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March 15, 2024

Hundreds of Dogs and Cats Helped in the Philippines

PETA Asia has been hosting high-volume spay/neuter clinics throughout Manila to help the many animals living there who are forced to give birth on the streets. Surgeries can be costly, so support from PETA’s Global Compassion Fund makes them accessible and free for those who wouldn’t be able to afford them otherwise. At a clinic in Punta, the team sterilized 422 animals!

PETA Asia runs spay/neuter clinic in the Philippines.

February 15, 2024

Dog Trapped in a Wall—WATCH What Happens Next!

For nearly a month, a dog in the Philippine city of Dasmariñas was trapped in a wall. Somehow, the dog was sealed into the wall when the previous tenant left and construction work was done on the unit. When the new tenant heard barking coming from inside the wall, they reported it to officials. The dog, whom PETA Asia named Wally, survived by drinking water from an open drainage canal. The dog was emaciated and had many wounds, likely from attempting to break free. After a brief stay with a local veterinarian for treatment, Wally went into foster care while the team got to work looking for a loving home. Watch his remarkable story!


July 1, 2023

Record-Breaking Number of Animals Sterilized at Field Clinic

Teams in the Philippines sterilized an impressive total of 407 dogs and cats at a recent field clinic, breaking their record for the number of animals helped at a single event. And an extra veterinarian joined them, expanding their reach.


September 28, 2022

PETA Asia Helps Animals After Typhoon Noru Devastates the Philippines

The moment PETA Asia rescuers could safely reach the area, they began looking for wounded animals. The team members then turned their focus to ensuring that those who had survived wouldn’t go hungry while waiting for power to be restored and stores to reopen. Many animal guardians were very grateful for the food PETA Asia distributed, including 175 pounds of cat food and 440 pounds of dog food. The team also treated several animals suffering from mange and other maladies.

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Spay-a-Thons in the Philippines Reach Over 500 Companion Animals!

PETA Asia and its partners have resumed hosting spay-a-thons across the Philippines now that pandemic restrictions have been lifted. At two recent events, the team sterilized and vaccinated a total of more than 500 animals in Cainta and Malibay. Teams are setting up field clinics each month, reaching indigent communities across the country.


December 29, 2021

PETA Helps Animals Affected by Typhoon Rai

In the wake of Typhoon Rai (known in the Philippines as Typhoon Odette), PETA has been sending supplies to Bohol Animal Rescue & Kindness (BARK), which is distributing pet food on the island and rescuing animals in need of help. Another shipment of supplies from PETA will soon be sent to another rescue group in Cebu.

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