8am - 4:30pm
Animal welfare for disadvantaged communities
In impoverished communities where traditional veterinary services are often unavailable, starving dogs and cats give birth to litters of offspring that cannot be fed. Illnesses go untreated. And the pain of these pets adds to the suffering of their owners.
Animal Welfare program for disadvantaged communities
IFAW's Community Led Animal Welfare (CLAW) program brings new hope. CLAW provides desperately needed veterinary services to dogs and cats, as well as vital animal care education to pet owners in some of the world's poorest communities. Since its start in 1999, CLAW’s team of veterinarians and local volunteers have treated, vaccinated, and provided spay and neuter services to sterilize thousands of pets.
The following donations are needed:
CLAW is always in need of food, collars, leashes, bedding and newspapers for the clinic and other township dogs.
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