Mass sterilisation is any sterilisation day for 15-25 animals (not just for your personally owned animals). If you are seeking sterilisation for animals in your local area, village, a beach or markets or owned by others etc this is considered mass sterilisation and we must obtain written approval from the Indonesian Government Department of Agriculture and Animal Husbandry (DINAS).
Bali Pet Crusaders and our sister organisation Yayasan Seva Bhuana focus on the sterilisation (spay and neuter) of local (indigenous to Bali) dogs and cats and cannot assist with the sterilisation of western breed dogs or cats or those predominantly western. Dogs and cats must be a minimum of 5 months old to be sterilised under our project. We are a very small charity and our highly subsidised project is limited to stray and rescued local Bali dogs and cats and those owned by the poorer community on a low income who cannot afford to take their pet to a vet.
If you are considering arranging a mass sterilisation day, the following outlines the steps you need to take: