On the eighth (and ninth!) day of Christmas, Animal Friends gave to Verdana and Tahoma two spay/neuter surgeries!
Verdana and Tahoma made their way to Animal Friends through a Humane Investigations case. Their former owners had released these two baby rabbits into the wild to fend for themselves. On that winter night they were rescued, their lives would be forever changed. Not only would these two kits be given a second chance to find a loving, forever home but they’d be given a longer, healthier life because they would be spayed/neutered.
Each pet brought into Animal Friends is spayed/neutered before being cleared for adoption. We know spaying/neutering is not only necessary for each pet’s health and well-being but it’s the compassionate, proactive way to combat the pet overpopulation crisis in our region
And, we won’t stop with the animals in our care. For more than 20 years, we’ve been committed to ensuring that affordable spay/neuter services are available to every pet owner – especially those struggling to make ends meet. This year alone our Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Program has completed an amazing 9,000 spay/neuter surgeries and every day we receive dozens of new calls from pet owners desperate for our high-quality, low-cost services.
Right now, you can ensure that more pets have access to a critical – and affordable – spay/neuter surgery.
Thanks to a very generous donor, there is no better time to give! Now through Dec. 31, every donation given to our Year-End Campaign will be matched dollar-for-dollar, up to $100,000.
Right now your support can go twice as far – helping twice as many animals.
Please click here to maximize this very generous challenge.
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