How You Can Help
01. Don’t Shop – Adopt
a pound rescue dog, puppy, cat or kitten and give them a second chance at a happy life. Go to the Bahamas Humane Society and see all the beautiful animals awaiting homes.
We have many ways in which you can help depending on your skills and free time, please contact email@example.com.
03. Spay or Neuter
to prevent unwanted litters. Encourage your friends and family to do the same. For financial assistance, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 242-427-SPAY (242-427-7729).
04. Legacy Gifts
Would you consider remembering Baark! in your will? Any amount, large or small, will be vital in helping our continued success.
Baark is a non-profit organization with no paid staff and no government funding. ALL of your money donated goes directly towards helping the animals.
06. Buy Baark! Merchandise
Check out some of our fun items available for purchase so you can proudly display your support of Baark. We have Tervis tumblers, wine glasses, lids, collapsible bowls, car magnets, shirts and face masks. All profits go towards our programs.
07. Be Prepared For A Hurricane
When Hurricane Dorian came through The Bahamas in 2019 we had never experienced this magnitude of loss and destruction. So many people were displaced and as a result pets were left abandoned. So many people lost everything and they had no means of keeping and caring for their pets. It was truly heartbreaking for everyone.
Other ways you can help:
Walk a rescue dog
at the Bahamas Humane Society. This helps to socialise dogs and makes them easier to adopt. Contact the Humane Society directly on 325-6742 or 323-5138 to organise walking/socialising.
a young puppy or kitten or an older dog or cat that needs some extra TLC.
Become a Stray Buster
if you want to get right in on the action and help our team go out into the streets, trap and pick up stray dogs and cats. We’d love you to help. Contact email@example.com and tell us when you’re free.
There is a wait list of people wanting to adopt potcats and potcakes in Canada and various places around the USA. If you are travelling from Nassau into either of these places and can take a kitten or puppy with you please get in touch. Someone will meet you at the airport both ends.
Over the years we have met awesome people around the world. One of our close supporters in Florida involved in disaster relief gave us permission to use these wonderful checklists (Pocket Pets: hamster, guinea pig, gerbil, rabbit, etc.). Please use so you are fully prepared for a storm: