Saint Lucia Animal Protection Society Served With Eviction Notice

Press Release:– The building which houses the Saint Lucia Animal Protection Society (SLAPS) centre at Massade, Gros Islet has been sold, resulting in an eviction notice being served with the requirement that the building be vacated by the 28th February 2020.

We currently have around 80 dogs there that we are actively trying to rehome.  SLAPS is a non profit organisation run by volunteers and reliant on corporate and private donations to sustain their operation which is simply to save and rehome abandoned dogs.

  Dogs that have been mistreated, injured, starved or left to survive the best way they can.  Most of the dogs we rescue are spayed/neutered, vaccinated and brought back to good health before we seek a good home for them.

We need help urgently, to find a suitable property to accommodate these unfortunate animals or funds to enable us to do the same.

This can be land or an old building preferably away from built up areas but not too remote as we have volunteers who need access. Do you know of a suitable property that we can use, can you help?

Please consider donating, volunteering or fostering!. We need everyone’s help to pull off a miracle before time runs out


    • Niggers lack compassion for animals. Its truly a sign of civility when a person can care for the life of an animal/pet. You “Mr Coco, are a nigger, not to be confused with the average black person.

    • mr coco ur coco gone bad becuz the person is simply asking for a solution…cry me a river my foot…u schupid tun…choops…

  1. We need a home for at risk children. We should let the animals in the wild where they will take themselves as they have been created to.

  2. This is sad,but when times are hard,people drop their pets in the streets.80 dogs is a lot of food.

  3. I’ve got three dogs and I love them very much, its heartbreaking but on the other hand we have alot more homeless and hungry people in this country than 80 dogs, I’m sorry but if i have a building or property i would look to help the humans first

  4. The mentality of your country is very heartless and disgusting. I’m fortunate to live in a country where we have rights to protect the animals and a goveronment that financially supports animal agencies. This past June, I visited your island and left in tears, because of how you treat dogs. That’s a big turnoff for some people who want to visit somewhere on a vacation. I will never visit your island again, as it left a bad taste in my mouth. St. Lucia is a beautiful island, but you make it ugly by your treatment of animals. They don’t have a voice, you do! Poisoning dogs, throwing rocks at them, and leaving them on the streets to die is not a solution. Tourists put a lot of money in your country, why aren’t resorts and restaurants, and especially your goveronment stepping up to help. I really think your comments above are sad. Put them down? Animals in the wild? How a person treats an animal speaks volumes. People who abuse animals have serious issues. Your island needs to make a change.

  5. Sorry dog lover,in the country side,we treat our dogs good,they are tied,they have their own dog kennel,they are vaccinated dewormed,they get tick oil on their body every six months.They eat better than many humans do.All our trash is in the cities.the sick,the homeless the abandoned,the hungry,the lost….talking about dogs,sorry.

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