Mission:


To rescue dogs and cats, and toprovide medical care, food andlove.'Spay/neuter is our number one objective and totransport toforever homes.

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The present location in Rocky Point

.Vision
We envision the day when animals will not suffer because of human abuse, ignorance or neglect and that all animals born will be assured of good care all its natural life. "Pura Vida"

Nancy Phelan founded the Animal Adoption Center of Rocky Point a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation in Arizona in 2001. On a visit to Rocky Pointshebecame an advocate for the many street dogs and cats in the city. She single-handly changed the culture for animals in Mexico and received the attention of President Fox with her efforts.

Contact nancy at:

nancy_phelan@yahoo.com

ANIMAL ADOPTION CENTER OF ROCKY POINT HAS SPONSORED SEVERAL FREE SPAY/NEUTER CLINICS AND WORKING CLOSELY WITH THE CITY OF PUERTO PENASCO !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Mayor Alejandro Zepeda Munro with Nancy Phelan at ribbon cutting !!! 2010 - 2011

A BIG THANK YOU TO ZIPPY THE PIN HEAD FOR HIS DONATION OF A NISSAN XTERRA IN 2012 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

WHAT A WONDERFUL SURPRISE AND GIFT !!!!!!!!!!!!!

Our main goal is to work with and help the city of Puerto Penasco conduct spay/neuter clinics free to the poor. Thanks to our new Mayor Alejandro Zapeda Munro we have had several free clinics and performed surgery on over 1000 animals - as of November 2012. VIVA MEXICO!!

Our ultimate goal is to have a sanctuary in Arizona where these angels can live out their lives in peace and harmony. Many of theseanimals have been abused and need to have a place to live their lives without fear. I firmly believe that there should be more sanctuaries and fewer shelters.

WE RESCUE ANIMALS IN ARIZONA AND MEXICO

Over 2500 animals havecome through the center.The center has 2 large lots.The animals are not kenneled but havefenced yards.A cat house was built with an entrance to an outside screened room . The nursing moms and kittens are cared for in the main center. There are also 2 yards for recovering and/or new animals.

We have a small center in the Phoenix area and have many puppiesfor adoption.

 Many good things have happened in the last eight years.President Fox after hearing about the raid"Hammer"contacted Hermosillo. Dr. Vicovich in Hermosillo has overseen the building of an Antirabico center (pound). The city now picks up the stray animals and keeps them for three days for owners to reunite with their pets. The city also has a clinic on site and not only provides low cost and free spay/neuter to the poor but has weekly clinics for free vaccines and medications.

There is also a leash law so all pets should be on a leash or fenced. The city has seen a drastic change in the amount of dogs on the street. They are no longer beaten to death and even though electrocution is legal in Mexico they are using injections to euthanize the animals after three days. A new law has been passed that makes it illegal to abuse an animal and the offender is fined.

 

If I can stop one Heart from breaking
I shall not live in vain
If I can ease one Life the Aching
Or cool one Pain
Or help one fainting Robin
Unto his Nest again
I shall not live in Vain
-Emily Dickinson

 

In Mexico call 383 1012 InPhoenix call 602 412 3932

Tucson call 520 407 6594

An Arizona 501 (c)3 non-profit Corporation that rescues animals, provides medical care and conducts spay/neuter clinics.We are feeding and giving medical care to hundreds of animals in the city. There are many cats that do not get the attention that the dogs do. Please bring all supplies to Nancy's house in Rocky Point. Located on Leon de la Barra #138. Coming down Juarez toward the city you will see the Chicken Palapas (Lucas restaurant).One block south is Leon de la Barra (calle 15), come down three blocks and we are on the corner(left side). Look for a trailer in the front yard and honk. Thank you for your donations.
 

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Negra -above -is a typical Mexican dog covered with Mange. She is owned by a local Mexican woman and is being treated for her Mange. We supply dog food and medical treatment for dogs such as Negra.
Chacha and Garbo (the cat). Chacha was rescued from a breeder and has been here now for several years.

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Spike -has an STD which is very common here in Mexico. The locals cannot afford the chemotherapy treatment for their animals. Spike was looked at by a Veterinarian this weekand put down humanely. We can get Chemo treatment for these animals for about $50 per shot (3 are reguired for the STD)

A MONTHLY PLEDGE OF $25 OR MORE WILL HELP FEED AND GIVE MEDICAL CARE TO ONE ANIMAL

Animal Adoption Center of Rocky Point

AACORP

PO Box 1031

Lukeville, AZ 85341

nancy_phelan@yahoo.com

Our number one goal is working with the city of Puerto Penasco to conduct free spay/neuter clinics.

STERILIZE NOT EUTHANIZE

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