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From Salvadores De Animales, Inc.

Salvadores de Animales, Inc. is a non-profit organization in Chiriqui, Panama. We rescue, rehabilitate, foster, and adopt homeless and neglected animals. We need funds for food, medications, vets, and sterilization.

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Update #3

6 months ago

Every nursing mother dog, sick dog, and puppy in our care receives puppy food because it contains extra nutrients. Each 4 kg. bag costs 7.14. We are currently feeding 25 dogs and puppies. Can you donate $1 per month to support these dogs and help in their recovery?

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Prairie and her kittens were rescued from horrible circumstances.  Prairie is a young mother who was blind and sick with infections.  She had no food or water, and was starving.  Prairie kept her kittens in a wooden box.  She was too sick and malnourished to nurse her babies, so they needed to be hand-fed.  We purchased kitten food for mom, formula for babies, multiple vet visits, vitamins, cat litter, and equipment.  Costs for Prairie and her babies have run over $300..

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Salvadores De Animales, Inc. posted a new update:
6 months ago

Update #3

Every nursing mother dog, sick dog, and puppy in our care receives puppy food because it contains extra nutrients. Each 4 kg. bag costs 7.14. We are currently feeding 25 dogs and puppies. Can you donate $1 per month to support these dogs and help in their recovery?

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Salvadores De Animales, Inc. posted a new update:
6 months ago

Update #2

Nursing mother cats as well as kittens need kitten chow. Each bag costs $6.55. We currently have 24 cats and kittens in foster, all of whom need kitten chow.

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Salvadores De Animales, Inc. posted a new update:
7 months ago

Update #1

Every rescued animal receives vitamins. Every bottle costs over $8.00

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