Animal Humane New Mexico
July 25, 2010
I have been supporting AHNM's spay/neuter efforts since 2003. Since then, the program has grown from doing a few hundred surgeries per year to sterilizing thousands of pets of low income families, hundreds of cats and dogs in rescue and hundreds of feral cats each year.
Animal Humane's management is committed to helping to end cat and dog over-population in New Mexico. Their Clinic is a state-of-the art facility staffed by dedicated professionals and volunteers. Last year they performed 10,000 surgical procedures.
AHNM also allows another local non-profit to use their Clinic one or two Sundays per month for high volume feral cat spay/neuter clinics.
As a donor, I am impressed with the fact that every Animal Humane client is treated with respect and compassion. I also know that every dollar I donate goes to help end the needless killing of healthy pets in New Mexico. I really hope that all animal lovers will choose to support Animal Humane's programs.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
that I have adopted four cats and one dog from AHNM. As a rescue member, my foster dogs have been served by the AHNM Clinic. I have taken two dogs to Train Humane obedience training. I also volunteer in Adoptions, doing pet photography.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every week
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?
Donor & My donations help support AHNM's spay/neuter programs.