It’s time again for another collection of items to support the AnimalsFiji.org clinics in Nadi and Savusavu, Fiji. (Read our previous article on Animals Fiji.)
This past summer the residents of SCSH opened their hearts and donated hundreds of used or recently expired pet medicines, dog and cat collars, leashes, water bowls and countless toys for the neglected animals of the Fiji Islands.
One of our residents, John Phelps, is planning another trip in early January and this time they will be sponsoring a spay and neuter clinic encompassing four large villages in and around the town of Savusavu.
As many of you who donated last time know, the Fiji government has budgeted zero dollars for any kind for animal welfare services. AnimalsFiji has been filling that gap since 2011, by providing much needed veterinary care for domestic and farm animals on the three largest and most heavily populated islands in the small Pacific Island chain.
We are in desperate need of used towels, bed linens and throws to comfort dogs and cats recovering after they have been spayed and neutered. As before, John is available to stop by and pick up your donations anytime this month or next. Or, if you prefer, Sun City Shadow Hills residents can just drop them outside John’s front door. His address is 38537 Camino Aguacero in Phase Three.
If you would like, please provide your email information with your tax-deductible donation as AnimalsFiji.org would like to thank you for your donation. Finally, please take a look at their website for details on this terrific charity!