Help stop animal suffering in Chiapas, Mexico

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Spay and Neuter Campaign
Spay and Neuter Campaign

DEAR ANIMALIX FAMILY!!

ACTIVITY REPORT OCTOBER 15, 2020 TO JUNE 8, 2021.

 As we shared with you before, the Association works primarily on five axes, some of which have been canceled or cannot be exercised due to the contingency:

 I. ANIMAL WELFARE

  •  Spay and Neuter Campaign

Spaying and neutering is the most effective and humane method to control overpopulation of animals, and to prevent them from ending up suffering on the streets. Therefore, this activity is essential for us, hence we carried out three low-cost campaigns, on December 5, 2020, January 31 and March 20, 2021. Likewise, on May 28 and 30, 2021, we organized a free campaign in the cities of Tuxtla Gutiérrez, capital of the Chiapas state, and San Cristobal de las Casas with the support of the Calle Cero Foundation. In total, during the reported period, we were able to perform 626 spay and neuter surgeries.

  •  Rescues

We carry out rescues to the extent of our possibilities, generally of animals in serious health, in the case of Elektra who was run over and as a consequence fractured her hip and femur, she underwent a successful surgery, but is awaiting a new operation. Goyo is another example, for four months he was prostrate without mobility and an appetite for chronic pain caused by a tumor that had a front leg. When we rescued them, it had a temperature of 41 ° C. His entire leg was amputated. Huesos we find him on the verge of dying of starvation, stuck in the bushes on the side of a road, today he has a nice family who spoils him. Other rescues were Choco, after being run over; Nuez rescued her after her little sisters died on the street; Floki and Botxi, recover from their malnutrition in a foster home.

               We also support the rescue of a dozen more animals suffering on the streets for different causes. They are animals that are not under our protection, but we support them with dewormers, food, vaccines, spaying and neutering.

  •  Medical consultations

We want to highlight the indispensable work of the MVZ. Luis Mario Méndez López, who helped us provide 25 totally free medical consultations for applicants; low-income people who brought their pets or others who decided to help a street animal that was going through a bad time. Dogs and cats with different ailments were treated, the following stand out: a dog that had been wounded by a firearm, female dogs with TVT (venereal disease) that required several chemotherapy sessions: Nieves, Croqueta y Canela; animals injured by run over, blows or wounds inflicted by other animals or by humans. Likewise, others arrived due to skin diseases, dehydration, vision problems, among other conditions.

               We are grateful to those who encounter a sick or injured animal and are committed to helping us care for them while they recover. That is why at Animalix we have the motto: “Together we can change your destiny”.

 II. PROMOTION OF RESPONSIBLE ADOPTION

6 dogs were given up for adoption with committed people who made them part of their family. They were rescued in conditions of malnutrition, fractured and injured. All were rehabilitated and delivered in optimal physical and emotional health conditions. The adoptees were: Sanson (who was 3 years old waiting for an opportunity), Tito, Huesos, Vaquita and Nuez. Each one has a different story, but living on the streets and indifference have in common. In addition, we mediated for approximately 50 cats and dogs to be adopted. Dori, Nikte, Legs, Choco, Floky and Botxi are waiting to be adopted.

 III. SOCIAL MEDIA

In addition to the official page www.facebook.com/AnimalixAC/ our team helps in the administration of the following pages, whose objective is in their name. Lost and found dogs in San Cristóbal de Las Casas www.facebook.com/groups/perrosperdidosyencontradosSCLC/ y Adopt a dog or cat in San Cristobalwww.facebook.com//adoptaSanCristobal/. They all demand constant and continuous work, to attend to all calls for help, guidance and promotion of animal welfare.

 SPECIAL PROJECT: REHABILITATION CENTER

Thanks to the financial resources granted by the Spark Kindness Grant Program and the donations they give us, we were able to continue with the construction of the Canine and Feline Rehabilitation Center with the capacity to protect 25 animals. Mainly injured, sick, and female dogs in heat, about to give birth or with nursing puppies. All in a street situation.

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QUERIDA FAMILIA ANIMALIX!!

 INFORME DE ACTIVIDADES OCTUBRE 15 DE 2020 A JUNIO 8 DE 2021.

