CARA Clinic: Contact Us
CARA was formed in the year 2000 by a dedicated group of animal lovers determined to help the plight of animals in the Philippines. We are a non-profit, non-government organization that receives no government funding; we rely solely on private donations.
Mission and Vision
- Reduce pet overpopulation through our low cost spay/neuter clinic
- To promote Trap/Neuter/Return
- Provide veterinary consultations for low income pet owners/li>
- Educate citizens, organizations & barangays about animal welfare and the rights of animals
- Promote compassion for animals and responsible pet ownership
- Prevent cruelty and abuse to animals
- Provide caring and responsible homes for our members rescues through our adoption program
The New CARA Clinic
Thanks to a very generous benefactor, CARA opened its doors to their new premises in January 2015. The clinic is situated at Mandaluyong in Metro Manila – Location
CARA’s goal is to make spay & neuter, as well as basic services, affordable to everyone from all walks in life.
In making the spay & neuter procedures within people’s budgets, it will help towards curbing the over population, while preventing endless cruelty to unwanted offspring. It also stops the anti-social behavior that is associated with an unfixed animal. Our long term goal is to eventually own offer mobile spay & neuter services, to enable us to reach residents who are unable to afford the transport costs to travel to the clinic.
Please note: CARA does not run an animal shelter. All CARA rescue cats are kept in houses of our members who rescue them. Exceptional cases are housed at the clinic awaiting adoption.
If you would like more information on the benefits of spaying and neutering, please read Why Spay & Neuter your furry friend will thank you.
The work we do at the CARA clinic would not be possible without the dedication of our staff and vet Dr. Candice, who generously offer their time and services to help CARA achieve its mission: making spay/neuter the most effective and humane way to control the population of the the street animals. With their help, we are also able to make spay/neuter available and affordable to lower income communities.