What happens to adult rescues?

New Life For Paws volunteers feed packs of dogs across the island daily and over time gain the stray’s trust and allowing safe capture. Trap, Neuter, Return and Catch, Spay, Release are techniques learned from Animal Balance at Operation Cunucu, an event that took place in Aruba in April 2016. Once caught, the stray is sterlized released back to theirpack after their recovery from the sterlization procedure. This is a way to break the cycle. New Life For Paws continues to feed and care for the sterlized strays with the knowledge that one less dog will contibute to the overpopulation crisis on the island. Spaying one female and neutering her mate can potentially stop approximately 67,000 puppies being born on the streets over the next 5 years.