"My Town" Reserved Donations for Off-Site Blitzes

As a registered non-profit organization, Spay Panama relies much on the donations of good-hearted people like you.  Our goal is to reach as many companion animals throughout Panama as possible.  Everyday, we receive several requests from concerned animal lovers to please come to, "My Town."   This is a special list for those people who would like to reserve a donation for an off-site blitz for a special town.  It's easy, just click, and donate, and your donation will be reserved for a future blitz.



"Mariato"


"El Valle de Anton"



"Bocas del Toro"


"Spay/Panama- Pedasi"


"Spay/Panama- Azuero"
Volunteers Needed
Spay Panama's Animals Yes, USA and Spay Panama offer vet students the opportunity for hands-on experience and veterinarians to come share their knowledge while enjoying another culture and making a difference for the less fortunate dogs and cats in Panama.

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Spay Panama's
Animals Yes, USA
TAX ID#  20-8764359
Please help and make your tax-deductible gift to SPAYES to support our animal education, welfare and sterilization campaigns.  Thank you for caring about Panama's animals! 

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Spay Panama's Animals Yes, USA is an all volunteer, non-profit, 501(c)3 organization.  TAX ID:  20-8764359
Every month the Spay Panama Clinic in Panama City, Panama has Sterilization Operations every Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays




Spay Panama Sterilization Statistics as January  2022: 
Over 267,000 
Dogs and Cats 
Spay Panama-Volcan
Volcan Chapter of Spay Panama
 
Here in the highlands of Panamá, in March of 2006 Dorothy Atwater and a few helpful volunteers began a mission to end the suffering of dogs and cats - often homeless, starving, and diseased - and to help educate people that their pets have feelings and need love, proper food, shelter, and water. We primarily provide low-cost spaying and neutering to the less advantaged Panamanians. We ask $25 per dog and $15 per cat (which is my actual cost) but no one is turned away for inability to pay.  For more information, articles, and pictures on the Chiriqui Chapter Spay/Neuter Campaign, please visit, www.spaypanama-chiriqui.org.
 
Dorothy Atwater and Dr.Tello during a Sterilization Blitz.
Spay Panama Clinic Protocal Guidelines, Clinic Hours, Location, Information Page, click here.
In Memorial and Tribute to.........
"and when I'm gone, don't worry about me, I've got places to go and people to see......"
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Spay Panama-Azuero
Central Provinces Chapter of Spay Panama
 
In April 2014, a group of animal lovers began a mission to end the suffering of dogs and cats - often homeless, starving, and diseased - and to help educate people that their pets have feelings and need love, proper food, shelter, and water. We primarily provide low-cost spaying and neutering to the less advantaged Panamanians. We ask $25 per dog and $12 per cat but no one is turned away for inability to pay.  For more information, articles, and pictures on the Azuero Chapter Spay/Neuter Campaign, please visit our Azuero Facebook Page 
If you would like to make a monetary donation 
specifically for Spay Panama-Azuero, please click here.
Make a Difference........

2022 Calendar

With this calendar we wish to start a cycle of love and hope for the welfare of all animals.  We are always positive and joyful of being able to count on the support of kind-hearted people who are willing to help those who have no voice.  Along the way we cross different types of situations that put us to the test, however, "Together We Can Make A Difference!"
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Spay Panama has broken a record with over 40,428 companion animals sterilized this 2021. This is 60% more than in the previous year of 2020, which is a record in the middle of a year of the pandemic, said Pat Chan, director of Spay
Panama. Of the total, 27,830 were cats and 12,570 were dogs, and 28 rabbits were also operated on, significant figures because more and more people understand that this intervention improves the health of their animals, the chances of adoption and the quality of life for all. Chan considered that this mission highlights rescuers, volunteers and donors who fight for a fairer society to include those on the streets, and caregivers who, in the midst of uncertainty, invest in giving their pets a better life.  In 2020, despite the strict quarantine, 25,198 sterilizations were performed, 11% less than 2019 when 28,331 were performed, while in 2018, 26,613 surgeries were performed. “More than numbers, they are human beings who will have the animals they can keep and reduce the procreation of dogs and cats in the misery of abandonment, exposed to hunger, disease and the worst virus that is human evil,” Chan expressed.

In October of 2021, the Spay Panama Foundation celebrated 20 years of uninterrupted humanitarian care in which it sterilized a grand total of 267,000 companion animals, a milestone in veterinary medicine, not only in Panama, but in the entire region.​