Overpopulation of street dogs (and cats) is a huge issue that societies have dealt with in a variety of ways, many inhumane. The welfare of the animals has rarely been considered, and as a result, campaigns of poisoning, shooting, electrocution, drowning, acid injection, starvation and other cruel methods have been used to “dispose” of unwanted animals in countries with poor animal welfares. Such activities are not only brutal; they are ineffective because, although they may serve as methods for “immediate” results, they are not long-term solutions. Sterilization is critical for management of overpopulation and related disease control concerns.
Spay/neuter provides humane and effective way to reduce the number of animals living on the streets, and improves the health of those remaining. Sterilizing street dogs and returning them to their territories on the streets allows for a natural reduction in their population over time and leaves the most socialized dogs on the streets. Sterilizing pets prevents them from contributing to the problem of street animal overpopulation. Spaying and neutering prevent thousands of animals from being born, only to suffer and struggle to survive on the streets, be neglected and abused by cruel or neglectful people or die of disease.
We help Volunteer animal rescue groups who are passionate about the well being of animals and local animal welfare groups and shelters with advice and fund to participate in catch-neuter-vaccinate-return (CNVR) program or Spay/neuter program for homeless animals.