When I went to pick Sarah up, I was shown to the back patio where I found 4 cats and 8 dogs laid out on mats spread on the lawn. They were in varying stages of coming out of the anesthesia. Sarah was laying on her side with her tongue hanging out. Two of the cats that were neutered were feral cats which were trapped and will be released back into the jungle where they were found. Kinda cool that this volunteer agency takes care of wild cats also. They have fiestas on the beach to raise funds and they accept donations at the clinics. Next week there is a chili cook off at Playa Amor. It costs 150 pesos and includes a great meal. They sell cerveza and vino at prices you can't beat anywhere. They also have a plant auction which I will pay close attention to as I begin to decorate the house.
Day after surgery
When Sarah got home she was still walking like she'd just left a bar at closing time. It took until about 5 pm for her to walk normally. One thing though, I don't think anyone told her who was responsible for her current discomfort as she will not leave my side. When I sit in my chair reading, she comes over and lays right on top of my feet. She is truly a great dog.