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Spay Panamas Animals Yes USA

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animals, Education, Educational Services, Veterinary Services

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.

Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I have to say that it was a very nice experience to cooperate with SpayPanama. They take their job seriously and start taking action immediatley whenever necessary. They care so much about the animals they spay and rescue. Everyone should know about SpayPanama and if you are thinking about adopting a furry friend they will surely have a good well-cared for companion for you.

Previous Stories

Client Served

Rating: 5

Its great to know there are people who care for animals. For example in Panama, it was not until now that there is a noticeable percentage of people who are fond of cats so because of this many cats were victims of maltreatment. Now there's some hope for our human-defenseless furry friends. I personally had the pleasant experience of adopting my cat when he was only a kitten that had been rescued from the streets and was in a life-threatening physical state. The team was very helpful and cared for him until he was fully recovered. And today we can look at him at home every day smiling and thinking how far he's come thanks to SpayPanama who saved his life.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I am volunteer to another non-profit called AsociaciĆ³n Dejando Huellas. We rescue animals form the streets , put them into foster homes , give them medical treatment and through Spay Panama ,we close their reproductive system so they have a new life without suffering.

We are so thankful because we receive guidance , support and our animals are spayed to lower prices.

Spay Panama has done so much for the community with their clinics thoughtout the country.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I moved to Isla Saboga in 2012. There is a small poor village on the island. The dogs and puppies were not only treated poorly but were in deplorable condition and quickly multiplying. Spay Panama has now made 5 trips to the island, we see a great improvement in the quality of life of the dogs and a big reduction in unwanted puppies. Spay Panama takes the time to speak with the village and children to attempt to better educate them on proper care for their pets and the importance of sterilization. The vets treat each and every dog with compassion and provide high quality care. I really do not know what I would have done without Dr. Chan and her organization. The village leaders told me that the village is now becoming proud of their pets and the cleaner streets and homes. They go to other villages and notice the difference. We will continue our great relationship with Spay Panama. Below is a recent puppy saved by Dr. Chan. His litter mates were unwanted and allowed to perish by the owner. This puppy is now safe and sterilized. THANK YOU Dr. CHAN and Spay Panama !!!!!!!!!!!!