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How FHSTJ works
The greater Tijuana area of 3 million people and thousands of abandoned street animals needs more individuals doing rescues and organizing neighborhood spay clinics. It is more efficient than running a shelter which could only keep a few animals at a time. FHSTJ’s priority is to keep these grassroots groups viable and give them direct support. By supporting rescuers as well as neighborhood groups, many animals are cared for and more mass spay and neuter clinics take place in areas most in need. This is accomplished by giving financial support to rescuers and groups which could not function without the generosity of FHSTJ donors.
In summary, FHSTJ supports street rescues, mass spay and neuter clinics, pet owners with extremely limited resources needing veterinary care for their animals as well as public education programs, adoption programs for rescuers, and a pet food distribution program for animals in need. For more information about FHSTJ’s work and to see the animals that we are helping, CLICK HERE. You can also obtain information about planned events by CLICKING HERE. If you would like to save an animal from starvation, disease, pain and fear, click on the Donation page to select the way in which you would like to help. Thank you for taking the time to read about our work.
Organizations we support
FHSTJ currently supports four grassroots organizations doing rescues, spay and neuter, adoptions, animal health street events, and public education.
These groups could not serve a large numbers of animals without FHSTJ support. The animals they help come from the poorest neighborhoods in the Tijuana area. The majority of volunteers in these organizations live very modestly and yet they share their limited resources with the animals in need. Please consider making a donation. They rely on FHSTJ in order to flourish. Remember, your donations are tax deductible.