Our inaugural Run for Galapagos kicked off last weekend and we’ve got people running all over the world this week! Terasa Van Coppenolle did her “run” on rollerblades, blading 6 miles like a pro in Florida. Jane Taylor ran a 10K in the United Kingdom. Sandy Baily and her team, the “Sole Sisters,” ran in […]
Hola! We have just returned from the gorgeous island of Santa Cruz in Galapagos, Ecuador. You may not know it, but we have a long history of working in Galapagos, holding our first campaign there in 2004. Our most recent campaign, funded through the generosity of Alley Cat Allies, was amazing in so many ways. […]
Tru Catch Traps has offered to provide cat traps and cat transfer cages for HALF PRICE!! for our campaign in American Samoa (happening later this fall.) Why are we so excited about cat traps??? Well, we can’t run a humane Trap Neuter Release campaign if we don’t have humane traps! Traps are heavy, expensive, and […]
Summer is here and things at Animal Balance are really starting to heat up! Alright, forgive the cheesy pun, but take a look at what we’ve got cooking. We’re ready to kick off a fundraising drive to help us get back to the Galapagos and carry on the great work we’ve been doing there since […]
AB, with kind support from the Galapagos Conservancy, has quietly and diligently been sterilizing the dogs and cats on the Galapagos Islands for the last decade in order to protect ALL species. It worked. Please follow the link below to read our blog ‘Balancing Native and Non-Native Species’ that was published today by the Galapagos […]
This project is a massive effort to help protect the most precious archipelago on the planet, without harming any being, Please join me in thanking the Galapagos Conservancy and The Maltz Family Foundation for so kindly and generously providing funding for the Galapagos Islands MASH program. Together we donated 40 large collapsible dog crates and […]
Final day and we fixed 17 dogs and 28 cats. That makes a grand total of 107 dogs and 173 cats fixed during this campaign. A big thanks to all of our volunteers, AGB and the Galapagos Conservancy.
Another good day yesterday where we carried out 61 surgeries, 60% of which were cats. Here’s some more pics.
Day 2 on the Galapagos Islands with our partners Agencia de Regulación y Control de la Bioseguridad para Galápagos “ABG” and our fantastic group of volunteers were able to sterilize another 57 animals.