Spay neuter outreach program

homeless puppy

Our mobile spay neuter outreach programs have sterilised over 16000 animals, actively reducing the numbers of unwanted puppies and kittens. Sterilising dogs & cats before they can contribute to the overpopulation crisis in Sri Lanka is the main focus of our work

Why spay?

A single female dog can have two litters a year with an average litter size of 4-6 pups who will also start to breed within the first year; a female cat can have three litters in a year with an average litter of 4-6 kittens. It is easy to see how quickly the dog and cat populations can spiral out of control. With too many animals and not enough good owners or guardians, resources, food or shelter  suffering is inevitable

Mobile spay neuter clinics

Every month our Sri Lanka Veterinary team conduct outreach programs in a purpose built,  air-conditioned truck with gas anaesthesia and four operating tables.  Taking our program direct to the dogs and cats and communities who need our help, we sterilise both male and female owned and street dogs and owned cats. It’s a common myth that it’s only the female street dogs or cats that are contributing to the over population but nothing could be further than the truth, irresponsible owners whose pets have had unwanted litters will often abandon the puppies and kittens after a few weeks onto the roadside.

Every animal sterilised is Rabies vaccinated,  dogs are also microchipped,  details of every spay neuter surgery, the animals age, gender, ownership status and body condition scores are logged on the Mission Rabies mobile phone app allowing us to carry out follow ups and conduct regular population surveys.

Stop the suffering, donate today and sponsor a spay

Stop the suffering , donate today and sponsor a spay

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Donation Total: £20

It costs less to fund a spay neuter surgery that it does to fully vaccinate and parasite treat just one unwanted puppy or kitten!

By donating to support these spay neuter clinics, you not only personally change an individual animal’s life you become part of a movement that is making a huge and sustainable impact on animal welfare here in Sri Lanka.