Compassion without Borders saving animals of mexico
Compassion Without Borders was founded in 2001 by Christi Camblor . The focus of our organization is to alleviate the suffering of unwanted companion animals in Mexico and other low resource regions through a multifaceted approach which includes international rescue efforts, extensive spay/neuter campaigns, humane euthanasia and humane education.
Our board is made up of veterinarians and professional animal advocates with decades of experience from around the country. We are staffed by nearly 100% volunteer labor – which means 100% of all donations can go directly toward our work!
Meet Our Board:
Dr. Christi Camblor, a bilingual California native, is a veterinarian that has been working in animal protection in the US, Puerto Rico, on Native American Reservations, and in Mexico for more than 15 years. Christi is a passionate advocate for all animals who also works as the director for shelter medicine at the Sonoma Humane Society.
Alicia Robb founded the Foundation for Sustainable Development and now works for the Kauffman Foundation as an economist. Alicia is a dedicated animal advocate who has worked on a variety of animal issues and boards, as well as having travelled and worked extensively in developing nations.
JP Novic is a lifelong animal advocate and founder of the Center for Animal Protection and Education, a non-profit organization that advocates for all animals based out of Santa Cruz, California. JP is a passionate activist who has dedicated her life to promoting compassion for all animals, rescuing animals and rehoming them, and educating the public about animal related issues.