Animalix AC was created on a Facebook page on January 24, 2014. We have five main areas of action: Animal Welfare: rescue, shelter, nutrition, medical care, deworming, vaccination, and sterilization Public awareness Dog education/training and socialization Responsible adoption Social networking Through these actions we contribute to improving the lives of animals, of public health and safety, and of the environment in San Cristobal de Las Casas, Chiapas.
Mexico is ranked third in the world in animal cruelty cases. Urban domesticated animals are overpopulated and suffer mistreatment by humans in San Cristobal de Las Casas. Many are sick with parasites and other diseases, malnourished, and injured. They also suffer physical and emotional abuse, mistreated or abandoned, living alone or tied up. Their current situation exposes them to multiple risks including car accidents, mutilations, and poisoning. Meanwhile, uncontrolled populations of dogs and
At Animalix AC we spay, neuter, deworm and vaccinate dogs and cats from the street and low-income families. We conduct responsible adoptions and provide support for healthy family integrations as well as organize educational talks, conferences and workshops for children and adults about animal welfare. We are currently working on building a shelter to rehabilitate injured animals, lactating females and those in estrus.
Over the past six years, Animalix AC has: Spayed/neutered 2850 animals Rescued 270 animals from dangerous situations Provided 1500 vaccination and deworming treatments Delivered 400 successful adoptions With sufficient economic resources, we can reduce the birth rate of street animals, provide access to support and medical services to the underserved, and continue contributing to harmonious coexistence. In short, avoid the suffering of our wonderful four-footed friends.
This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).