Animals Helped And Their Stories
February 21, 2017
Since the December 2016 clinic San Pancho Animales (SPA) has been part of approximately 30 rescues, adoptions and emergency interventions for abandoned and starving animals. SPA helps to provide full medical attention, including vaccinations, health certificates, and even the cost of transportation in really needy situations.
Below are a few of the animals helped and their stories:
Found abandoned on the river and adopted by friends from Portland, Oregon.
Found starving in San Pancho and unable to forage in the trash for food because of his non-aggressive personality. A Northamerican couple left money to begin his recovery and, when he was strong enough, welcomed him to their family in Sacramento, CA. He has recovered all his weight and loves riding in the convertible.
Found dumped on the jungle road with her brother. Scout now lives in Seattle, WA on a horse farm and goes trail riding every day with her new owner.
Found by Dr. Julio wandering the streets of San Pancho alone, Stewie is happily being fostered in Sayulita until he finds a forever home.
Found in a box shoved under a bush in La Penita after she had been hit by a car and left to die. After undergoing spinal surgery to repair her broken back, Esmie receives therapy from Dr. Ana and is living with Karen and Peter Razza in San Pancho. Esmie is now walking on three legs and should regain full use of all her legs . . . and has found her forever home with Peter and Karen.
Found starving by San Pancho Hospital. Probably mistreated by humans, Omri was very frightened and hard to capture. Omri is on his way to his forever home in Seattle, WA.
Stuffed in a cooler and left to suffocate at the end of a dirt road in Lo De Marcos. They were adopted together by a couple in Rhode Island.
Found lost and roaming the streets of Tepic, Nayarit in heavy traffic by a woman in San Pancho. Jack now lives in Boston, MA.
Abandoned by her owner when the family moved to another town. When we posted her photo, she was immediately adopted by a family in Rhode Island whose 6-year-old son fell in love with her.
Only two months old, found on the highway lost and alone. She is headed for her forever home in Rhode Island.
Pictured with her best friend, Petie. Lua’s mother was brought to the spay clinic in La Cruz, but there was no suitable home available for her puppy, Lua. A foster mother was found for Lua here in San Pancho, but the foster-family has now decided they cannot part with her. She has found her forever home.
Found with his sister, Saylor, abandoned and freezing in a box with a rock on top of it. As soon as Taco is a little stronger, he’ll be ready to fly to his forever home in Little Compton, Rhode Island.
Found with a fractured leg, starving and abandoned in La Mesilla, a small village along the highway an hour and a half north of San Pancho. A Canadian woman effected her rescue and donated the monies for all her medical needs, certificates, and expensive transport to New Hampshire, where Lucy has gained eight pounds and is now in her forever home.