We sterilized our first animal in 2002 and have never stopped. Potentially we have prevented the birth of hundreds of thousands of dogs and cats whose future would have been only to suffer on the streets. There is still, however much more to be done, and we would certainly appreciate your helping us to continuing our work. The Clinic in San Rafael is also treating more and more dogs and cats of low income nationals, whereas before they were hard pressed to find a place they could afford to bring their pets in need of medical care, vaccinations, sterilizations, deworming and general advice. The mobile clinic continues to travel to the outlying colonias and the campo for mini blitzes most Fridays, weather permitting. There will be a major blitz mid October at the Lions Club. Watch for particulars.
- In honor of Kathy Lemon Carhart
- New Year, New Normal for Amigos de Animales in 2021
- Spay It Forward on National Cat Day October 29th! Can You Help Prevent 11 Million Homeless Street Cats in the San Miguel de Allende Area?
- Amigos de Animales continues its work during the Covid-19 pandemic
- Activities during quarantine