Homeless Animals

Amapas area has become popular for people who can no longer keep pets to just dump them on the beach or in the Conchas Chinas area and near Pemex. Most of these dogs and some cats are not street animals and have no chance of survival on their own. Most are friendly and in desperate need of being saved.
 Clare W. Leach and her husband (AMAPAS members) have rescued three since mid-September.  One of them was a little black and white dog who got hit and laid in ditch near Conchas Chinas for 40 hours before being rescued by SPCAPV Sanctuary. He was paralyzed and near death. “Buster” is now walking and at the sanctuary awaiting adoption. He is a miracle but many passed by him without helping before he was saved.
WHAT you can do? Capture the dog and if injured have a heart and take to a vet and pay for treatment, very reasonable here.

Email the SPCAPV at spcapv@gmail.com with a photo of the animal and ask for help and they will either come get the animal if they have room or advise of options.

This is a no kill sanctuary. For other questions on how you can help please email clare23leach@gmail.com   Sayan Tropical.

Homeless animals are everyone’s business

Together as a community we can make a difference