We have de-sexed 242 stray animals in Venezuela

De-Sexing Campaign | Olinda Moreno

23rd June 2019

11 stray cats and 14 stray dogs were de-sexed thanks to the support of Control Ético Animal. All animals castrated are under the care of volunteer Olinda Moreno in Puerto Cabello, Carabobo State.

Total Animals De-sexed: 25

De-Sexing Campaign | Olinda Moreno

13th April 2019

13 stray cats and 27 stray dogs were de-sexed thanks to the support of Control Ético Animal. All animals castrated are under the care of volunteer Olinda Moreno who lives in Puerto Cabello.

Total Animals De-sexed: 40 

De-Sexing Campaign | Quiero un Perro

11th April 2019

This event was possible thanks to the support of Control Ético Animal who travelled to Choroní to de-sex homeless animals under the care of Quiero un Perro Maracay.

Total Animals De-sexed: 30

Boot Camp Fund Raiser

13th April 2019

A group of Help an Animal supporters gathered to our first Boot Camp to raise funds to contribute to our cause. This small event was conducted by a group fitness instructor.

De-Sexing Campaign | Protejo Mascota

31st March 2019

Vets from Control Ético Animal travelled to Margarita island to de-sex domesticated animals and stray dogs and cats. We sponsored 6 stray dogs that are under the care of Protejo Mascota.

Total Animals De-sexed: 6

La Fiesta Festival | Gold Coast

3rd March 2019

Our group volunteers attended to La Fiesta Tastes and Sounds from South America Festival at the Gold Coast to raise funds for our cause and create awareness about the situation with the animals in Venezuela.

De-Sexing Campaign | Quiero un Perro

31st October 2018

Our very first de-sexing campaign!. This event was possible thanks to the support of our volunteers in Caracas and vets from Control Ético Animal.

Animals de-sexed were under the care of group Quiero un Perro Caracas.

Total Animals De-sexed: 24

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