We met Abbey and her brother Ben when we held a spay and neuter clinic in mid December, 2013. We approached a poor family who live at the gate of the coffee farm we visit to see if they wanted so spay their female dogs. They did, and brought us two tiny, very sick puppies as well. We operated the puppies, and kept them for ten days to ensure that they were stronger and get them dewormed, etc. Two days after returning them, Abbey’s brother Ben became paralysed. We brought both pups back and kept them this time. Ben eventually recovered, and he and Abbey grew strong and healthy. Abbey was adopted in April by a lovely Bay area family and  lives with her very own little girl and a German Shepherd mix sister, too.

We are a small organization dedicated to helping dogs and cats in Antigua. We sterilize, rehabilite and find homes, and work with other rescue groups.