A Note From The AnimalCare Exco


In our eighth year of existence, we are heartened to see that we have helped to build a large community of caregivers of street animals who do neutering work, which in turn has increased the public’s appreciation and acceptance of neutering.

Even so, we believe it is timely for AnimalCare Neutering Fund to tighten our policy and deploy our limited funds more efficiently to those who need it most, i.e. new caregivers who are starting out and who are constrained by the lack of funds, experience and support because they are working in isolation.

While we are by no means suggesting that experienced caregivers need less funds, we believe that they are in a stronger position to seek alternative sources of funding. Consequently, we would like to encourage them to move on so that we have a larger pool of funds to benefit caregivers with little or no experience.

Indeed, it is our earnest hope that those we help will some day donate to AnimalCare to help others do neutering work. With more people involved in neutering work, the burden can be shared by many instead of being borne by just a few.

Finally, we would like to take the opportunity to stress that AnimalCare is a charity founded on life-affirming principles. As such, applicants who share our values will be given priority in the assessment and approval process.

To clarify, we do not endorse the putting down of sick or infant animals without giving the animals treatment or care, nor do we encourage rescuers who focus on just getting an animal neutered and released but then fail to follow up with the necessary medical treatment or care.

CNRM starts with “Care” and ends with “Manage”.

All creatures – be they young, weakly, sick or elderly – are precious and deserve to be cared for as best as possible, so our larger objective is to promote and grow a community that not only rescues and neuters street animals, but is committed to their long-term care and wellbeing.

Thank you for your interest and understanding in helping us achieve this.

Source: https://myanimalcare.org/2017/07/24/a-note-from-the-animalca..




AnimalCare is a registered society that promotes caregiving to street animals and helps in their neutering and medical needs. AnimalCare has a Medical Fund, Food Fund and Education Fund.

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