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The Dog Lady of Mexico

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Alison founded the nonprofit Isla Animals as a means of offering spay/neuter clinics, low-to-no cost veterinary services, owner education, and so much more to help the plight of these poor animals. She talks with us on UnScripted and shares her passion for these precious animals and the people in Mexico who love them.

Already a best seller on Amazon, The Dog Lady of Mexico transforms Alison Sawyer Current's heroic, real-life efforts to save the neglected and starving dogs and cats of Isla Mujeres, Mexico, into an inspiring and moving story. Alison founded the nonprofit Isla Animals as a means of offering spay/neuter clinics, low-to-no cost veterinary services, owner education, and so much more to help the plight of these poor animals.

Alison comes alive on the pages of The Dog Lady as Rose, whose dream of moving to a tropical island and working as a potter soon changes when she discovers her new island home is overrun with starving dogs and cats. That was 18 years ago, and in that time over 12,000 animals have been spayed or neutered, and thousands of neglected and starving dogs have been rescued off the streets. But Alison doesn't stop there; she finds new, loving homes for many of these dogs throughout the US, Mexico and Canada.  


 

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