US$160.00raised of $5,000.00 goal goal
Paws in Action Cancun is a Nonprofit Organization established in Cancun Mexico in the year 2019.
We have been rescuing street dogs in different areas in Cancun and we noticed that every month newborn puppies are being born with their horrible destiny as illness and death waits surely for them.
We want to lower the statistic of canine overpopulation in the outskirts of Cancun by doing a CAMPAIGN every two months for 100 to 150 female dogs. This would be 6 CAMPAIGNS in total in a year up to 800 females spayed.
This can only be possible with your support and donation of a monthly payment of $25.00 USD
We will be so pleased that so many dogs can leave their horrible past behind, and with this solution of spaying and neutering as many dogs as possible, we will stop the cycle of reproduction and of thousands of puppies being born every year in the streets of life of starvation and disease.
One un-spayed female can bring up to 7700 puppies within 5 years.
I know how many rescuers are short on resources and struggle to put the dogs in adoption The solution is not to rescue one dog, spay one dog and find a home.
The solution to the problem is the ONGOING CAMPAIGNS.
With your monthly support of $25.00 USD we will get to an incredible big number of females being spayed and the city will be free from street dogs. Thank so much for your support
The Team PAWS IN ACTION PROJECT
- Sebastien Grimbaum
- Social Media
- Audrey Lingg
- Fund admin
Paws in ActionUpdate posted by Karin Jakobsmeier at 08:10 pm
Paws in Action in Cancun Is a Nonprofit Organization established in Cancun Mexico in the year 2019. www.pawsinactioncancun.org We have been rescuing street dogs in different areas in Cancun and we noticed that every month newborn puppies are being born with their horrible destiny as illness and death waits surely. . . . .
OUR SECOND SPAY AND NEUTER CAMPAIGN WAS AMAZING!Update posted by Karin Jakobsmeier at 08:44 pm
Yesterday the 24 th of January was our second spay/ neuter campaign, We had a total of 33 dogs into surgery. We managed to spay 3 female cats, 3 dog males, and the rest 27 female dogs. We are very happy but we need you for our next Campaign which