Como antes les compartimos, la Asociación trabaja primordialmente en cinco ejes, algunos de los cuales han sido cancelados o no se pueden ejercer a causa de la contingencia:

 I. BIENESTAR ANIMAL

  •  Campañas de esterilización y castración.

La esterilización y castración es el método más eficaz y humanitario para controlar la sobrepoblación de animales y para evitar que acaben sufriendo en las calles. Por tanto, esta actividad es fundamental para nosotros, de ahí que realizamos tres campañas de bajo costo, en diciembre 5 de 2020, enero 31 y marzo 20 de 2021. Así mismo, en mayo 28 y 30 de 2021 organizamos una campaña gratuita en las ciudades de Tuxtla Gutiérrez, capital del estado de Chiapas, y San Cristóbal de las Casas con el apoyo de la Fundación Calle Cero. En total, durante el periodo reportado logramos hacer 626 cirugías de esterilización y castración.

  •  Rescates

Nosotros hacemos rescates en la medida de nuestras posibilidades, generalmente de animales en estado de salud grave, es el caso de Elektra que fue atropellada y como consecuencia se le fracturó la cadera y el fémur, fue intervenida quirúrgicamente con éxito, pero está en espera de una nueva operación. Goyo es otro ejemplo, durante cuatro meses estuvo postrado sin tener movilidad y apetito por de dolor crónico provocado por un tumor que tenía un una pata delantera. Cuando los rescatamos tenía 41 °C de temperatura. Le fue amputada toda la pierna. Huesos lo encontramos a punto de morir por inanición, metido entre arbustos a orilla de una carretera, hoy tiene una bonita familia que lo consiente. Otros rescates fueron Choco, después de ser atropellada; Nuez la rescatamos después de que sus pequeñas hermanas murieron en la calle; Floki y Botxi, se recuperan de su desnutrición en un hogar temporal.

También apoyamos en el rescate de una decena de animales más sufriendo en las calles por diferentes causas. Son animales que no están bajo nuestro resguardo, pero los apoyamos con desparasitantes, alimento, vacunas, esterilización y castración.

  •  Consultas médicas

Queremos destacar la indispensable labor del MVZ. Luis Mario Méndez López, quien nos ayudó a brindar 25 consultas médicas totalmente gratuitas para los solicitantes;  personas de bajos recursos económicos que llevaron a sus mascotas o bien otras que decidieron auxiliar a una animal de la calle que estaba pasando por mal momento. Se atendieron perros y gatos con diferentes padecimientos, destacan: un perro que había sido herido por arma de fuego, perros hembra con TVT (enfermedad venérea) que requirieron varias sesiones de quimioterapia: NievesCroqueta y Canela; animales heridos por atropellamiento, golpes o heridas infligidas por otros animales o por humanos. Así mismo, otros llegaron por enfermedades de la piel, deshidratación, problemas de visión, entre otros padecimientos.

Agradecemos a las personas que encuentran a un animal enfermo o herido y se comprometen a ayudarnos en su cuidado mientras se recuperan. Por eso en Animalix tenemos el lema: “Juntos podemos cambiar su destino”.

 II. PROMOCIÓN DE LA ADOPCIÓN RESPONSABLE

Se entregaron seis perros en adopción con personas comprometidas que los hicieron parte de su familia. Fueron rescatados en condiciones de desnutrición, fracturados y heridos. Todos fueron rehabilitados y se entregaron en condiciones óptimas de salud física y emocional. Los adoptados fueron: Sansón (quien tenía 3 años esperando una oportunidad), TitoHuesosVaquita y Nuez. Cada uno tiene una historia diferente, pero tienen en común vivir en las calles y la indiferencia. Además, mediamos para que fueran adoptados aproximadamente 50 perros y gatos. Esperan para ser adoptados DoriNiktéLegsChocoFloky y Botxi.

 III. REDES SOCIALES

Además de la página oficial www.facebook.com/AnimalixAC/ nuestro equipo de trabajo ayuda en la administración de las siguientes páginas, cuyo  objetivo está en su nombre Perros perdidos y encontrados en San Cristóbal de Las Casas www.facebook.com/groups/perrosperdidosyencontradosSCLC/ y Adopta un perro o un gato en San Cristóbal www.facebook.com//adoptaSanCristobal/.  Todas demandan un trabajo constante y continuo, para atender a todos los llamados de auxilio, orientación y promoción del bienestar de los animales.

