Corozal Animal Program
We are pleased to announce that we will have a clinic on January 31 and February 1, 2024 at the San Joaquin Community House.  As before, vets and vet techs from Montreal will spay and neuter and 40 local volunteers will provide the labor.  We hope to fix at least 120 animals at the clinic. 
Vets and vet techs pay for their own flights to Belize. CAP pays for the following expenses:
Vets and vet techs
  •                Accommodations
  •                Breakfast and lunch, coffee, juice, water
  •                Permits
  •                Transportation to and from clinic
  •                Vaccinations – each animal receives a 5 in 1 vaccination to prevent disease
  •                Collars and leashes - dogs often have a piece of rope or chain around their neck
  •                Table and chair rental
  •                Supplies – trash bags, rubber gloves, sanitizers, hand washing soap, bleach, rubbing alcohol, gauze, hydrogen peroxide, paper towels, toilet paper
  • Guard for community house
We would like to ask you to help us reach our goal of $5,000 US.  We work with Believe in Belize, a 501C3 organization, and all donations from the U.S. are tax deductible based on applicable U.S. tax laws.  Below are links where you have the opportunity to make a one time or recurring donation.
Thanks for your support. We couldn’t do it without you!
Sue Paoletti
Corozal Animal Program
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