For the LOVE of Animals
When Animal Humane New Mexico (AHNM) opened their new adoption and administration center in June, it not only represented the end of one phase of a series of renovations for their facilities, it also represented AHNM’s continual commitment to do more to help New Mexico’s cats and dogs.
AHNM is more than an animal shelter. As they state, their mission “is to support and improve the lives of New Mexico's cats and dogs through sheltering, adoptions, humane education and veterinary services.” In addition to updating their facilities to better help the animals in their care, AHNM has developed and continues to develop a range of programs and services designed to further this mission.
As New Mexico’s largest nonprofit animal welfare organization, AHNM saves more than 4,000 animals each year while keeping many more animals out of the shelter, educating kids and adults alike on how to properly care for animals, offering training classes and behavioral advice, providing veterinary care to low-income families, and working on a trap/neuter/release program to help feral cats.
These initiatives represent only a fraction of the work AHNM does to save more lives and improve the lives of New Mexico’s cats and dogs. Throughout the next two weeks, from September 2 to September 16, you can learn more about this remarkable organization at https://www.facebook.com/jusaniculture, as we partner with AHNM out of love of animals! During that time, you can also be a part of AHNM’s mission by joining us in by raising awareness and funds for their organization at www.jusani.com! Together, we can do more to help New Mexico’s cats and dogs!!
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