 PROYECTO ESPECIAL: CENTRO DE REHABILITACIÓN

Gracias a los recursos económicos otorgados por Spark Kindness Grant Program y a las donaciones que nos otorgan, pudimos continuar con la construcción del Centro de Rehabilitación Canina y Felina con capacidad para resguardar  25 animales. Principalmente heridos, enfermos, y perras hembra en celo, próximas en dar a luz o con cachorros lactantes. Todos en situación de calle.

Spay and Neuter Campaign
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Elektra
Elektra
Choco
Choco
Puppies
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Goyo
Goyo
Nuez
Nuez
Sick dogs
Sick dogs
Sick dogs
Sick dogs
Dog wounded with gun
Dog wounded with gun
Floky and Botxi
Floky and Botxi
Aloe, Croqueta and Canela
Aloe, Croqueta and Canela
Tito
Tito
Rehabilitation center
Rehabilitation center
Rehabilitation center
Rehabilitation center
Rehabilitation center
Rehabilitation center
Huesos
Huesos

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Oreo and Roko at the vet
Oreo and Roko at the vet

DEAR ANIMALIX FAMILY !!

 Activity report from June 16 to October 14, 2020.

Animalix AC appreciates the help that allows us to continue with our activities. We hope that you and your loved ones are staying well in these difficult times resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic. Unfortunately, many stray animals have found themselves more forgotten than ever.

As we shared with you before, our organization works primarily in five areas, some of which have been canceled or postponed due to Covid-19:

 I. ANIMAL WELFARE

Sterilization campaigns:

We carried out two sterilization campaigns for dogs and cats. On August 29, 42 low-cost surgeries were performed. And on October 3 and 4, in a collaboration with the Calle Cero Foundation in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, we performed 400 free sterilization surgeries. It was a strenuous but satisfying journey for the benefit of homeless dogs and cats, and many families who would normally have trouble paying for surgery for their pets.

 Rescues:

Cleo, Jack, Trufa, Maya, Marshmallow, Tito, Morita and Peluchín were the dogs rescued from the streets in this period. All were rehabilitated from the health conditions they had and were dewormed, vaccinated and sterilized.

 Medical consultations:

During this reporting period, we provided 18 free medical consultations and treatments, with the support of the MVZ (licensed veterinarian) Luis Mendez. They were treated for malnutrition, distemper, skin infections, injuries, wounds, and fractures. Four euthanasias were performed in cases where, unfortunately, nothing else could be done.

Of those rescued, the case of Morita stands out. A small cub of scarcely three months old, she was extremely starved. Truffle, also a puppy, with skin problems. Max and Tequila, who were attacked with a machete, had very serious injuries, but fortunately they recovered well.

In this endeavor, we are grateful to those who find a sick or injured animal and commit to helping us care for it through recovery. We also appreciate support of low-income families, who are sometimes unable to pay the medical bills for their four-legged family members. That is why at Animalix we have the motto: “Together we can change your destiny”.

 II. PROMOTION OF RESPONSIBLE ADOPTION

9 dogs were successfully adopted, some of whom who had been in adoption for years. It is satisfying to see how they now have a home that provides them with care and love. All were delivered in optimal health conditions. The adopted dogs are: Jack, Truffle, Maya, Marshmallow, Pepper, Morita, Peluchín and Vidar.

 III. SOCIAL NETWORKS

In addition to the official page www.facebook.com/AnimalixAC/, our team helps in the administration of the following pages whose objective is in their Facebook title.

Lost and found dogs in San Cristóbal de Las Casas: www.facebook.com/groups/LostandFoundDogsSCLC/  Adopt a dog or a cat in San Cristóbal: www.facebook.com//adoptaSanCristobal/ All demand constant and continuous work to attend to all calls for help, advice and promotion of animal welfare.

 SPECIAL PROJECT: REHABILITATION CENTER

Thanks to the financial resources granted by the Spark Kindness Grant Program, we have begun the construction of a Canine and Feline Rehabilitation Center with the capacity to protect 25 animals. Mainly injured, sick, in heat and nursing mother dogs will be cared for here.

 

QUERIDA FAMILIA ANIMALIX!!

