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The Bahamas Humane Society (BHS) has been a pillar in the Bahamian community leading the way for the care and treatment of animals that have faced abandonment or have had the misfortune of being mistreated.
This month has seen a tremendous influx of animals, specifically dogs and puppies as well as cats and kittens.
BHS has, as always, opened its doors for these animals to be loved and cared for. Currently, the society has more than sixty puppies and forty dogs which can be adopted.
These figures have pushed the center to its limits and it has put out a call for help either by adoption or fostering any of the animals that call the BHS home at the moment.
All potential adopters have to do is fill out the adoption form, be interviewed by adoption coordinators and pass the yard inspection for dogs or puppies (a fenced in yard is preferred) and it's done.
All puppies and kittens have been given their first vaccinations and the spay or neutering procedure is covered in the adoption fee which is $40 dollars.The Bahamas Humane Society lives and breathes the motto "Save a life and adopt a pet"For more information contact the Bahamas Humane Society at 242.323.5138 and log on to their website: http://www.bahamashumanesociety.com/
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Operation Potcake is here again with nearly 100 volunteers giving their time for the cause. This round will see two five-day clinics where "unowned and loosely owned" cats and dogs will receive medical attention in MASH clinics (Mobile Animal Sterilization Hospital) around New Providence. At these clinics, the animals will be treated for internal and external parasites, and receive much needed vaccinations against disease.