Welcome to Animal Aid International!
We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization raising funds and awareness for global animal rescue efforts. We focus on helping
grass-roots, volunteer-based nonprofit animal rescues in countries with minimal animal welfare infrastructure where the
need is the greatest and our impact can be most significant. Animal Aid International works to fund the veterinary care of
animals in need in the countries of Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia, St. Vincent, and Tanzania. Please make a tax-deductible
Animal Aid International is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt charity!!!
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We are thrilled to keep going with a new homelessness prevention campaign, the
Snip-N-Chip! In Bulgaria there are many thousands of homeless dogs. In
addition, there are many dogs that are cared for by low income individuals. Those
pups typically get fed and have some shelter. Mostly, the pups live in a yard and
have none of the luxuries we associate with household pets. If one of these pups
gets loose even for a short while, they can easily end up pregnant or
impregnating a homeless female. The resulting litters prove to be too big of a
burden for the already struggling owners and end up being thrown out on the
AAI wants to promote responsible pet ownership and prevent homelessness. This
campaign aims to help pups whose owners can't afford vet services by getting the
doggies sterilized and microchipped. These two key services will attack
homelessness two ways: by preventing new homeless litters as well as by
keeping the pups from becoming homeless in case they get lost. Our Bulgarian
rescue partners are conducting screenings of potential candidates for this
campaign and, as always, will be extra prudent in approving only qualifying
Please consider joining us in this exciting new campaign! Our goal will be to raise
the funds for 5 female dogs per campaign iteration. When the first set of Snip-N-
Chips is funded, we will begin work on the next group. Male dog neuters are less
expensive so in the cases we end up having males come through our program,
we will simply carry over the remaining funds to the next group of 5 animals.
Let's get those pups snipped and chipped and prevent many, many homeless
babies! A female dog can have 10 pups per litter, up to 20 pups per year! Your
support of our campaign will prevent so, so much suffering! We have already
raised the funds for 35 dogs, let's get 5 more snipped and chipped!
Click here to donate to the Snip-N-Chip!
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