 Informe de actividades de junio 16 a octubre 14 de 2020.

 Animalix AC agradece su ayuda que nos permite continuar con nuestras actividades. Por otro lado, deseamos que ustedes y sus seres queridos se encuentren bien en estos tiempos difíciles que vivimos a causa de la pandemia Covid-19. Desafortunadamente, los grandes olvidados por la situación han sido los animales callejeros.

 Como antes les compartimos, la Asociación trabaja primordialmente en cinco ejes, algunos de los cuales han sido cancelados o no se pueden ejercer a causa de la contingencia:

 I. BIENESTAR ANIMAL

Campañas de esterilización:

Realizamos dos campañas de esterilización de perros y gatos. El 29 de agosto se realizaron 42 cirugías a bajo costo. Y el 03 y 04 de octubre, en una colaboración con la Fundación Calle Cero de Guadalajara, Jalisco, México, realizamos 400 cirugías de esterilización gratuitas. Fue una jornada extenuante, pero satisfactoria en beneficio de perros y gatos en situación de calle, y de muchas familias que difícilmente pagarían por una cirugía para sus mascotas.

Rescates

Cleo, Jack, Trufa, Maya, Malvavisca, Tito, Morita y Peluchín fueron los perros rescatados de las calles en este periodo. Todos fueron rehabilitados de las condiciones de salud que tenían: se desparasitaron, vacunaron y esterilizaron.

Consultas médicas:

Durante el periodo que comprende el informe brindamos 18 consultas y tratamientos médicos gratuitos, con el apoyo del MVZ. Luis Méndez. Se atendieron por inanición, moquillo, infecciones de la piel, lesiones y heridas, fracturas. Se practicaron 4 eutanasias en los casos que no pudo hacerse nada más.

Destacan los casos de Morita, una pequeña cachorra de escasos tres meses de edad que presentaba un grado fuerte de desnutrición. Trufa, también cachorra, con problemas de la piel. Max y Tequila que fueron atacados con un machete, tuvieron lesiones muy graves, pero  por fortuna se recuperaron satisfactoriamente.

Agradecemos en esta tarea a las personas que encuentran a un animal enfermo o herido y se comprometen a ayudarnos en su cuidado mientras se recuperan. Otros son apoyos que se brindan a familias de bajos recursos, y no tienen la capacidad de pagar un tratamiento para sus amigos de cuatro patas. Por eso en Animalix tenemos el lema: “Juntos podemos cambiar su destino”.

II. PROMOCIÓN DE LA ADOPCIÓN RESPONSABLE

Se entregaron 10 perros  en adopción, algunos estaban bajo resguardo desde hace 5 años. Es satisfactorio ver cómo ahora tienen un hogar que les provee de alimentos y amor. Todos se entregaron en condiciones óptimas de salud. Los adoptados fueron: Jack, Trufa, Maya, Malvavisca, Pimienta, Morita, Peluchín, Pecas, Flaquita y Vidar.

III. REDES SOCIALES

Además de la página oficial www.facebook.com/AnimalixAC/ nuestro equipo de trabajo ayuda en la administración de las siguientes páginas, cuyo  objetivo está en su nombre Perros perdido y encontrados en San Cristóbal de Las Casas www.facebook.com/groups/perrosperdidosyencontradosSCLC/ y Adopta un perro o un gato en San Cristóbal www.facebook.com//adoptaSanCristobal/.  Todas demandan un trabajo constante y continuo, para atender a todos los llamados de auxilio, orientación y promoción del bienestar de los animales.

 PROYECTO ESPECIAL: CENTRO DE REHABILITACIÓN

Gracias a los recursos económicos otorgados por Spark Kindness Grant Program, hemos comenzado la construcción de un Centro de Rehabilitación Canina y Felina con capacidad para resguardar  25 animales. Principalmente heridos, enfermos, en celo y perras con cachorros lactantes.

Pepper adopted after five years
Pepper adopted after five years
Truffle: before and after
Truffle: before and after
Morita: before and after
Morita: before and after
Peluchin: before and after
Peluchin: before and after
Free spay and neuter campaing
Free spay and neuter campaing
Free spay and neuter campaing
Free spay and neuter campaing
Free spay and neuter campaing
Free spay and neuter campaing
Free Spay and Neuter Campaign Team
Free Spay and Neuter Campaign Team
Advances in the rehabilitation center
Advances in the rehabilitation center

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Dog with fracture
Dog with fracture

Dear Animalix family!!

