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The Cookies
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The Cookies

The Cookies arrived at the SPA in early August 2020 at the age of 3 months. They were scared then, but we all thought they would overcome their fear in time and with socialization. We have made some progress with Oreo, but Ginger and her sister, Ritz, could sure use your help to make their lives better.

Help the SPA by Sponsoring a Casita
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Help the SPA by Sponsoring a Casita

“Casita” is the fancy name we use for an animal’s residence at the SPA. The only no-kill shelter for cats and dogs in SMA, the Sociedad Protectora de Animales de San Miguel de Allende, A.C.

What Happens to Your Pets If Something Happens to You?
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What Happens to Your Pets If Something Happens to You?

I fell in love with them the first day that I met them, and my heart broke. They were wonderful, happy, well-cared-for cats until one day they found themselves scared and depressed, in an unfamiliar setting at a shelter, sharing space with many other cats. Death, especially an untimely death, can be cruel and devastating for those the deceased leaves behind.

SPA September 2020 Pets of the Month
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SPA September 2020 Pets of the Month

Two-year-old Bob, an all-black, athletic, handsome boy, is very vocal and tons of fun. Although he never had his own home, he loves people because they fed and cared for him when he was on his own. He gets overwhelmed by so many roommates, but quite likes being spoiled with shelter life.

The SPA.: What We Do
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The SPA.: What We Do

We often receive Facebook messages about an animal that has been abandoned or being mistreated. The writer wants us to send someone to help that poor cat or dog. However, as much as we would like to do so, the S.P.A. is not capable of getting involved directly with these types of situations, heartbreaking though they are.

Puppies!
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Puppies!

Zeke, Pammy, and Buffy are siblings and Darcy is their friend. Beautiful puppies, they are each about four months old. Zeke is the only boy in the group and tries to take charge.

Feline Fun Facts
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Feline Fun Facts

I learned the other day that most female cats are left-pawed, and most male cats are right-pawed. And sure enough, I watched as Annabelle and Piper, two female kittens, played spin the ball with their left paws, while Bob mostly used his right paw