Helping Pets in Japan – An Ongoing Effort

Following the Japan earthquake and tsunami in 2011,World Vets responded immediately to aid the animals that were affected. During our response, we worked in collaboration with Japanese animal welfare organizations as well as veterinary professionals.  In addition, World Vets has donated over $125,000 worth of veterinary equipment, supplies and pet products to aid in the recovery efforts.

Since the disaster, World Vets has remained committed to the well being of animals in Japan. This week we held a free spay/neuter clinic in Sendai, Japan In collaboration with Fukurobara Veterinary Clinic. This clinic treated and addressed the feral cat population that has grown exponentially in some areas of Japan.

We appreciate our donors who help make this ongoing work possible. With your support, we are able to reach many animals that otherwise would never receive treatment.