Posted by: Ayuda | September 30, 2009

Seasonal Changes

As this month of September winds down we celebrate a milestone of accomplishment.

We are declaring the Las Cavernas area to be in a state of stabilization.

Tux at 7 weeks  28-Sep-09

Tux at 7 weeks 28-Sep-09

All females in the area have either been sterilized or are secure and scheduled for very close dates.

All homeless males in the area have been sterilized, and others have been adopted and are scheduled for very close dates.

All dogs of both sexes in the area have been vaccinated for Rabies, Parvo, Distemper, and other local deadly diseases.

Toffee at 7 weeks  28-Sep-09

Toffee at 7 weeks 28-Sep-09

And all homeless puppies have been adopted, except for Tux and Toffee.   All ready for a healthy life with human companions, we hope to find homes for these adorable little boys very soon.  Until then, they are waiting in a volunteer’s foster home.

Las Cavernas will continue to be a daily Ayuda feeding station, including support from the local merchants and workers.  New arrivals to the area will be surveyed and planned for necessary treatments according to their needs and conditions.

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Moving East from Las Cavernas, a new nest of roaming ferals has been discovered and pre-op activities immediately begun.

Everyone pictured below has been scheduled for Ayuda Treatments this week.  From all we have been able to determine in our preliminary survey work, these are all homeless dogs who live near the boat docks and forage for their food along the streets and garbage dumpsters.  This is merely the first group of scheduled patients from this new nest of opportunities recently discovered.

May  26-Sep-09

May 26-Sep-09

Toro  29-Sep-09

Toro. We hope he doesn't have cancer. 29-Sep-09

Samba  29-Sep-09

Samba 29-Sep-09

El Viejo  29-Sep-09

As gentle as he is, El Viejo shows the scars of many street fights. 29-Sep-09

Pablo.  This poor guy may be going in for extended care treatment for a number of health issues.  29-Sep-09

Pablo. This poor guy may be going in for extended care treatment for a number of health issues. 29-Sep-09

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