Pets in Yucatan will have their own birth certificate

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Do you have a pet in Yucatan? Well now they can get you your very own birth certificate! That’s right, as of March 17, pet owners who live in the state of Yucatan can already give their little friends an official document that recognizes them.

This great initiative arose from the proposal of the New Regulation for the Protection of Fauna in Mérida. The idea is to keep a register of domestic animals, so there is no excuse for not having your pet well registered!

And what does this mean for our furry friends? Well, by having a birth certificate, the little animals will have a legal recognition that identifies and protects them. Not bad, right?!

Now, do not forget that having a pet is a great responsibility. It’s not just about giving them a document, you also have to take care of their health, food, and of course, lots of love and affection!
So now you know, if you live in the Yucatan and have a pet, take advantage of this opportunity and get their birth certificate! It’s a big step in recognizing our furry companions as important members of our society.

Don’t wait any longer! Make your pets official and be part of this movement that seeks to improve the lives of our four-legged friends. Up Yucatan and its pets!

Starting March 17, they can issue birth certificates for their furry, feathered or scaly companions. Juan de Dios Collí Pinto, Director of the Civil Registry of the State of Yucatán, confirmed the news and announced the start of a campaign with activities to benefit pets.

Where? In a registration module located in the park of the San José Vergel neighborhood. In addition to processing the certificate, you will find veterinary services such as deworming and medical consultations at a discount. Not to mention more!

As if that were not enough, there will be a photo booth to take the official photo of your pet in its new document. And it doesn’t matter if you have a dog, cat, parrot or iguana, everyone is welcome!

This initiative is part of the New Regulation for the Protection of Fauna in Mérida, which seeks to improve the welfare of domestic animals. Take advantage and give your pet the identity it deserves!

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