vets without borders



I was very privileged to be a part of the making of this documentary when I volunteered for Mexi-Can April 2013. It is an amazing film that I believe really needs to be seen. If you can help please make a donation. If not please pass on this video.

Thank you for your support and donations to the Mexi-Can Vet Project for the past five years. In November 2014 we held our 12th spay and neuter clinic in Guayabitos, Mexico. It was made exciting by the winds and rains of Hurricane Vance but despite weather challenges we managed to help sterilize another 280 cats and dogs! On each trip to Mexico, we find animal welfare is improving and our work continues to change forever, the lives of so many animals. After 6 years, approximately 3000 animals have been sterilized at clinics held by Jaltemba Bay Animal Rescue.

Today, I am reaching out to you to ask for your pledge of support for the Mexi-Can Vet Project by taking a few moments to watch a promotional video by documentary filmmaker Erin Skillen who filmed the MCVP experience in Nov 2013. She is seeking crowd source funding to complete her documentary  “Vets Without Borders” and get it aired on national and international TV. If you are moved by the work of the folks in the video, you can help by donating money, even the smallest amount, to get this documentary made and on air. And you will be part of two groups that are making a profound difference in this world, because part of your donations for this documentary will go towards both projects.

So please don’t delete this message without at least clicking on the “Watch Now” button below and see what this is all about, I think you will be surprised.

Call me anytime, if you need more information or have questions.

Many thanks my friends,

Malcolm Macartney DVM (250) 27-2125
McKenzie Veterinary Services and Mexi-Can Vet Project