Activity report from February 18 to June 16, 2020.

Those of us who collaborate with Animalix AC appreciate your generous support and trust. We hope that you and your loved ones are well, in these difficult times that we live because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Unfortunately, the great ones forgotten by the situation have been stray animals. The closure of shops and homes, the low mobility of people has made it difficult for them to have food and water available. Just as the stress derived from the above has caused acts of violence against him.

As we shared before, the Association works primarily on five axes, some of which have been canceled or cannot be exercised due to the health contingency:

I. Animal welfare

During the reporting period, we provided 15 medical consultations and treatments, with the support of the MVZ. Luis Méndez. They included care to assess health status, or treat animals for starvation, burns, injuries and wounds, scabies, distemper, heraldry, and Communicable Venereal Tumor (TVT in Spanish). Three euthanasia were performed on dogs that were run over, and for whose serious injuries nothing could be done, other than alleviate their pain and accompany their departure.

The cases of Huda stand out, who presented a picture of hemorrhages, Tedy affected by distemper and Tauri who received a strong blow to the head. Samson is a special case, he has been under our protection for almost 3 years, and on June 3 he underwent an amputation as he had unsuccessful puppy surgery and began to injure his spine as he grew up.

In this task, we thank the people who find a sick or injured animal and are committed to helping us in their care while they recover. Others are supports that are provided to low-income families, or who lost their jobs and are unable to pay for treatment for their four-legged friends. That is why at Animalix we have the motto: “Together we can change their destiny”.

Likewise, on March 21 we successfully performed 38 spay and neuter surgeries on dogs and cats. The only one until today, because the other scheduled ones were suspended.

 II. Promotion of responsible adoption

3 dogs and 6 cats were given up for adoption, some had been under guard for months. It is satisfying to see how after being on the street they now have a home that provides them with food and love. All are delivered in optimal health conditions: dewormed, vaccinated, sterilized and with basic training in the case of dogs.

III. Social networks

In addition to the official page www.facebook.com/AnimalixAC/ our team helps in the administration of the following pages, whose objective is in your name Lost and found dogs in San Cristóbal de Las Casas www.facebook.com/groups/perrosperdidosyencontradosSCLC/y Adopt a dog or a cat in San Cristóbal www.facebook.com//adoptaSanCristobal/ All of them demand constant and continuous work, to attend to all calls for help, guidance and promotion of animal welfare.

We are also working on the construction of our website, which will be online soon.

Special project: Rehabilitation Center

Thanks to the financial resources provided by the Spark Kindness Grant Program, we have begun the construction of a Canine and Feline Rehabilitation Center with the capacity to protect 25 animals. Mainly injured, sick, in heat and bitches with lactating puppies.

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Querida familia Animalix!!

Informe de actividades de febrero 18 a junio 16 de 2020.

Quienes colaboramos en Animalix AC agradecemos su generoso apoyo y confianza. Deseamos que ustedes y sus seres queridos se encuentren bien, en estos tiempos difíciles que vivimos a causa de la pandemia Covid-19. Desafortunadamente, los grandes olvidados por la situación han sido los animales callejeros. El cierre de comercios y hogares, la poca movilidad de personas ha dificultado que tengan alimento y agua disponibles. Así como el estrés derivado de lo anterior ha provocado actos de violencia en su contra.

Como antes les compartimos, la Asociación trabaja primordialmente en cinco ejes, algunos de los cuales han sido cancelados o no se pueden ejercer a causa de la contingencia:

I. Bienestar animal

Durante el periodo que comprende el informe brindamos 15 consultas y tratamientos médicos, con el apoyo del MVZ. Luis Méndez. Incluyeron la atención para evaluar el estado de salud, o tratar animales por inanición, quemaduras, lesiones y heridas, sarna, moquillo, herliquia y tumor venéreo transmisible (TVT). Se practicaron 3 eutanasias a perros que fueron atropellados, y por cuyas graves lesiones  no se podía hacer nada, más que aliviar su dolor y acompañar su partida.

