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    SALVADORES DE ANIMALES in conjunction with the Municipal of Alto Boquete Will be celebrating the 20th year anniversary of Alto Boquete This Saturday at the Brisas Basketball court Alto Boquete, Behind the San Francsico de Asis Church, diagonal from Supercentro Ivan (on the right hand side leaving Boquete) Events Starting at: 9:00-12:00 Free wellness clinic including veterinary examination, vaccines and parasite treatment 12:00 Perros al Paso Dog Drill Team showing a wonderful new advanced obedience/freestyle demonstration Free digital me
  2. ***Urgent Help Needed*** These three small kittens were found alone and abandoned on the streets of David. They are seriously malnourished and dehydrated. We have taken them to the vet for fluids and they are now receiving special formula and food to help them recover. We are having to continue fluids and we are hoping there is no permanent damage. If you can donate anything to help with the care of these kittens anything would be so appreciated. Please come by our booth at the Tuesday Market or donate online through our PayPal donate button at www.saldea.org/donate Please share and
  3. There are several horses located in Boca Chica that are suffering from neglect. What we know is that these horses are owned by someone living out of the country who left their care with a local. That local is suffering from dementia and has severely neglected the horses and the owner is not to be found. Supposedly, the horses are from prized bloodlines. We have minimal information on this so please correct this post if you know more about this. A local named Stefania, stefynet@yahoo.com, is trying to help. If you know the owner or are interested in helping or adopting one or more of
  4. At least eighteen people have been reported missing after two launches were swamped and adrift yesterday between Cayo Zapatilla and Isla Colon in Bocas del Toro. It's believed that many of the tourists aboard were Costa Ricans. SINAPROC, SENAN, Policia Nacional, and private parties are continuing the search this morning for the passengers and two launches named "Lady" and "Lined 19". We can only hope they'll all be found safe on some little cay out there. *** ....about an hour later The boats have now been sighted from the air and coordinates given to f
  5. The cat feeding, trapping and release program was originally set up by Joan James who was a long time resident of Boquete. Upon her departure, Kirsten and Ray Quimby agreed to take over this valuable and necessary program for the community. Essentially the goal is to identify feral cats, provide them with food, trap them and have them sterilized and released back into the wild to prevent further breeding. Currently there are eight feeding stations in the Boquete area which feed more than 100 cats per month. In the past six months (as of November 2016) 36 cats have been trapped
  6. The emergency and natural disaster agency SINAPROC has announced the closure of Volcan Baru due to inclement weather caused by a major cold front. They have sent rescue teams to assist those people who may be on the volcano at this time.
  7. Oct 29, 2016 - This little guy, was rescued by someone in David. He was taken to St. Francis animal hospital and was being treated for a very bad case of mange. Pepe's rescuer then took him to a foster home, which turned out not to be ideal. ARF got involved and found a new foster home for him. Nov 2, 2016 - Updated picture of Pepe (now being called Marley) in foster care. The cone is to keep him from scratching under his chin, where he has some pretty bad open sores, and the socks are to lessen the effect of him scratching his body elsewhere. Nov 9, 2016 - Marley has gained 2 pounds
  8. Wendy We happened to follow up on a call to visit a finca near Isla Verde one hour after this pretty girl had given birth to her pups. She is now ready for adoption as all her pups are on their healthy way. Wendy is about two years old and gets along well with other dogs and loves to play. She is a bit on the quiet side – doesn’t bark much. She is on the smaller-medium size, and weighs about 40 lbs. Meet Bobby. He is about 6 months old and a handsome little guy. He is a very sweet and social dog. Bobby was rescued, along with his mom and 5 siblings from the Palo Alto
  9. Alex was hit by a car on September 29th and wandered over to a nearby house. These people have generously offered to look after him. ARF took him to the vet to have his leg examined, and thankfully it was not broken, but a very bad sprain that will take some time to heal. He was given painkillers, a vitamin shot, de-wormer and anti-biotics as he also has a urinary tract infection. Alex was the most cooperative patient I have ever seen! Not even a flinch when he was given his shots and even though this guy must have been feeling miserable and in quite a bit of pain, he still had a very lov
  10. Four people rescued in local mountains. Click here for the story:http://www.newsroompanama.com/news/panama/missing-canadians-found-mountains?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+newsroompanama+%28Newsroom+Panama%29
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