Tag Archives: cats and dogs

Philippine Pet Birth Control Center Foundation

Did you know that an intact (un-spayed) female kitten can get pregnant up to three times per year? Each pregnancy could produce a litter of two to eight kitties. This means that just one female cat can produce between six and 24 kittens in a single year. Most of these kittens will be dumped or killed. Those who survive in the streets will reproduce when they hit puberty (at 5 or 6 months old)  and the cycle begins anew. 

The solution to this problem is for responsible pet owners to spay or neuter their cats. And to curb population growth in your area, do a TNR project: Trap, Neuter, Return. With your donation, you can help the Philippine Pet Birth Control Center Foundation do just that. Please click on the link below and help. 

https://www.youcaring.com/philippinepetbirthcontrolcenterfoundation-802773

Please check out their FB page for more details about their program.

Every bit counts! Let’s do this!  🙂 

Thank you! 

#kaponangsolution #spayandneuter

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Aso’t Pusa

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I’m going to have an exhibit! 🙂 I’m re-posting the announcement from Beterinaryo sa Fort. Hope you can drop by and check out my works!

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Beterinaryo sa Fort Animal Clinic brings to you watercolor paintings of cats and dogs by artist Steph Palallos (http://stephpalallos.com/) right here at the BSF facility. All her works are for sale with a portion of the sales to be donated to our favorite animal welfare charities, CARA and PAWS.

The ASO’T PUSA exhibit opens on Friday, 27 September 2013 at 6PM with cocktails. This event will also introduce BSF’s new floor as we seek to provide better services to you and your fur kids in our improved facility.

The ASO’T PUSA exhibit will run through 31 October 2013. Please drop by the clinic to see Steph’s beautiful work and maybe take one home with you.

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