Destacan los casos de Huda quien presentaba un cuadro de hemorragias, Tedy afectado por moquillo y Tauri que recibió un fuerte golpe en la cabeza. Sansón es un caso especial, ha estado bajo nuestro resguardo desde hace casi 3 años, y el 3 de junio fue sometido a una amputación ya que tuvo una cirugía de cachorro que no fue exitosa y comenzó a lesionarle la columna conforme creció.

Agradecemos en esta tarea a las personas que encuentran a un animal enfermo o herido y se comprometen a ayudarnos en su cuidado mientras se recuperan. Otros son apoyos que se brindan a familias de bajos recursos, o bien que perdieron el empleo y no tienen la capacidad de pagar un tratamiento para sus amigos de cuatro patas. Por eso en Animalix tenemos el lema: “Juntos podemos cambiar su destino”.

Así mismo, el 21 de marzo realizamos con éxito 38 cirugías de esterilización de perros y gatos. La única hasta hoy día, porque se suspendieron las otras programadas.

II. Promoción de la adopción responsable

Se entregaron en adopción  3 perros y 6 gatos, algunos estaban bajo resguardo desde hace meses. Es satisfactorio ver cómo después de estar en la calle ahora tienen un hogar que les provee de alimentos y amor. Todos se entregan en condiciones óptimas de salud: desparasitados, vacunados, esterilizados y con entrenamiento básico en el caso de los perros.

III. Redes sociales

Además de la página oficial www.facebook.com/AnimalixAC/ nuestro equipo de trabajo ayuda en la administración de las siguientes páginas, cuyo  objetivo está en su nombre Perros perdido y encontrados en San Cristóbal de Las Casas www.facebook.com/groups/perrosperdidosyencontradosSCLC/ y Adopta un perro o un gato en San Cristóbal www.facebook.com//adoptaSanCristobal/.  Todas demandan un trabajo constante y continuo, para atender a todos los llamados de auxilio, orientación y promoción del bienestar de los animales.

Se trabaja además en la construcción de nuestra página web, la cual estará en línea próximamente.

Proyecto especial: Centro de Rehabilitación

Gracias a los recursos económicos otorgados por Spark Kindness Grant Program, hemos comenzado la construcción de un Centro de Rehabilitación Canina y Felina con capacidad para resguardar  25 animales. Principalmente heridos, enfermos, en celo y perras con cachorros lactantes.

Dog with starvation
Dog with starvation
Puppy with scabies
Puppy with scabies
Dog with burn
Dog with burn
Dog with distemper
Dog with distemper
Dog with brain tumor
Dog with brain tumor
Dog that was run over
Dog that was run over
Dog that was run over
Dog that was run over
Dog that was run over
Dog that was run over
Spay and neuter campaing
Spay and neuter campaing
Spay and neuter campaing
Spay and neuter campaing
Spay and neuter campaing
Spay and neuter campaing
Spay and neuter campaing
Spay and neuter campaing
Spay and neuter campaing
Spay and neuter campaing
Cats rescued and adopted
Cats rescued and adopted
cats rescued and adopted
cats rescued and adopted
Cat rescued and adopted (bills)
Cat rescued and adopted (bills)
Dog adopted (freckles)
Dog adopted (freckles)
Dog adopted (Cookie)
Dog adopted (Cookie)
Samson recovering from amputation
Samson recovering from amputation
Huda recovering from erliquiosis
Huda recovering from erliquiosis
Construction of the rehabilitation center
Construction of the rehabilitation center
Construction of the rehabilitation center
Construction of the rehabilitation center
Construction of the rehabilitation center
Construction of the rehabilitation center
Construction of the rehabilitation center
Construction of the rehabilitation center
Construction of the rehabilitation center
Construction of the rehabilitation center

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DEAR ANIMALIX FAMILY!

Activity report from November 22, 2019 to February 17, 2020

Those of us who collaborate with Animalix AC take advantage of this first activity report of the year 2020 to thank you for all your support and trust, for helping us help our four-legged brothers. We close one year and start another with many energies and high hopes. We share that we receive the support of the Spark Kindness Grant Program, part of these resources will be used for the partial construction of a Canine and Feline Rehabilitation Center with the capacity to protect 25 animals. The Center is very important because it will allow us to have the dogs we have under shelter in one space, supervise their rehabilitation process until they are adopted.

