Some of us love animals, some are scared of them and a lot of us are just indifferent.  Regardless of how we feel about them, we all agree that their population is rapidly increasing. We see them everywhere.  Streets, back alleys, hiking trails, parking garage of every building, constructions sites, or abandoned ruins are filled with these innocent creatures. We often witness or hear how some, due to lack of compassion, knowledge, or just simply out of boredom, hurt these animals.  Some die in a corner just because of hunger or fatigue.

Animal shelters are overcrowded with unwanted animals that have nowhere to go! It is our responsibility as an owner to neuter/spay our dogs and cats. It will not only control their breeding, but also will help them stay healthy, happy and content. It will reduce the risk of shelters putting them to sleep, or the City kill them in masses!

Photo by Pourya Kamali

As you’re reading this text, there are many dogs and cats who struggle to give birth to their litter, with no bright future in the horizon.

February 27th is World Spay Day! Vafa will cooperate with all organizations and associations who provide such service.  You may also volunteer, sponsor, raise money or make donations to this cause. Spaying and neutering save lives.

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