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Saturday, 4 May 2013

Our Record Clinic - Cardenas April 6, 2013

It was the busiest day so far in a history of our one-day spay/neuter campaigns. Since early in the morning, the IMV (Institute of Veterinary Medicine) Clinic in Cardenas was packed with people and their animals waiting to be checked in for the surgery. Not all animals were in a condition to be operated and their owners were advised how to care for them, so they could be fixed next time. In total, over 90 animals were taken care of, including 30 cats. Dr. Hanoi Dominguez broke his own record by operating on 35 animals.
With the demand for the free spay/neuter clinic growing rapidly, we will have to start planning two-day clinics.

First patients arriving

The waiting room gets crowded
Pre-surgery examiantion

Dailys comes all the way from Havana to help us with keeping records

Recovery room
Thank you all our amazing volunteers: doctors, veterinary technicians, and other volunteers who prepared the location for the surgeries, helped with the animals, and wrapped up everything, once the day was over. This day was your success!

"In every community, there is work to be done. In every nation, there are wounds to heal. In every heart, there is the power to do it" - M. Williamson

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