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It’s World Spay Day – Let’s Help Some Shelter Pets!

 

33038.gifToday is World Spay Day! Not only does spaying your pet reduce common illnesses such as pyometra and mammary gland cancer, it reduces pet overpopulation and euthanasia. There sadly aren’t enough forever homes for all the great dogs and cats out there. Spaying/neutering your animal is the most effective and humane way to decrease the number of unwanted animals on the streets and in shelters.

catIn recognition of World Spay Day, and through recognizing the problems of pet overpopulation, we can team up to make great strides spaying or neutering shelter pets. A donation of just $20 will spay or neuter one dog or cat. 🐶🐱😎

Click here to make a donation to spay or neuter dogs.

Click here to make a donation to spay or neuter a cats.

by Jim Kober, February 28, 2017