Last week the Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand collaborated with the Mahanakorn University of Technology Faculty of Veterinary Science on a de-sexing program in the village where the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre is located. A team of 11 veterinarians, vet students and assistants joined with the WFFT Vet Team for day of de-sexing, administering rabies vaccinations, and deworming 30 cats and dogs. Mahanakorn University started this self-funded project 5 years ago with the aim of reducing Thailand’s stray animal population, educating the general public and assisting the Thai government with their aim of eradicating rabies from Thailand by 2020. The team has managed to de-sex and vaccinate over 1500 dogs and cats over during the first five years of the project. WFFT fully supports the aims of the project and would like to collaborate further with Mahanakorn University in such schemes.