GALS is active with promoting and volunteering at Spay and Neuter Clinics, shelters and sanctuaries around the world; but predominantly on First Nations in Canada. We volunteer our time at these clinics, and collect supplies to ensure these clinics can continue.
We are excited and proud to work with other like-minded groups and individuals to “FIX” the global pet overpopulation problem by getting to the root of the problem~Spay and Neuter!
“Dogs have an unique ecology, the only way that you can reduce the population is by ensuring a healthy population of sterilized and vaccinated dogs, who will prevent new dogs from coming into the territory.”~Seghal
GALS rescues companion animals through requests from spay and neuter clinics in Canada, various shelters, SPCA’s, humane societies, city pounds, safe houses, owner surrenders and strays that find themselves in need of our help and place them into loving foster homes until they find their forever homes.
We mandatory spay/neuter, provide aid to animals in need, including housing, food, veterinary care, etc when their guardians find themselves needing help in hard times.
We also implement TNR programs (Trap, Neuter, Return) of feral cat colonies which is a very time and financial consuming task. But is the only way to get these populations under control to stop the breeding.
GALS is a 100% volunteer-run society comprised of dedicated, passionate and compassionate people that all share the same goal and beliefs. We rely completely on fundraising events, our online store, and adoptions fees to cover our ever-growing vet bills. All donations and adoption fees go directly toward the care of the animals and are used for items such as veterinary care; mandatory spaying/neutering, vaccinations, parasite control, emergency care and other related supplies and expenses. We operate as a network of loving foster homes to shelter and care for our companion animals and therefore do not have the overhead expense of operating a shelter facility.
We do not receive any government assistance, so please learn more about how to help GALS.