In Mexico, there is no census on pets or domestic animals. However, the Mexican Association of Veterinary Doctors Specialists in Small Species (AMMVEPE) estimates that there are around 28 million , of which 70% are on the street, 19 million 600 thousand, a figure that grows 20% every year.
About 500,000 dogs and cats are abandoned each year in Mexico. A part of them are acquired as Christmas, Holiday and Valentine's Day gifts, but months later the owners lose interest in them, and leave them on the street.
Abuse, cold, hunger, rejection and diseases are just some of the situations that the millions of stray dogs go through in Mexico who, despite being the least guilty for being homeless, have to manage daily in order to survive.
Likewise, 75 percent of these canines have not received a vaccine or deworming in their entire lives, which becomes a risk to public health and a source of infection for other dogs. .
We adopt furry babies, dogs and cats, that have very little chance of survival or that are in very poor condition, as well as puppies that cannot survive on their own.
CATCH STERILIZE AND RELEASE OR RETURN TO THE OWNER, TO BE ABLE TO CONTROL THE POPULATION. CREATE AWARENESS IN IRRESPONSIBLE OWNERS AND IMPLEMENT BETTER LAWS THAT PROTECT ANIMALS
WE STRIVE EVERY DAY TO CARE AND MAINTAIN THESE PRECIOUS HELPLESS CREATURES
WE HAVE BEEN RESCUING AND TRYING TO CHANGE THE LIFE OF THESE BEAUTIFUL ANIMALS FOR MORE THAN 25 YEARS
I AM DETERMINED TO CHANGE PEOPLE'S MINDS AND LAWS TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF LIFE AND ERADICATE STRAY ANIMALS