ComeDog (Food for Dogs) is a program that provides food and water for street dogs and cats through public dispensers in Mexico. The program arrived in Mexico last year, and now has a presence in several states.

The 1.2-meter-high galvanized metal containers hold up to 22 kilograms of food and four liters of water. Animals that use the dispensers would become possible candidates for sterilization and adoption.

The ComeDog organization can be reached through its Facebook page and its website.

Which Lakeside animal charity will be the first to sponsor this program—maybe in conjunction with local government? The Lake Chapala Reporter will gladly assist with publicity and fundraisers.

Source: Regeneración (sp)

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Lisa L. Jorgensen

Lisa L. Jorgensen was born in Denmark, spent most of her adult life in the U.S. as a corporate professional and business owner, and now lives in Ajijic on the shores of Lake Chapala, Mexico. Her challenges and discoveries in making that move, and as a newcomer to the area, have formed the basis of her writings: providing helpful information and advice for other expatriates. Her book Moving to Mexico’s Lake Chapala is about the intricacies of moving to and living in the Lake Chapala area. It has earned rave reviews as the best book of its kind. It’s available locally, as well as on Amazon.com in paperback and in Kindle format. Lisa is also publisher and editor of online magazine Lake Chapala Reporter.