Hundreds of people lined up at the 24 de Diciembre Gymnasium in Panama City on Saturday Aug 16 to get vaccinations, spaying, and neutering services for their dogs and cats.

The day was put together by the Alcald­a de Panam¡ together with Spay Panama, a non-profit organization that provides mobile low-cost spay and neutering operations to help combat unwanted animal births. They host several spay and neutering events throughout the year and at Saturday’s events there were over 190 dogs and 90 cats that received their services.

For more information on Spay Panama visit their website or Facebook Page.

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I'm from Louisville, Kentucky and moved to Panama in 2011 to finish a degree in International Business. I enjoyed the hot tropical weather and the lifestyle on offer in Panama City so much that I decided to make it my permanent residence. Follow @JoeyBonura on Twitter and Instagram for more updates on my life in Panama.

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