Helping Cuban Animals

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Animals are periodically collected from the streets by dog catchers known as Zoonosis.  The animals are not fed for 5 days.  If no one comes for them, they are given food laced with poison.  It is a hard life and a painful death for so many dogs and cats.


Sterilization is the best long-term solution to reducing the number of homeless animals.  


TAP Animal Project seeks to eliminate the suffering of Cuban animals through mass sterilization campaigns, public education, and the promotion of animal health care.  

Annually, ~5,000 animals are sterilized--preventing about 25,000 new unwanted animals each year. Currently, TAP supplies ANIPLANT, and ANIPLANT provides on-the-scene assistance to Cuban animals.


TAP Animal Project is committed to expanding spay-neuter programs in Cuba. Please join us to help the dogs/cats of Cuba.


Note our name changed!  
TAP Animal Project is the new name for The Aniplant Project theaniplantproject.org​



TAP Animal Project

P.O. Box 256792

Chicago, IL 60625 


admin@TAPanimalproject.org

TAP Animal Project, Inc. is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Contributions to TAP Animal Project are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. TAP Animal Project's tax identification number is 27-2345012.  TAP Animal Project is incorporated in the State of Florida.  A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services by calling toll-free (1-800-435-7352) within the state, or 1-850-488-2221.  Registration does not imply endorsement, approval, or recommendation by the State.  

If you've been to Cuba, you know the helpless heartache of seeing painfully thin and sick dogs and cats on the streets. And while Cuba is a highly educated, healthy and empathetic population, their lack of resources is a tremendous problem. People simply may not have the means to properly care for their pets. Veterinarians often do not have the medicines or supplies they need to treat animals. 

​As a result, many dogs and cats are not spayed/ neutered and unwanted animals roam the streets in search of food, shelter and kindness.