Friday, December 18, 2015
On the second (third, fourth and fifth!) day of Christmas Animal Friends gave to Jackie and her kittens four spay/neuter surgeries!
This is Cavatelli, Jackie, Rigatoni and Penne. A pregnant Jackie was rescued by a Good Samaritan, Rebecca. Rebecca found Jackie as a pregnant stray and brought her into her home so she could have a safe place to nurse and care for her kittens.
Rebecca brought Jackie to Animal Friends to be spayed through our Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Program. As a result, Jackie got us to our goal to spay/neuter at least 10,000 animals in 2013! Not only that, Jackie’s three kittens were our 10,001st, 10,002nd and 10,003rd surgeries of the year!
Animal Friends knows that low-cost spay/neuter programming is the only way to proactively relieve the pet overpopulation problem in our region. Jackie and her kittens were lucky to have been found by Rebecca. But not all pets are as fortunate to escape from the abuse, neglect and unwarranted euthanasia of pet overpopulation.
But we can’t fight the pet overpopulation crisis alone. To be a true resource to pet owners and communities, we need you.
Click here to make a difference in the lives of pets and people – like Rebecca, Jackie and her kittens.
And thanks to an incredibly generous challenge from an anonymous donor your donation will be matched dollar for dollar up to $100,000 through Dec. 31.
Click here to make your donation go further today.