Just a quick note to send along the report from our clinic in La Palma on the peninsula. We castrated 21 animals in all.
We have a very motivated young lady named Janina in Puerto Jimenez helping with adoptions and abandoned animals. She came to the clinic to help and brought a volunteer as well. I think she will be instrumental in helping us plan clinics closer to Jimenez. She even has a FB page called Adopciones Peninsula de Osa.Our next clinic is scheduled for April 13 – at our house. We want to do one near us but there’s only about 10 animals so keeping it simple.
(24) dogs were spayed and neutered in Heredia on April 5th. This is another clinic hosted by Teresita. She also had a clinic in Tibas on April 11th and (26) dogs were attended to.
Alajuelita was the site of another SASY! clinic hosted by Teresita Montero on March 23rd. This area has many homeless, suffering dogs and has some areas of poverty where clinics are needed. (32) dogs and cats were castrated on this day. Also on May 27th in Alajuelita a clinic was hosted by Teresita and her volunteers and (36) dogs and cats were castrated.
Teresita Montero hosted a clinic in San felipe de Alajuelita on Feb 21, 2014. 37 dogs and cats were spayed and neutered. She also hosted a clinic on Feb. 16th in Tres Esquinas de la Fortuna San Carlos where she and her volunteers attended to (40) dogs and cats.
Teresita holds monthly clinics in all areas of the Central Valley and is a long time SASY! recipient of SASY! funding.
October 4th: Alajuelita, 38 dogs