Humane Society of Cozumel Island Volunteer Program

Lisa Ramirez discusses some fun things you can do to help the   HSCI…

Photo Courtesy of the Humane Society of Cozumel Island

 

The HSCI is looking for more able bodies to work in to the volunteer rotation.  This means you would be on a schedule for one day a week lending a paw to our staff to deal with the day to day goings on.  Here are a few of the things we ask of our volunteers.

 

 

 

  1. Throwing a pillow on the floor of the catteries, sitting down and playing with the cats and kittens.  This helps socialize our adoption candidates and makes them easier to place.  Our adult cats will love on you for hours.  It has been scientifically proven that petting a cat can
  2. lower your blood pressure, reduce anxiety and release endorphins.

    Photo Courtesy of the Humane Society of Cozumel Island

  3. Bathing puppies.. needs no explanation…just plain fun!!
  4. Taking dogs on their daily walks
  5. Going along on a “rescue” mission with Ricardo
  6. General cleaning
  7. Greeting visitors

These are just a few of the many fun ways to spend half of a day.  Volunteering for the HSCI is extremely gratifying both emotionally and spiritually.  Bring the family.  We do ask that if you bring children they are always under your direct supervision.  For more information you can email us at  pets@humanecozumel.org

Puppy kisses from all of us at the HSCI

Lisa Ramirez is the President of the Cozumel Humane Society.  Lisa has been an active part of the Cozumel Community since she moved to the Island in 1991.  Lisa also owns and runs Rock’n Java, and has raised her daughter, Bianca,  here in Cozumel.

 

Programa de voluntarios de la Sociedad Humanitaria de la Isla de Cozumel

Lisa Ramírez comenta algunas cosas entretenidas que pueden hacer para ayudar a la Sociedad Humanitaria de la Isla de Cozumel …

La Sociedad Humanitaria está buscando a más personas para incluirlas en la rotación de voluntarios. Esto significa que usted estará programado un día a la semana, dando una pata a nuestro personal con las operaciones diarias. Algunas de las cosas que pedimos de nuestros voluntarios son:
1.  Echar una almohada en el piso de la jaula de los gatos, sentarse y jugar con los gatitos y los gatos. Esto ayuda a los candidatos a adopción a

Photo Courtesy of the Humane Society of Cozumel Island

socializar y es más fácil encontrar donde acomodarlos. Nuestros gatos adultos le amaran por horas. Se ha comprobado científicamente que acariciar a un gato puede bajar la presión sanguínea, reducir la ansiedad y liberar endorfinas.
2.  Bañar cachorros… no necesita mayor explicación…. ¡es pura diversión!
3.  Acompañar a los perros en sus paseos diarios.
4.  Acompañar a Ricardo en una misión de “rescate”.
5.  Limpieza general.
6. Dar la bienvenida a los visitantes.
Estas son sólo algunas de las muchas formas divertidas para pasar la mitad de un día. Ser voluntario para la Sociedad Humanitaria es muy gratificante tanto emocional como espiritualmente. Traigan a la familia. Les pedimos que si traen niños, éstos siempre se encuentren bajo supervisión directa. Para mayor información, pueden enviarnos un correo a pets@humanecozumel.org

Quienes formamos el equipo de la Sociedad Humanitaria les enviamos besitos de perrito.

Lisa Ramírez es Presidenta de la Sociedad Humanitaria de Cozumel. Lisa ha sido miembro activo de la comunidad de Cozumel desde que se mudó a la Isla en 1991Lisa también es propietaria y operadora de Rock’n Java, y ha criado a su hija Bianca aquí en Cozumel.

 

Laura Wilkinson

Author at Cozumel 4 You
Laura Wilkinson is the Editor for Cozumel 4 You. An ex-Connecticut Yankee who has called Cozumel home for over 15 years, Laura ran away to the Caribbean years ago, bumped around the islands teaching SCUBA diving, lost some time in Jamaica, and finally stopped in Cozumel for a 2 week vacation that hasn’t ended yet. With a degree in Journalism from a fancy private college she convinced her parents to pay for, Laura writes, edits, and creates the weekly Cozumel 4 You news, promotional articles about the island, and her very own blog, which she finds hilarious. Her long suffering husband, the Fabster, has long since resigned himself to having zero private life, as he’s been involved in her various schemes and plots since his arrival. Proud parents to a variety of rescue dogs and cats, Laura continues to be the bane of her traditional Mexican mother-in-law’s existence, as she muses her way through life in the Mexican Caribbean.

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