After almost being derailed by local vets, the mass spay and neuter project known as Operation Potcake was a huge success. 1,220 animals were fixed in just five days.
This year’s mass spay and neuter project, Operation Potcake, is set for February 4-6 in communities around New Providence.
The Bahamas Humane Society’s first event of 2014 is the B Humane Banner Launch Campaign Launch Party – Saturday, January 18th, 2014 at Government House.
After a meeting between local organisers and the Veterinary Medical Association of the Bahamas it was announced that Operation Potcake will move forward as planned… and with even more foreign vets.
This country’s animal lovers are very angry. For years, they have watched helplessly as thousands of stray animals suffered, starved…
International organisation Animal Balance has warned that the country’s stray dog and cat problem will never be resolved if the government listens to local veterinarians.
The Internet exploded with anger following the Tribune’s story about the cancellation of Operation Potcake after ojections from the local veterinary association.
Due to shocking opposition from the Veterinary Medical Association of The Bahamas (VMAB), Operation Potcake has been cancelled.
Almost 100 people and their dogs took part in Baark’s fourth annual ‘Strut Your Mutt Walk-A-Thon’.