The Sato Project Newsletter

From sato success stories, adoptable dogs, to Freedom Flights, our monthly e-newsletter is the best way to stay informed of our rescue efforts in Puerto Rico. Read our archives below, or sign up to stay in touch with us by clicking here. 


September 2018: Honoring the one year anniversary of Hurricane Maria while taking stock of our progress since the storm, including: 1500 dogs rescued, 200 reunited with their families,  almost 70,000 pounds of humanitarian and animal relief supplies distributed, and over 1,100 animals spayed/neutered.

August 2018: After facing multiple unforeseen obstacles, Mission Possible 9 is a mission accomplished and 160 dogs on two planes are evacuated off the island to safety just before hurricane season. The Sato Project is featured on NBC/Telemundo as part of the Clear the Shelters Initiative, and Alex Plaza shows up again as a sato guardian angel.

July 2018: Meet our Vetting Coordinator, Sarai, and learn more about our vetting process, a surprise Freedom Flight for 70 dogs, Fema and Gamora both survive, thrive, and find the perfect forever families. 

June 2018: Over 5,600 surgeries performed during Spayathon Round One, The Dogist raising awareness and support with #RescueRide, 64 dogs take their Freedom Flight and the mangey pups all find their forever families.

May 2018: Freedom Flight with 70 dogs on board faces emergency flight plan change, The Spayathon for Puerto Rico to begin, The Sato Social Raises over $125,000 to rescue more satos, Anais and Arnold find perfect homes.

April 2018: The Great Puerto Rico Dog Lift: Read our feature in The Village Voice, 100 dogs take their Freedom Flight under a rainbow, and Lorenzo and Braulio stay together.

March 2018: Miracle Murray featured on The Dodo, Another Freedom Flight completed for over 100 dogs, and Mollie-Mofongo's foster failure.

February 2018: Kaleb and Archer compete in Puppy Bowl XIV, 125 dogs fly to safety, and Tuka finds a home for Valentine’s Day while becoming a star.

December 2017: Heartwarming stories for the holidays, a new way to honor someone you love and support The Sato Project, and Cassius makes a comeback.

November 2017: No Dog Left Behind program is launched to reunite families in distress stay together with their beloved pets after Hurricane Maria, more hurricane survivors take their Freedom Flight, and Miracle gets her wheels.

Banner photos by The Dogist