Animal Rescue
GIVING BACK

We believe all animals deserve a home and loving care. This is why a portion of our proceeds is donated to Santuario Animal del Desierto A.C. (SANAD). This non- profit runs several no kill animal sanctuaries in Mexico. Their mission is to provide food, shelter and veterinary care for cats and dogs suffering from abandonment, illnesses, or those who have been victims of animal cruelty. With the help of staff and volunteers many of the animal residents at the sanctuary are adopted into caring families. In order to create a positive impact in the community they offer educational seminars for children and adults which help spread the word about proper animal care and the importance of spaying and neutering.

SANAD also runs a program designed to rescue, rehabilitate and maintain the desert tortoise (Gopherus agassizii) which is currently an endangered species.

We take pride in helping support this mission and invite you to learn more about their work by visiting their website at www.sanadmxl.org.

Animal Rescue
GIVING BACK

We believe all animals deserve a home and loving care. This is why a portion of our proceeds is donated to Santuario Animal del Desierto A.C. (SANAD). This non- profit runs several no kill animal sanctuaries in Mexico. Their mission is to provide food, shelter and veterinary care for cats and dogs suffering from abandonment, illnesses, or those who have been victims of animal cruelty. With the help of staff and volunteers many of the animal residents at the sanctuary are adopted into caring families. In order to create a positive impact in the community they offer educational seminars for children and adults which help spread the word about proper animal care and the importance of spaying and neutering.

SANAD also runs a program designed to rescue, rehabilitate and maintain the desert tortoise (Gopherus agassizii) which is currently an endangered species.

We take pride in helping support this mission and invite you to learn more about their work by visiting their website at www.sanadmxl.org.