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Adoption is such a beautiful process which is beneficial to the animal as well as the human. You will be saving a life and giving promise of a better one. Adopted pets are typically incredibly thankful for the second chance they are given. You would be supporting your community by giving one of the homeless a home.

Process of adopting and Fostering

The process of adopting from Saga Humane Society consists of interviews and confirmation that the animal will have the proper care that it would require. The Humane Society requires a fee for adopting which has been previously listed. This fee goes toward feeding and giving shelter for others that have not been so lucky as to be adopted yet.

 Fostering is an option that would pertain to giving the animal shelter and taking the role and responsibility of caring for them without the permanent responsibility. The process of being an eligible foster parent would be similar to that of an adoptive parent. Saga Humane Society would like to ensure that the animal would be given the best care in the best circumstances. There is no financial obligation to fostering as the food would be supplied and if medication would be required it would be supplied as well as tutorials on the appropriate way to administer the medication.

How do I bring my pet home?

Once going through the process of adopting if the new family member home is the next important step. Ensuring that you are taking the correct steps to make sure your new family member comes with you to their new home is very important. All of the airlines would require a valid and hard copy of a vaccine certificate and health certificate. It is important to call ahead to make sure that the airline will allow animals on board or in cargo and to ask how old they would require them to be. Some airlines will not take animals some have specific requirements that need to be met before leaving Belize.



Help those that cannot help themselves!

If you are unable to adopt or foster choose to donate! Support the cause and save a life. Any form of donation will assist in helping our dream to give these animals proper care.

$30 helps us purchase one dog bed.

$75 helps us feed an animal for a month.

$150 helps us spay one animal.

$250 helps us pay for heartworm treatment for one dog.

$375 helps us provide medical care, food and housing for three dogs for a month.

$500 helps us cover the average cost of caring for one animal until they find a Forever Home.

$800 helps us care for one cat for four months.

$1,000 helps us vaccinate against rabies 100 animals for a year.

$1,500 covers the medical fees for 18 hard-to-place adult pets.

$2,000 helps support our Trap-Neuter-Release (TNR) program, to prevent wild cats from reproducing.

Please help us help them. These animals are very loving and deserve the best quality of life we can provide for them. Your generous contribution will help!

The Saga Humane Society is a 501 (c)(3) organization; our US Federal Tax ID number is 52666. Our policy is to not sell, rent or trade our donors’ personal information to any other entity.

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Donate by Credit Card or Cheque

Donate by credit card through our secure-server by following this link:
Saga Humane Society Secure Server

For checks or money orders, please make payable to Saga Society and mail to:

Saga Society,
General Delivery,
San Pedro Town,
Ambergris Caye,
Belize, CA

Save a Life

Help Support a Shelter Animal

Saga Humane Society shelters an average of 60 animals a month.  The first month an animal enters the shelter, he/she is given a complete check-up, tested for common medical conditions that are easily passed within feral animal communities, given all vaccines and is spayed or neutered before ever leaving the shelter to a ‘forever home’.  Continuing monthly costs included food & keep for the animals, monthly heartworm & flea/tick treatments and regular Vet check-ups.

The first month cost to shelter an adult dog is an average of $100 USD.  A puppy cost $75 USD to $85 USD depending if it is a male or female.

To shelter a cat for the first month, it cost Saga from $35 USD to $50 USD depending on age, size and sex of the cat.

Monthly cost thereafter to shelter an animal until it finds a ‘forever home’ are $60 USD for a puppy, $42 USD for an adult dog and $20 USD to $35 USD for a cat.

Please help Saga in its mission to continue to promote kindness and prevent cruelty to the animals on the island of Ambergris Caye by making a donation below.  Your donation goes directly to the care of a shelter animal.

SAGA is a non-profit organization with a 501(3)(c )tax exempt status in the US.  Our tax number is 31-1814113 .

Thank you for your continued support of Saga Humane Society!

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Saga Wish List

Save money while supporting Saga Humane Society by checking out Capital One Shopping; a website that compares prices and applies coupons when shopping online.

Before you visit San Pedro, visit Saga Humane Society Wish List at  There you will find listed common items that are easily packed in your luggage.  All items donated go to support Shelter Animals until they find their Forever Homes and USA tax deducible.

* Items listed in bold green type are urgently needed!


* ketoconazole
* otomax
* ophthalmics – BNP, Neo-Poly-Dex

* Baytril/enrofloxacin tablets & injectable
* Clavamox
* Clindamycin
Metacam or * Rimadyl injectable
* Metacam liquid
* Vitamin K capsules & injectable
* Albon
* Primor/Trimethoprim-sulfa
* Ivermectin
* Heartguard
* Praziquantal/Droncit
* Benadryl/diphenhydramine
* Ear medications, ear oitnment (Otibiotic)
* Lasix/furosemide
* Enalapril
* Telazol 


PLEASE NOTE: we are required to obtain an import permit for donations of medications brought from abroad, so please contact us at at least SIX WEEKS prior to your travel date to coordinate so we can obtain this permit for you. If the medication you want to donate does not appear on the list above, please contact the clinic at to find out if we can use it.  Thank you for your support!


  • IDEXX VetLyte Electrolyte Analyzer (new or good used condition)


  • Suture – 2-0 or 3-0 PDS or Monocryl w/ cutting needle –these sizes ONLY pls
  • Surgical instrument cleaner and lubricant
  • Surgical instrument marking tape or rings
  • Sterile surgical gloves size 6 1/2 and 7 
  • Laryngoscope and cuffed animal endotracheal tubes
  • instrument stands
  • wire twister/shear cutter
  • wire passer
  • bone saw
  • femoral head disarticulator
  • taylor hammer
  • aspiration suction unit
  • orthopedic power drill set
  • resuscitation bag
  • canine muscular anatomy chart( A)
  • canine skeletal Anatomy chart( B)
  • canine internal anatomy chart( C)
  • feline skeleton anaomy chart( D)
  • face shield (2)
  • Surgical blades #15
  • Ciprofalexin tablets
  • Plaster cast material
  • Fludro Cortisone tablets
  • Micronazole Spray
  • Gauze
  • Surgical Glue
  • Metacam for CATS


  • stainless steel food and water bowls
  • collars **
  • leashes **
  • cat and dog toys and treats
  • dog beds
  • blankets
  • towels
  • flea control products

** CHECK OUT Paws-Claws Reflective Dog Collars & Leashes, $72 for box of 72 on!


  • Ink for printer:
    HP 21 blackHP 22 tri-color – printer is a deskjet D1360
  • Supplies for Fundraising:
    Colored Markers – all colors & different point sizes, Paint Brushes – different sizes, Artist Paints, Rubber Stamps & Ink Pads.
          Promoting Kindness and Preventing Cruelty to Animals