Since 2017 Corozal Animal Program (CAP) has been working to improve the lives of dogs and cats in the Corozal district. Through yearly spay and neuter clinics, an ongoing spay and neuter program plus youth education classes we are improving the safety and wellbeing of the animals of Corozal. We are very fortunate that our program is supported by three Corozal veterinarians.

Upcoming Event

Join us for BINGO at the Tortuga Grill
More info: Corozal Animal Program

Upcoming Event

Location: San Joaquin Community Center
More info: Corozal Animal Program

This is what we have accomplished so far

  • 734 animals have been fixed since we started in 2017
  • 186 animals have been rehomed

2021

  • 161 animals fixed with local vets
  • 35 animals rehomed

2020

  • 70 animals fixed with local vets
  • 122 animals fixed at spay and neuter clinic
  • 24 animals rehomed

2019

  • 57 animals fixed with local vets
  • 97 animals fixed at spay and neuter clinic
  • 57 animals rehomed

2018

  • 73 fixed with local vets
  • 80 animals fixed at spay and neuter clinic
  • 51 animals rehomed

2017

  • 71 animals fixed with local vets
  • No clinic
  • 18 animals rehomed

 

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