Friday, July 3, 2015

June 2015 Report

June was full of activity. We held a mini* sterilization clinic inside the HSTJ Center facilities.


In addition to that, we want to extend a special thank you to Dr. Traversi from the Sunset Cliffs Animal Hospital located in the U.S.
Their assistance with seven free sterilizations of rescued animals. This is extremely valuable to us, and a huge step towards placing rescued animals in permanent homes.


 Mini Sterilization Clinic - June 2015
10 female dogs
7  male dogs
5  female cats
1 male cat
TOTAL: 23 animals, spayed/neutered





























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HSTJ Center - June 2015
This kitty was rescued and in rehab, when the vet discovered
a severe UTI infection and obstruction.
His bladder was expressed and he is currently being treated.
10 female dogs - spayed
4  female cats - spayed
4  male dogs - neutered
2  male cats - neutered
TOTAL: 20

There were also several cases of rescued animals that received treatment at the HSTJ Center.
Some of these cases were:

-MALE CAT, UTI OBSTRUCTION REMOVAL
-MALE DOG, TUMOR REMOVAL AND CHEMO
-MALE DOG, ABDOMINAL HERNIA CORRECTED
-FEMALE DOG, TREATED FOR A BLOOD DISORDER
-MALE CAT, SEVERE SKIN INFECTION, TREATED ON REPEAT VISITS
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HSTJ Itchy-Scratchy Clinics - June 2015
The total animals treated at our street clinics during the month of June were 346 cats and dogs.
THE CLINICS WERE HELD IN:
DIF (Family Community Center) at Granjas Familiares
Colonia Rial de San Francisco
Colonia Valle Verde
Colonia El Pipila