ANIPLANT is an independent membership organization dedicated to the protection of animals.  ANIPLANT is a non-government organization. They do not receive any help from the Cuban government.  ANIPLANT is officially recognized by the Cuban government, which is important because Cuban law permits only one organization to function in each field of endeavor.  Thus, ANIPLANT is the only animal protection organization legally permitted to function in Cuba.  

ANIPLANT depends on donated funds and dues in order to operate.  It is not permitted to advertise, so ANIPLANT activities are restricted to what can be done with an uncertain income stream.  ANIPLANT's headquarters is in Havana, but they provide services in other parts of the country.  


Calle Príncipe No. 128 entre Espada y Hospital,  Centro Habana,  Ciudad de la Habana,  Cuba.   

Telf: 537-870-1161   EMail:

ANIPLANT in Havana:

​Aniplant is located at 128 Príncipe, between Hospital and Espada in Centro Habana, near Hotel Nacional.   

Please call first:   #7-870-1161

About ANIPLANT in Cuba

Nora García Perez
​President of ANIPLANT. Nora has led ANIPLANT for almost 30 years and is known around Cuba because of her efforts to educate the public on animal care and welfare. Nora has been an animal advocate her entire life. When her parents died, she was raised by María Álvarez Ríos, a famous Cuban entertainer. Together, they volunteered to help the animals of Havana. In 1987, Nora was asked to join a movement to protect the animals, and in 1992 became president of the association which became ANIPLANT. Nora has many connections in the Cuban community, and in the animal protection field around the world.