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New weekly spay and neuter project - but we need your help!

We've got some exciting news to share with you from Lucas Helps Dogs HQ. In March we started a new spay/neuter and vaccination project in Hikkaduwa offering monthly surgeries and vaccinations to dogs and cats belonging to low-income families and community animals.

As word spread about our project, the waiting list for surgeries grew at a rapid pace. By the end of June, we had over 80 animals on our waiting list.

To tackle the ever-increasing waiting list, we decided to speed things up. Throughout July and August, we're running our very own small-scale spay/neuter clinic every Sunday. On our first day (9 July) 24 animals were spayed, neutered, and vaccinated.

By spaying or neutering 24 animals, we can prevent tens of thousands of kittens and puppies from being born into a life of misery on the streets (where most are usually killed in the first months of their lives’).

We're committed to continuing this project in the future. By regularly conducting these clinics in one area, we can significantly reduce the population of stray animals.

But we can't do it alone—we need your support.

For £20 we can spay/neuter and vaccinate one animal. It's the equivalent of skipping a Starbucks latte a week. Will you consider becoming a monthly sponsor? With a donation of just £20 a month, you can help 12 dogs and cats every year.

Trust us when we say it makes a world of difference. Did you know that a single cat can have up to 180 kittens in their lifetime? Now, multiply that by 12, and you've prevented a staggering 2,160 kittens from being born. Can you imagine being the hero who saves over 2,000 animals from a life of misery?

And there's more! We're also seeking to hire our first employee - a compassionate lady who has dedicated her life to helping dogs and cats in Sri Lanka. She's been doing it all for free, but now we want to reward her for her hard work and expand her role. Can you help us make this happen by becoming her sponsor?

Visit our website,, and be part of the paws-itive change today. Your contribution can transform countless lives.

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