Statistically Speaking

Support Our Clinics

These free spay and neuter clinics benefit the community and the animals in the following ways:

  • Spaying or neutering reduces the number of unwanted animals, many of whom are dying in the streets. These animals cause a health risk as they are often diseased with parasites, and have many other problems as a result of roaming the streets and eating contaminated food.
  • Our clinics offer a humane approach to the reduction of street animals, rather than have these animals poisoned or shot. Poison, randomly left in public areas, is not a healthy solution for any of us.
  • We aim to promote a better image of our community, by taking action to improve the lives of the animals and the overall health of our community.

 Why Spay and Neuter?

  • Spay/neuter programs address overpopulation. In an effort to eliminate suffering, animal sterilization gets to the root of the problem.
  • Spay/neuter programs are healthy. Sterilizing an animal increases its quality of life and health, improves behavior and eliminates unwanted births. The sterilization of animals also decreases the spread of disease.
  • Spay/neuter programs are humane as they reduce the number of unwanted animals. This in turn greatly reduces unnecessary suffering, sickness and wrongful death. It is that simple!

 Dog Stats

  • The average number of litters a fertile dog can have a year: 2
  • The average number of puppies: 8
  • Thus, in 6 years, 1 dog and her offspring can produce 67,000 dogs

 Cat Stats

  • The average number of litters a fertile cat can have a year: 3
  • The average number of kittens: 5
  • Thus, in 7 years, 1 cat and her offspring can produce 420,000 cats

 Making a Difference!

From December 2003 to December 2016 we offered 24 clinics and spayed or neutered 6,187 animals in the Jaltemba Bay Area!

 How can you Help?

You can help by escorting an animal to its new home in Canada or the US via a flight or other means of transportation.