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Surfers for Strays - Primo Graphic Tee

$36.00
Surfers for Strays - Primo Graphic Tee
Surfers for Strays - Primo Graphic Tee
Surfers for Strays - Primo Graphic Tee
Surfers for Strays - Primo Graphic Tee
Surfers for Strays - Primo Graphic Tee

Surfers for Strays - Primo Graphic Tee

$36.00

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Surfers for Strays is an organization dedicated to protecting and helping the stray dog population in Mexico. Baja Llama will donate 10% of the profits from the sales of this shirt to support Surfers for Strays. Learn more here. This graphic was hand-drawn by Baja Llama's master of illustration Chelsea Kian who resides in Zihuatanejo, Mexico full time. Our Primo Cotton Graphic Tee was made even more radical by enhancing it with a subtle tie-dye technique to give it an astoundingly soft hand feel. When you put this on, you'll find a level of comfort thought to only exist after hundreds of washes. Support a great cause while supporting your soul.

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Surfers for Strays is an organization dedicated to protecting and helping the stray dog population in Mexico. Baja Llama will donate 10% of the profits from the sales of this shirt to support Surfers for Strays. Learn more here. This graphic was hand-drawn by Baja Llama's master of illustration Chelsea Kian who resides in Zihuatanejo, Mexico full time. Our Primo Cotton Graphic Tee was made even more radical by enhancing it with a subtle tie-dye technique to give it an astoundingly soft hand feel. When you put this on, you'll find a level of comfort thought to only exist after hundreds of washes. Support a great cause while supporting your soul.

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  • Features        
  • Materials + Care        
  • Story        
Features
  • 100% premium long staple Peruvian cotton
  • Finished with custom tie dye and our MisAdventurist wash with an anti-pilling treatment
  • Preshrunk
  • FIT = true to size with a modern cut
  • Custom print dedicated to travels on the Mosquito Coast
  • Print on neck label (absolutely no itchy neck for you!)
  • Soft-Touch water-based dyes and graphics for the environment and your skin!
Materials + Care
  • Fabric - 100% Long Staple Peruvian Cotton
  • Machine Wash Cold Inside Out With Like Colors
  • Tumble Dry Low or Hang Dry
  • Iron Inside Out If Needed, Or Freshen Up In The Dryer With A Damp Rag or Towel
  • DO NOT BLEACH
Story
Surfers for Strays is an all volunteer non-profit organization that reduces the number of stray animals in Mexico through spay and neuter programs and inspires compassion and awareness for the humane treatment of neglected animals through education, rehabilitation and adoption programs. Surfers for Strays was started in January of 2017 by Isabel Velasco and Natalie Ritenour when they rescued 7 puppies and their mother, who had been abandoned at a local hot springs in Lagunillas, Guerrero, Mexico. The puppies were being eaten alive by parasites and their mother was severely malnourished. Working together the women devised a plan to house and care for the animals and raise funds and more importantly, raise awareness to sterilize pets. They gained enough support in the local community to start helping “callajeros”, street animals in the villages of Troncones, Los Llanos, La Saladita and surrounding regions. With the help of local veterinarians and citizens, they started organizing spay and neuter clinics and a children’s education program on how to treat and care for animals. Visiting surfers and travelers began volunteering and growing the network to foster and adopt animals in the US and Canada. With that momentum and the love and support of key volunteers, Surfers for Strays Inc. was founded in August of 2019 to cover more ground and help more animals escape the cycle of neglect, abuse and abandonment. In 2020, Surfers for Strays adopted out 126 dogs and cats to homes in North America and paid for 1,220 dogs and cats to be spayed and neutered in local communities in Mexico through partnerships with other nonprofits and local as well as international vets.

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