She looks sweet and puppyish, but in fact this female stray has already mothered in the streets and all her puppies have died. No more of this!
Another lovely homeless female brought in for sterilization
Day 25 saved the life of this female stray. Turns out she had pyometra. In the streets, without vet care, this could have killed her
Vet Gabi Bratu sterilizing away, saving lives and preventing more suffering
Tiny spay incision with minimal recovery time
This female is already recovered from general anesthesia and ready to leave the clinic on her own paws, accompanied by her carer
Sterilizations save lives and prevent the suffering of more innocent pups. Day 25 with 12 sterilizations, plus one emergency sterilization performed on March 21st, were made possible by a very generous friend and donor who preferred to remain anonymous. Thank you so much for your kind gift to these needy animals!