500 St. Clair County Cats Spayed/Neutered Free
December 12, 2014
500 St. Clair County Cats Spayed or Neutered Free
Free Roaming cat population targeted for sterilization
China, Michigan – The Humane Society of St. Clair County/SNAP today announced 500 cats that free roam in St. Clair County will be spayed or neutered, rabies vaccinated and left ear tipped at no cost to those residents assisting in lessening the number of homeless and unwanted free roaming cats in our community. This program has been made possible through a generous grant from the ASPCA® (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®) along with matching funds of the Humane Society of St. Clair County/SNAP.
Hundreds of cats and kittens roam free in our county, and caring residents are asking for assistance in lowering these numbers. Cats that are feral, friendly, homeless, lost or abandoned are now receiving the care and attention they require and deserve. The Humane Society of St. Clair County/SNAP has been supporting a free roaming cat sterilization program for $25.00 per cat, and proud to say that hundreds of cats and kittens have been sterilized this year due to the efforts of St. Clair County residents.
With funding now available, cost will no longer be a prohibiting factor for those willing to assist the community cats. All cats will be sterilized, rabies vaccinated and ear tipped (a universal sign that the cat has been sterilized)
The Humane Society of St. Clair County/SNAP is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to lessen the number of homeless and unwanted pets entering community shelters each year. In a two year period volunteers turned an open church hall into an affordable community spay/neuter clinic. The clinic was completed in March 2013. To date, 3,850 community pets have been sterilized. Snap logo – Spay, Neuter, Adopt Protect
This program will provide free spay or neuter, rabies vaccine and left ear tip to all free roaming cats living in St. Clair County. This grant and donated dollars will allow 500 surgeries to be completed by May of 2015.
For more information please visit: humanesocietysnap.org
This is a battle that will not be won overnight. Please help us help them. Spay or Neuter.
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