Currently, TAP is unable to send medications for sterilizations to Cuba. Therefore, we decided to stop accepting financial donations at this time.

We hope this is a temporary situation, and we will let you know when our supply channels are re-opened. Until then, if you are planning a trip to Cuba and wish to help, please write to us for a list of always-needed items. The animals need us, no matter what the politics or travel restrictions permit.

Please know that we appreciate all of you who care so deeply for the animals of Cuba. We will update everyone as new information becomes available. 

Thank you, Carol, Betsy, Dr. Marty, Diana, Tracy

TAP Animal Project

P.O. Box 256792

Chicago, IL 60625 


admin@TAPanimalproject.org

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​​​Education 

Nora Garcia, President of ANIPLANT, presents two radio shows and one television show every week.  In Cuba, radio is as an important source of information as TV.  Nora’s shows provide humane education, notices of weekend spay-neuter clinics, health information for dogs and cats, and information about public events related to animals. Nora appears every Saturday as a speaker on Radio Progresso, the nation’s largest radio station.  Her ten-minute talks on pet care are regular and informative, and well received by Cubans.  

TAP Animal Project supports efforts to educate dog and cat guardians in Cuba about the importance of sterilization of their companions and the need for on-going veterinary care. TAP Animal Project has designed and printed brochures and flyers about the benefits of spay/neuter. TAP Animal Project supporters have also sent resources to engage and educate Cuba's children about animal care and welfare.