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|Results SBPA Clinics today August 31st|| Rate Topic
|Posted: Sun Sep 1st, 2019 03:14 am||
|Wow, today's SBPA Clinic was a rousing success if you count the number of dogs and cats that had their future lives made so much better.
Early reports are 149 surgeries were performed today because local Mexican folks want to stop the madness of all the unwanted puppies and kittens being born and abandoned on the streets of our towns.
Most of the animals were brought from Guaymas, Empalme and other towns around San Carlos to take advantage of the SBPA Free Clinic. Of course San Carlos dogs and cats were brought in too.
All of these animals also got free Rabies vaccinations. Everyone knows there are not enough homes for the all the puppies and kittens born that often end up on the street or in the trash.
All of these great Mexican people realize how to help fix the overpopulation problem we face and today they took action!. God bless each and every one of them for caring enough about their pets and all animals to go to all this extra effort to get to these free clinics.
We are so grateful for all the participants, our great Obregon Vet team managed by Edgar Espinoza, our never quitting team of volunteers and those donor who know what we have to do to solve the problem.
Yes there is a big local effort to rescue unwanted animals and get them adopted and deep down everyone knows too many more are always being born.
The real solution is to Spay and Neuter every dog and cat as soon as possible (as young as 3 or 4 months old) and PREVENT THESE UNWANTED BIRTHS.
That has been the mission of the SBPA since 1995.In the last 12 months we performed 2,700+ free surgeries so imagine how many unwanted births we prevented.
We pray everyone will continue to support our work.
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