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In August the SPCAI team was on location in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, promoting adoptions and working to protect animals displaced by the Olympic Games sites. This is where we met Victoria, an incredibly sweet dog who had endured unspeakable cruelty. After being starved and burned, Victoria and 13 other dogs...
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Get out the tissues - this video brings on happy tears. A dog’s difficult and dangerous journey from Aleppo, Syria, to Montreal, Quebec culminated in a heartwarming reunion at the Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport last week.
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On Sunday, August 21st when most of the U.S. media was still focused on the transgressions of a U.S. Olympic swimmer, another U.S. Olympian met up with SPCA International partners in Rio de Janeiro to tour the local public animal shelter and raise awareness about the hundreds of dogs and cats there who are longing for a better life.
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Forget Meryl Streep and Robert Redford. Meet Nelson, Jemma and Prince! Three of the most deserving, adorable and special animals I have come to know over the last few weeks as we worked day and night to save their lives for 2 U.S. Soldiers deployed in Obo, Central African Republic and Uganda.
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We are excited to share these three new photos of Victoria. A few weeks ago we emailed to tell you about Victoria and 13 other dogs who were burned on purpose in an act of unthinkable evil. We received an incredible outpouring of support for Victoria and her 13 friends.
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On July 31 SPCA International’s team will be holding an adoption event in Rio. Location: Praça do ó, Posto 03, Rio, Brazil
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In June, our SPCA International team traveled to Rio de Janeiro, the host city of this year's summer Olympic and ParaOlympic Games, to assess the condition of the stray animal population.
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Recently SPCAI invited Canadian veterinarian Hannah Weitzenfeld to visit Spay Panama to learn firsthand how this incredible, long-time SPCAI partner runs their "Mega Blitz" spay and neuter events that result in hundreds of sterilizations per day in unorthodox locations. Dr. Weitzenfeld describes her unique experiences and insights in this delightful article.
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U.S. Army veteran and international detachment fighter, Ken Wyrsch, befriended a puppy named Oliver while on the frontlines of the fight against ISIS. Ken contacted SPCA International for help getting Oliver out of Iraq when his time there came to an end. Quotes, photos and video are included in this heartwarming blog post!
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A visual look at 11 of the shelters and rescue organizations SPCA International has supported so far in 2016 through the Shelter Support Fund program.
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