Statistics show that one female dog and her offspring can produce up to 67,000 puppies in just six years. One female cat and her offspring can produce 370,000 kittens in seven years.
Strays can and do spread deadly diseases such as rabies. Around 59,000 people in mostly undeveloped countries die every year as a direct result of rabies. Over half of these cases are reported to be children.
They undertake two sterilisation field trips per month, through which 30 to 40 cats and dogs are sterilised free of charge. In addition they provide first aid and rabies vaccinations. Our aim is to double and then triple these field trips by supporting their fantastic work.
Bali is home to 500,000 stray dogs and unknown number of cats. Many of these animals suffer a terrible fate of being posioned shot or culled.
It is an island where animals co-exist together but with no owner, who will pay for village’s sterilisation. Their small team of Indonesian licensed and experienced vets provide a mobile sterilisation service for five days a week for local communities.
They have already sterilised 10,000 dogs & cats, preventing millions of animals needlessly suffering. Bali Pet Crusaders is setup as a non-profit in Australia and their finances are available online and traced.
AWARE provides expert veterinary treatment and rehabilitation to sick or injured wild animals, especially where these animals have suffered at the hand of man. This includes treatment of wild animals at risk from disease and the rehabilitation of wild animals threatened by humans. The Trust also performs free sterilisation, vaccination, and basic health care for domesticated animals living in poverty-stricken marginal areas.
Their core aim is to reduce the stray feline population. They operate a van from which they undertake professional neutering, as well as providing spaying services to animal shelters.
Baldea needs funds to pay for fuel, trap cages, medication, surgical equipment and veterinarians.
They have six mobile spay and neuter clinics and since forming in 2011 they have delivered over 50,000 surgeries. They want to increase their impact by creating more mobile units, and we want to help them.
Part of our quarterly donation goes to international animal protection organisations such as WWF, IAR and HSI. These NGOs spend over 80% of their donations directly on conservation projects and responding to emergencies.
We also intend to produce an annual KarmaGraph which will summarise the positive impact our business has had around the world.