Street Dog Love

Protecting dogs, cats and wildlife in Sisal, Mexico.

Street Dog Love is proud to be partnering with Ester y Liza to hold monthly sterilization (spay/neuter) clinics in Sisal, Mexico (population approximately 1,800). Sisal is a small, isolated Mexican community with limited resources that is located about 45 miles northwest of Merida. A wide array of fragile wildlife inhabits the beaches, mangroves and coastal water of Sisal, including flamingos, herons, egrets and many other migratory birds. Sea turtles of various species lay eggs along the coast. Unfortunately, the  street dog and cat population in Sisal is believed to now exceed the human population. Thus, the goal of our project in Sisal is to reduce the homeless dog and cat population (thereby improving their quality of life), which will also serve to protect wildlife from being preyed upon for food by the dogs and cats. We expect to sterilize more than 1,000 dogs and cats in Sisal in 2024 and hope to make it an annual project — provided we receive enough donation support. 


Please help us protect dogs, cats and wildlife in Sisal.