Friday, June 10, 2011

Spay Neuter Resources for pet owners with limited incomes

Rescues, animal control facilities, and shelters across the country tirelessly work to save as many animals through adoption programs. The reality is ... we simply can't adopt our way out of the overpopulation problem. Millions of healthy adoptable dogs and cats across the country are euthanized each year.

Help us get the word out about the importance of spaying and neutering your pet. For many, limited income is what prevents them from spaying/neutering their beloved pet. Just recently a new resource has become available to the Minnesota community through the support of the Animal Humane Society ... Kindest Cut:

Kindest Cut provides low cost, high quality spay neuter surgeries for cats, dogs and rabbits through a traveling mobile surgical unit. Services are geared to pet owners with limited incomes in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area on an appointment basis and are performed by licensed veterinarians who are skilled at small animal care.

Spaying and neutering your pet is one of the kindest things you can do for him or her and for all animals. When you fix your pet you’ll help with pet overpopulation by ending the cycle of unwanted litters. Such a simple surgery can help reduce animal homelessness and save lives.

To learn more visit the Kindest Cut website:

Another resource available to pet owners on limited incomes is Minnesota Spay Neuter Assistance Program (MNSNAP ... The following video is a great video that will introduce you to the work of MNSNAP.

To learn more about Pet Haven's Spay Neuter Initiative click here.

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