October 10, 2013
I have travelled around the world a lot and I was and still am very disturbed to see so many dogs and cats homeless. Being often emaciated and in bad health they live miserable lives on the streets. There are so many of them that the problem is out of control. The only answer to reduce their misery is to control their numbers and the only way to do this is to have a non surgical, cheap and safe way to sterilize the dogs and cats. When I found out about 600 I knew I found my calling. I have always wanted to do more for the street dogs after having rescued one myself off the beach in Aruba. This dog is one of 600 million! I am determined to help them out. I now volunteer for 600 and work with some very fine and hardworking animal lovers who are also all volunteers. Many hours are put into this project. The only thing I'm regretting is that the development of the sterilization formula isn't going fast enough. It takes time and money to make it happen. The more we have the faster we can move!
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like to give them a million bucks and get the mission accomplished.
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