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October 2014

YOU Made This Possible - 1,236 Lives Saved!

Baghdad Pups:
Where Are They Now?

Lola the Kitten & Park Heights Animal Welfare Group

Hey, Did You Know?


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YOU Made This Possible - 1,236 Lives Saved!
In association with our good friends at Spay Panama, 1,236 dogs and cats were not only sterilized, but received veterinary care and the compassion every animal deserves. And it’s all because of you!

On September 30th, we were able to reach our fundraising goal that enabled 12 veterinarians to help so many suffering animals over the course of 5 days. This mega spay event for World Animal Day marks SPCA International’s 4th year of partnership with Spay Panama to help street animals as well as providing low cost veterinary care, spay and neuter to countless low-income families across the country.
Learn More About the 1,236 Lives Saved
Baghdad Pups: Where Are They Now?
In May, our Operation Baghdad Pups program team was able to ensure some of the most heartfelt reunions - seventeen in all. These dogs and cats that would have otherwise been left to a horrible fate in Iraq are now living it up in North America! Find out what life is like today for nine of these lucky fellas - Barley, Fred, George, Taboga, Lani, Biscuit, Charlie, Barley the 2nd, and Squeak. Where Are They Now?
Lola the Kitten & Park Heights Animal Welfare Group
For 7 years, Park Heights Animal Welfare Group has been serving colonies of feral cats in a rough section of downtown Baltimore. Janet Mercer, SPCAI Webmaster, shares her experience volunteering with them and saving the life of a deserving kitten named Lola on one of her recent trips to feed the colonies. We encourage you to learn more and see what you can do to help the feral cats in your area on National Feral Cat Day - October 16! Read Janet’s Blog
Hey, Did You Know?
Goats were the first animals domesticated by man somewhere between 7,000-10,000 B.C.E. They are one of the cleanest of animals, and far more selective eaters than most other farm animals and even dogs. Goats eat many different species of plants, but do not want to eat food that has been contaminated or that has been on the ground. Contrary to popular belief, goats do NOT eat tin cans or garbage. They live on average for 8-12 years.
Please help our animal population - have your pets spayed or neutered!

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