SOS Animales is raising money to establish a veterinary clinic in SJDS, Nicaragua to combat the widespread animal suffering that has been caused by the lack of proper and affordable animal care offered to local famili...
San Juan del Sur is a small but vibrant community nestled along the coast of southern pacific Nicaragua. The locals of this tight-knit community are kindhearted and always willing to help a neighbor, but unfortunately hardship after hardship in Nicaragua has left many without the means to properly care for themselves or for their animals. Without access to animal-education or adequate veterinary care, overpopulation and disease have created a situation of endless suffering for many animals.
SOS Animales works within the community of San Juan del Sur to alleviate animal suffering by educating owners about correct care, hosting mass sterilization clinics to combat the impacts of dog and cat overpopulation, and transporting animals to responsible veterinarians.
The closest veterinary clinic with adequate medical supplies and well trained, responsible veterinarians is a 40 minute drive away from San Juan del Sur. Without access to local and affordable veterinary care, sick or injured animals suffer while waiting for days before they die or, by a miracle, find their way to proper care. This is why SOS Animales Nicaragua is raising funds to establish a local vet clinic in the community of SJDS.
Funds from this campaign will be used directly to purchase the necessary supplies to operate a veterinary clinic (photo below of our new space!). For example, these supplies include: examination tables, medications, a computer, and an x-ray machine. In addition to funding the supplies necessary to opening a veterinary clinic, funds from this campaign will also go towards covering the costs of treatment for animals whose owners cannot afford it.
We thank you for visiting our campaign and for your contribution! Even a donation of $5 can make a difference in the life of animal.
Kindly, The SOS Animales Nicaragua Team
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