Mission: Spay Panama aims to stop the misery and unnecessary death of homeless animals by controlling the overpopulation of dogs and cats through an intensive sterilization program. This is achieved by education, and by offering affordable spay/neuter services to low-income guardians, rescuers and feeders.
Results: We have sterilzed over 28,000 animals in Panama (June 2010)
Target demographics: Stray dogs and feral cats as well as pets from rescuers and low income guardians.
Direct beneficiaries per year: Thousands of dogs and cats
Geographic areas served: Panama
Programs: Operations are done at the clinic every Wednesday and Saturday, as well at blitzes (on site) to reach remote communities.