Gisela has been an independent protectionist in Caracas, Venezuela, for more years than she can remember. She has been spaying and neutering her rescued animals for some years now with our NGO, but the needs have increased lately and the funds have decreased dramatically due to the acute crisis. She has 45 new dogs that have been abandoned in her house and she desperately needs to fix them. Your help will allow us to do this and improve their lives.
You can help us fund a free spay & neutering campaign in this area to change the lives of 45 animals that have been abandoned in Gisela's house, improving their health and preventing them from continue having packs at an uncontrollable rate,
Gisela and her 45 non-spayed dogs are concrete cases that are ready to be fixed, all we need are the funds to cover these surgeries and prevent new packs of animals that can't be fed.
Every dog that we spay & neuter has a better quality of life, is less exposed to diseases, more likely to be adopted or protected and, most importantly, helps decrease the number of animals that are born in the streets and will never know anything better than the pain and sorrow of being abandoned.
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