We remind you that Animalix AC works primarily on four axes: I. Animal welfare: rescue, shelter, food, medical care, deworming, vaccination and sterilization; II Citizen awareness and awareness; III. Promotion of responsible adoption, IV. Canine Education and V. Social networks. In the period reported, it was carried out:

Animal welfare: the rescue of Whiskers, Vaquita, Galleta, Storm and Tomasa. The most serious case was Vaquita who presented a fractured femur, the others due to cases of neglect and malnutrition. Everyone was dewormed, vaccinated and sterilized. There were also 15 consultations of animals rescued by people who agree to take care of them while they recover, highlights the case of Cinnamon that had a head injury. Likewise, we feed 14 animals that we have in temporary homes and prepare Samson for the amputation of a leg that is causing spinal problems. Finally, on January 18 of the presentation we carried out the first sterilization campaign of 2020 where 42 surgeries were performed.

Promotion of responsible adoption: Whiskers and Trinity were given for adoption, and that of Vidar is in process. Unfortunately, we were returned to Dori and Galleta, whose families had unfortunate events. It hurts us that there is no awareness of adoption in our city, because there are thousands of dogs and cats living in the streets.

Dog Education: this year we resume this activity, it is an accompaniment to families so that the adoption is successful, or when there is a problem with an adoptee. It was the case of Trinity that was integrated into his new home and Camilo that presented behavioral problems.

Social networks: it is an activity that is constant, every day 10 messages of all kinds are received on average, the most common are lost or found dogs, diverse information. Although at least 5 cases of injured animals are reported per week, they have suffered violence or physical abuse. The networks serve to inform, denounce, promote, share and interact with our more than 17 thousand followers.

Finally, we want to thank GlobalGiving because it has enabled us to have financial resources; for allowing us to meet you and have communication and that you know about us, of our daily struggle to make our city a better place for our four-legged brothers. Thank you very much for so much love and for your donations!

We greet you with much affection and thanks

ANIMALIX AC team

 

¡QUERIDA FAMILIA ANIMALIX!

Informe de actividades de noviembre 22 de 2019 a febrero 17 de 2020

Quienes colaboramos en Animalix AC aprovechamos este primer informe de actividades del año 2020 para agradecer todo su apoyo y confianza, por ayudarnos a ayudar a nuestros hermanitos de cuatro patas. Cerramos un año e iniciamos otro con muchas energías y grandes esperanzas. Les compartimos que recibimos el apoyo de Spark Kindness Grant Program, parte de esos recursos será utilizado para la construcción parcial de un Centro de Rehabilitación Canina y Felina con capacidad para resguardar  25 animales. El Centro es muy importante porque nos permitirá tener en un solo espacio los perros que tenemos bajo resguardo, supervisar su proceso de rehabilitación hasta ser adoptados.

Les recordamos que Animalix AC trabaja primordialmente en cuatro ejes: I. Bienestar animal: rescate, resguardo, alimentación, atención médica, desparasitación, vacunación y esterilización; II. Sensibilización y concientización ciudadanas; III. Promoción de la adopción responsable, IV. Educación Canina y  V. Redes sociales. En el periodo que se informa se realizó:

Bienestar animal: se realizaron los rescates de Bigotes, Vaquita, Galleta, Tormenta y Tomasa. El caso más grave fue de Vaquita quien presentaba una fractura de fémur, los demás por casos de abandono y desnutrición. A todos se les desparasitó, vacuno y esterilizó. También se otorgaron 15 consultas de animales rescatados por personas que se comprometen a cuidarlos mientras se recuperan, destaca el caso de Canela que tenía un traumatismo craneal. Así mismo, alimentamos  a 14 animales que tenemos en hogares temporales y preparamos a Sansón para la amputación de una pata que le está provocando problemas de columna.  Por último, el 18 de enero del presenta realizamos la primera campaña de esterilización del 2020 donde se hicieron 42 cirugías.

Promoción de la adopción responsable: se dieron en adopción a Bigotes y Trinity,  y está en proceso la de Vidar. Lamentablemente, nos regresaron a Dori y a Galleta, cuyas familias tuvieron eventos desafortunados. Nos duele que no exista la conciencia de la adopción en nuestra ciudad, porque hay miles de perros y gatos viviendo en las calles.

