A special visit to the dog park (Español abajo)

Without a doubt one of the most gratifying things from my work is to know that by sharing our work, knowledge and skills we help more animals. Recently we were contacted by the Director of the Municipal Animal Welfare Center (CEBIAM) in Playa de Carmen, Mexico, because they wanted to do an adoption event as an extra effort to find loving homes for the dogs they have at their facilities.

Due to our experience organizing and advising local groups and independent rescuers on adoption events, CEBIAM requested our support to organize their first Adoption Fair in a very special location, the Municipal Dog Park.

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This is just a simple example of how positive the outcome can be when you join efforts. I congratulate all CEBIAM’s team for doing this extra effort for these dogs.

And the great news is that at the end of the event 10 adoption forms were filled!

RELATED: Slowly but surely, animal welfare is gaining ground in Playa del Carmen

--JDLT

Visit our project page to learn more about how IFAW helps dogs and cats.

 

Una visita especial en el Parque para Perros

Sin lugar a dudas una de las cosas más gratificantes de mi trabajo es saber que cuando compartimos nuestro trabajo, conocimientos y habilidades ayudamos a más animales. Recientemente nos contactó la Directora del Centro de Bienestar Animal municipal (CEBIAM), porque quería organizar un evento de adopción de los perros que tienen en sus instalaciones.

Debido a nuestra experiencia asesorando a organizaciones locales y rescatistas independientes en la organización de eventos de adopción, el CEBIAM solicitó nuestro apoyo para organizar su primera feria de adopción en una locación muy especial, el parque exclusivo para perros del municipio.

RELACIONADO: Spotlight Mexico: The dog and cat adoption Super Bowl

Este es sólo un simple ejemplo de cómo cuando se unen esfuerzos el resultado siempre puede ser positivo. Felicito a todo el personal del CEBIAM por hacer este esfuerzo extra por estos perros.

Y la buena noticia es que al final del evento se llenaron 10 formatos de adopción.

RELACIONADO: Slowly but surely, animal welfare is gaining ground in Playa del Carmen

--JDLT

Visite nuestra página del proyecto para aprender IFAW ayuda a los perros y gatos.

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