing animals. It has been very rewarding for me. Janet
Compassion Without Borders is a wonderful organization that truly helps those in need. Mostly volunteer run the amount this non-profit is able to accomplish is simply amazing. Chaging the lives of animals that would otherwise go without veterinary medical treatment due to economical and cultural barriers. Taking the time to focus on those who simply don't have the resources to care for their beloved pets. Amazing work, amazing organization serving nearly 100 animals in Sonoma County alone each month through their free wellness clinics for underserved communities. In my book they get a gold medal and 5 stars. The passion and willingness to step out of bounds and help at any cost. Thats what lifes about, loving, helping and giving.
There are people in life that just make you thankful they exist. I feel this exact way about the fabulous couple who founded and started Compassion Without Borders from the ground up. I could not praise them and their organization high enough. The programs and services they offer are mind blowing. How can two people be so amazingly wonderful? They are nearly 100% volunteer based. I myself included have volunteered at many free wellness clinics. They truly care about each and every animal they come into contact with, Determined to make a difference. They do so much with so little. This organization is truly a blessing. The animals are so lucky. I am so lucky, each time I volunteer I am reminded of the importance of their existence.
I have been volunteering with Compassion Without Borders for almost a year now. The number of animals lives who have been touched by this wonderful organization is extremely impressive! Each CWOB team member has a heart of gold. This non-profit is truly making a difference to save & improve the lives of animals in need. They go where no one else is going and save the animals that need the most help. They provide wellness to animals to keep them in their existing homes. They provide spay/neuter efforts to help reduce overpopulation and keep animals well. They provide both of these services here in Northern California & in Mexico. They also travel down to Fresno once a month to rescue dogs from high-kill, overcrowded shelters bringing some back to Northern California and others to MN to find homes. Their results are staggering!! I really love volunteering with this organization! Christi & Moncho are truly amazing people!
I first met Dr. Christi Camblor while volunteering for another organization - her spirit, compassion and energy is absolutely inspiring. When I became a volunteer with CWOB, I was amazed by the work her and her husband, Moncho do to help animals. From promoting education about wellness, training equipment (such as a sensation harness compared to prong collars, etc.), & spay/neuter importance, to traveling to Central Valley to rescue Chihuahuas, to traveling to Mexico to educate and save animals, to holding free spay/neuter & wellness clinics locally, CWOB is working to keep companion animals out of the shelters and into loving homes. They are really making a difference, one animal and one person at a time. They naturally know how to reach people and help them to help animals, because they are truly genuinely good human beings. They both come from the heart, they both come from a place of working tirelessly to ensure they are doing all that they can to help.
this is a great organization! these people have heats of gold! free supplies every month at each of their clinics. i have volunteered for five of these clinics, so far. i know first hand how much is being provided to the animals by compassion without borders. and this is only one of the many helpful services offered to the underserved pet owners of sonoma and napa counties.
I volunteer for many years to compassion without borders
The work they do is so desperately needed
They do really make a difference for so many animal in need
I have volunteered for this organization for over ten years and have been continually amazed by the scope, depth, and impact of their work for the animals.
I worked with the doctors and nurses at a spay and neuter clinic in Puerto Penasco, Mexico where we helped 92 cats and dogs. They were very professional, friendly and spent time with the families that were concerned for their pets. They even helped a sea gull with a wing problem that someone brought in! They did this on only a few hours sleep after a clinic in a another town took longer than expected and they drove all through the night to get to us. It was a long, hot and dirty day, but they helped so many people that otherwise wouldn't of been able to have these procedures done for their pets!! They are the best!! Did I mention they also have a great sense of humor!