Educación Canina: en este año retomamos esta actividad, es un acompañamiento a las familias para que la adopción se exitosa, o bien cuando se presenta algún problema con algún adoptado. Fue el caso de Trinity que se integró a su nuevo hogar y Camilo que presentaba problemas de conducta.

Redes sociales: es una actividad que es constante, diariamente se reciben en promedio 10 mensajes de toda índole, lo más común son perros extraviados o encontrados, información diversa. Aunque a la semana se reportan al menos 5 casos de animales lastimados, que han sufrido violencia o maltrato físico. Las redes sirven para informar, denunciar, promover, compartir e interactuar con nuestros más de 17 mil seguidores.

Por último, queremos agradecer a GlobalGiving porque nos ha posibilitado tener recursos económicos; por permitirnos conocerlos a ustedes y tener comunicación y que sepan de nosotros, de nuestra lucha diaria por hacer de nuestra ciudad un lugar mejor para nuestros hermanos de cuatro patas. ¡Muchas gracias por tanto amor y por sus donaciones!

Los saludamos con mucho afecto y agradecimiento

Equipo ANIMALIX AC

 

Little cow receiving medical attention
Little cow receiving medical attention
Little cow
Little cow
Little cow in recovery
Little cow in recovery
Storm in the street
Storm in the street
Tomasa when she was rescued
Tomasa when she was rescued
Spay of Storm and Tomasa
Spay of Storm and Tomasa
Trinity was adopted her family learns to treat her
Trinity was adopted her family learns to treat her
Trinity was adopted her family learns to treat her
Trinity was adopted her family learns to treat her
Trinity was adopted her family learns to treat her
Trinity was adopted her family learns to treat her
Callejero receiving medical attention
Callejero receiving medical attention
Spay and neuter campaing
Spay and neuter campaing
Coming Soon Dog and Cat Rehabilitation Center
Coming Soon Dog and Cat Rehabilitation Center
Coming Soon Dog and Cat Rehabilitation Center
Coming Soon Dog and Cat Rehabilitation Center

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EROS AND GALA
EROS AND GALA

Dear Animalix family !!

Fourth report from August 24 to November 21, 2019

In this quarter, ANIMALIX AC carried out sterilization campaigns: on October 5, 40 animals were operated. Also, on November 16 and 17, in collaboration with the Calle Cero Foundation of Guadalajara, Jalisco, and the invaluable help of dozens of volunteers, we carried out the V Free Sterilization Campaign of 504 dogs and cats, in the city of San Cristóbal of the houses. With these actions, hundreds of animals are prevented from reproducing and, consequently, overpopulation of them in the streets or homes. The campaigns involve a lot of planning and organization work, economic resources, time spent and physical wear.

Also, we continued with our rescue activities for animals in distress, we were able to provide medical support and physical rehabilitation, with the support of people who committed themselves as temporary homes, to 10 dogs with moderate and severe injuries. They had skin diseases, starvation, bacterial infections, fractures, among others. It was the case for example of Eros, Gala, Cupapito, and Button. In others, nothing could be done but to help them die without pain, as in Jacinto and Canelo. The veterinarian Luis Mario Méndez has been a great support in these actions, because he attends emergencies, does not charge fees for consultations and makes us discounts on treatments.

Likewise, we are constantly publishing on social networks our little ones who are for adoption. In this way, interested people make contact, which is the first step to complete the following. Thanks to this follow-up work, we were able to get responsible and caring families for 6 of these beautiful four-legged beings: Tigri, Dali, Eros, Gala, Maya, and Cupapito (the latter with the support of Claudia Witing).

Until today, we have 11 dogs under our shelter and in temporary homes, which we feed, we take care of their physical and emotional health, waiting for someone to finally adopt them and give them the love they have not had.

We greet you with much affection and thanks

ANIMALIX AC team

CUPAPITO
CUPAPITO
BUTTON
BUTTON
JACINTO Y CANELO
JACINTO Y CANELO
TIGRI
TIGRI
DALI
DALI
MAYA
MAYA
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ANIMALIX AC

Location: SAN CRISTOBAL DE LAS CASAS, CHIAPAS - Mexico
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ERICKA BRAND
SAN CRISTOBAL DE LAS CASAS, CHIAPAS Mexico
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