Animal Rescue & Clinic
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WHO WE ARE & WHAT WE DO
Salty Paws is a non-profit animal rescue & clinic based on the beautiful paradise island of Union Island in St.Vincent & the Grenadines, South of the Caribbean.
We are on a small isolated island, with a population of less than 3000 people and lots of stray cats & dogs. As we have no veterinarians on island, it makes it very difficult to care for the animals and to control the unwanted overpopulation of them.
We currently run an animal rescue for the less fortunate animals that are abandoned and left to fend for themselves.
Often found in a terrible state, mostly near death or very ill, we pick them up and offer them a safe place to shelter, with food and lots of love. Once recovered, we spay and neuter them.
Our clinic is used for monthly spay & neuter clinics, carried out by qualified vets, so that we can fight the overpopulation of cats & dogs and ensure they have a happier and healthier future.
We are run entirely by donations, made possible by the incredible donors that donate to our organisation as well as the amazing volunteers that help us.
Susie is our live-in caretaker and is fabulous with our in-house animals, while they wait on finding their forever homes.
Thanks to you guys, we are able to help our furry friends on Union Island and couldn't thank you enough from the bottom of our hearts.
our Dog of the month
He's the boss of the rescue & has lots of friends. He stands proud whenever you see him. Always with a happy face & ready to play.
our Cat of the month
He is the comforter at the rescue and clinic. Whenever a new, sick animal arrives, he sits by their side and gives good vibes.
He is a very loving cat with a very calm personality.
a Cat or Dog for $50 !
To help fight cat & dog overpopulation,
you can pay $50 towards spaying or neutering an animal !
OUR FREE SPAY & NEUTER CLINICS
We try to do a monthly Free Spay & Neuter Clinic so persons on the island can bring in their pet cats & dogs, so that we can reduce the population of unwanted animals.
Strays are picked up during clinics, so that they don't overbreed and are guaranteed a much healthier future .
The more donations we get, the more free spay & neuter clinics we can offer.
You can help us help them by donating or volunteering.