FoA Spay-Neuter Grant to SpaySA

FoA Spay-Neuter Grant to SpaySA

pWersquo;re happy to announce a $20,000 spay/neuter grant from Friends of Animals today to a href=”http://spaysa.org/” target=”_blank”SpaySA in San Antonio, Texas/a. This grant will assist in covering the costs of spay/neuter surgeries for at least 333 dogs and cats throughout the city where there is a very high number of homeless cats and dogs./ppSpaySA was founded in 1997 and has made it their mission to prevent the overpopulation of cats and dogs by providing no/low-cost spay and neuter procedures in the San Antonio and Bexar county area. Since they began, they have provided surgery to over 120,000 animals and have worked hard to provide pet wellness and education outreach services to their city.nbsp;img alt=”” src=”/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/SpaySA-Address-Image_0.png” style=”width: 250px; height: 110px; margin: 8px; float: right;” //ppFrom our beginning in 1957, we have assumed a leadership role in advocating low-cost spaying and altering as the most effective means of preventing the births of dogs and cats, and their abandonment, suffering and mass killing. For more than five decades, we have operated the only nationwide breeding control program in the United States facilitating more than 2.5 million spay/neuter procedures.nbsp;/ppOur partnership with SpaySA is an excellent example of how we assist municipal pounds so that fewer dogs and cats become homeless, harmed and killed.nbsp;/ppIf yoursquo;d like to learn more about our program or find out how to purchase a certificate, a href=”/programs/spaying-neutering/spay-and-neuter-certificates”you can click here/a.nbsp;/pdivnbsp;/div

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