The Humane Society of Cozumel Mexico is about working to help the animals in our community and we have been doing just that since 1996. Our clinic/shelter, which opened in April 1996, began with two rooms, no electricity, 24 kennels, one vet and one kennel worker. Today, we have a full-time staff of 7 and care for over 60 dogs and 100+ cats at any given time. We receive an average of 40 animals per month, either found astray or given up by their owners for a variety of reasons. We do our best to care for them and place them in good, loving homes.
What you need to know about us! Our goal is to fully change the approach towards dog and cat overpopulation with an aggressive spay/neuter program both at the clinic and by utilizing mobile clinics. By finding loving homes for pets and providing education to the community, we can create responsible pet-people relationships and improve the welfare of animals.
Our work is made possible by many wonderful humans who contribute their time, talents and/or money to the cause for which we are immensely grateful.
Here you can get to know a bit about the staff, Board members and volunteers that keep the ball rolling. To see the full bio for each board member click on their photo to the right.