Thursday, February 15, 2018
:Fecha: Martes 20 de Febrero a las
Lugar: Colonia Buenos Aires Norte
Fecha: Martes 27 de Febrero a las
Lugar: DIF Altiplano 4ta Seccin
número de Celular: 664 169 9667 con Isabel
Thursday, December 14, 2017
Holiday Newsletter December, 2017
current number of animals without it.
In order to provide rescuers with timely support, FHSTJ instituted a certificate program whereby animals receive immediate veterinary care, including spay and neuter if ready. This encourages more grassroots/neighborhood rescue groups to help the street animals. The goal is rescue, spay/neuter, and then adoption.
FHSTJ undertakes other programs as well. We offer adoptions at various San Diego Petco and Petsmart locations. We present public education programs in Tijuana and make teaching materials available to the city and individual rescuers. We distribute tons of pet food to rescuers as well as individuals attending clinics.
Become An Advocate
Most of us know friends who are interested in animal welfare. Become an advocate for the
street animals by sharing this information with people that are as concerned as you. Sharing
with one more person will make a difference.
These results could not be possible without your continued support We invite you to see the photos and read the brief reports on the on the animals YOU have helped. Go to www.friendsofhstj.org and click on the BLOG. You have saved these animals from a life of starvation, disease, pain and fear.
Remember, these kinds of successes only increase our challenge to do more. These animals need your continued support.
You can donate by sending a check to:
Friends of HSTJ
Go to www.friendsofhstj.org and click on the donate page.
participating donors an opportunity to win a prize.
Michelle C. in
Spring Valley, 2 San Diego Zoo passes;
Karri F. in
complimentary meal passes to Souplantation; San Diego
Noehlia A. in
, a $15 Starbucks
card; Los Angeles
Michael F. in San Ysidro, a $10 gift card to the Karl Strauss Brewing Company and
Luis G. in
, a $50 guest card to The Patio restaurant. San Diego
ON A PERSONAL NOTE
As you can see from this report, your continued support has allowed us to serve many more animals than we initially anticipated.
FHSTJ's priority is to keep grassroots rescue groups viable via direct support. It is more efficient than running a shelter which can only keep a few animals at a time. By supporting rescuers and neighborhood groups, more animals are cared for and more mass spay/ neuter clinics take place in areas most in need. The greater
Wednesday, December 13, 2017
FHSTJ is sponsoring two parasite control events in December, 2017
FHSTJ es el patrocinador de dos eventos de desparacitacion durante el mes de diciembre, 2017.
17 December 2017 at 10:00 AM
Place: Colonia El Dorado ( ESCUELA NISSAN)
Fecha: 17 de Diciembre del 2017 a las 10:00 a.m.
Lugar: Colonia: El Dorado (ESCUELA NISSAN)
19 December 2017 at 10:00 AM
Place: Colonia Buenos Aires Sur ( ESCUELA ALBERT EINSTEIN)
Fecha: 19 de Diciembre del 2017 a las 10:00 a.m.
Lugar: Colonia Buenos Aires Sur (ESCUELA ALBERT EINSTEIN)
Thursday, December 7, 2017
YOUR DONATIONS AT
The first event was held on the 28th of October. FHSTJ supported a spay and neuter event organized by volunteers of Por Amor a Tobby which was held in the very poor neighborhood of Divina Providencia. FHSTJ provided 1000 lbs. of pet food for the 80 rescuers and individuals who brought animals and also paid the additional vet costs for those animals which the organization did not have funds. Two dogs near the event were found in the street, starving and ill. FHSTJ immediately provided certificates to rescuers to take them for veterinary care. Rescuers will continue receiving support throughout their rehabilitation. The photo history of one of the rescues follows.
The second event was held on 29 Oct 17 in the neighborhood Viente de Noviembre in Tijuana. It was organized by volunteers
of Fundación Pet Friends of Bastet Cat
Sponsored in major part by Friends of HSTJ
Total Animals Attended to: 132
Friends of HSTJ surgery = 88
[28 female dogs; 18 male dogs; 33 female cats; 9 male cats]
Several rescuers in addition to the general public attended. The input from those bringing animals was very positive. The residents expressed their gratitude. It had been some time since there was a mass sterilization clinic conducted in that area of
There were also requests from neighborhood leaders in other needy areas of the
city. More clinics are being planned for 2018 which will support these
volunteers as well as three other volunteer rescue groups who need FHSTJ
support to function at this level. Tijuana