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Who Are We?    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 

Montego Bay Animal Haven was founded in 2009 to raise awareness of the plight of stray and abandoned animals and to try to tackle the problem in north west Jamaica.  Since 10th January 2019 Angela’s Army of Angels is looking out for strays in Kingston.

 

At that time, approximately 1,000 animals had been rehomed.  And thanks to our rolling programme of clinics, run in conjunction with both local and overseas veterinary professionals, many more have been spayed or neutered.

 

As a registered non-profit organization, we rely completely on donations, both of time and money.  Every little bit helps. The Haven currently operates from a private home, a situation which is far from ideal, but we now have a farm location, which allows us to help more varieties of animals.

 

AIM

 

To educate and encourage people within communities to take pride and love in all things associated with their home town including the animals.  To cut down on the number of stray animals; to provide advice and any medical help required by the animals in the community.

 

One of our  main drives is to educate people to have compassion for themselves and others so that we can return to a sense of community and family.  One of the best ways to do this is to reconnect with the animals.

 

To visit every school in Jamaica to share, educate and involve our next generation to have compassion and to care for the animals in their communities.

 

To spay and neuter as many stray animals as possible.

 

To re-home and/or arrange adoptions for all animals under our care.

 

Why Do We Care

 

We need Cats and Dogs, they remind and show us what unconditional love is.  They provide awesome personal and property protection; are great companions for the sick and elderly; they provide a safe, non-judgemental, loyal friendship and in hard times, this makes a world of difference.  Let’s not forget, they keep the rat population down.