Since AARF's inception in 2000, there have been significantly less stray dogs seen roaming on Anguilla. AARF attributes this to spay/neuter, increased education, and humane surrender.
By finding homes for unwanted animals both on Anguilla and abroad, AARF is proud to have rescued and connected hundreds of dogs and cats with their new owners.
Since 2003, AARF has covered the costs of US$247,000 in spay/neuter surgeries on Anguilla. It is only through consistent spay/neuter campaigns that the number of animals surrendered to the shelter yearly in Anguilla will decrease.
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