WHAT WE DO
There are thousands of homeless animals in the Philippines and very few are compassionate towards these innocent souls. Our holistic approach below directly impacts our mission of compassion for animals and the no kill movement. It is also proven to save lives in countries such as Turkey, India, Singapore, United States, and many others.
- Community Outreach and Rescue Education (CORE) is an integral part of our mission and values. We aim to reach even the most impoverished areas to teach them about compassion, kindness, spay/neuter programs and the humane way to treat animals.
We conduct our CORE programs in schools, local government units, housing associations, companies etc. Contact us to know more about our CORE program.
- Our Meals on Wheels program aims to show compassion and kindness to animals who have been abandoned and are now homeless, left to fend for themselves. Once these animals gain weight and are healthy we enter them in our SNIP program wherein they are vaccinated, spayed/neutered and microchipped.
It is heartbreaking to see these abandoned animals hungry and weak. These strays face cruelty 24/7 and the daily meals that our volunteers bring to them gives them hope as they face another day. We may not be able to take them all in the sanctuary but we can show them compassion and kindness by feeding them daily, spaying/neutering and vaccinating them. Below are just some of the animals we feed in many communities.
- One of our goals is to help pets and families to stay together. Some pet owners genuinely want to keep their pets but is struggling because either:
1) the pet has behaviour issues and the family doesn't know where to turn for help
2) need financial assistance because the pet got sick and the family ran out of funds
3) need transportation assistance to move the pet with them
We assess every situation based on the assistance needed and the limited resources we have.
For assistance under our Pet Retention Program, please do the following:
1. Gather the following:
- goverment issued ID
- video of your pet
- copy of medical diagnosis (if you have one)
- copy of fare cost (for transportation assistance request)
- Our Spay and Neuter Importance Program (SNIP) aims to:
1) humanely reduce the number of homeless, hungry animals in the streets.
2) provide a low cost spay/neuter for pets who can not afford them.
We offer two services under our SNIP Program.
Below are some of the photos of the recently concluded (August 2020) spay/neuter importance program (SNIP) in the sanctuary. In the span of three days, this project has helped 495 homeless animals received veterinary care.
- For homeless stray animals we offer Trap, Neuter and Return (TNR). If you would like to implement this in your community, whether in school, residential villages, government offices or company property and is willing to work with us on the logistics, please contact us.
- For animals who have families, we offer a Low Cost Spay and Neuter. If you'd like your pet to be spayed/neuter for FREE please contact us with the name of your pet, age, vaccines (if vaccinated, please list what vaccines your pet has).
242 animals were vaccinated
75 were spayed/neutered
178 had vet consultations (including farm animals) and
3 had surgeries.
The veterinary team was led by Doctor Ferds McKoy Recio of Doc Ferds Animal Wellness Center.
- COMING SOON