Free Spay/Neuter Pet Winners Announced!
To celebrate 10 pawsome years in the community, Fur a Good Paws had a 10th Anniversary 10 Pets’ Free Spay/Neuter drawing in March.
We received 37 pet entries (25 dogs, 12 cats) by email and post. In the photo are Donna Corry, Fur a Good Paws treasurer, and Trudy Lambird, co-founder/vice-president, who drew the 10 pet names. Here are the 10 winning pets. Seven dogs and three cats were the lucky 10 whose names got drawn.
Their spay/neuter will be fully sponsored by Fur a Good Paws, including testing for heartworm (dogs) and feline leukemia (cats). Fur a Good Paws is grateful to Dr. Loy Hosselton at the Flora Veterinary Clinic for granting a 15% discount towards the spay/neuter cost of these 10 pets.
No furry friend should be a loser. So, for the pets whose names did not get drawn, Fur is Good Paws is offering spay/neuter vouchers that will cover a partial but significant part of the surgery cost.
Spaying/neutering your pet is a wise decision, and the best lifelong decision you can make for your four-legged friend. Your pet will have a longer, healthier life, and will also not contribute to accidental litters and pet overpopulation.
Congratulations to all the pets that entered our 10th anniversary spay/neuter drawing. A healthy, happy life to them all.
What your donation helps?
As an all-volunteer group, your donated dollar goes directly towards:
1) Spay/neuter voucher assistance, including helping limited-income households with fixing their pets.
2) Emergency/necessary veterinary treatment of injured homeless and neglected animals in Clay County, Illinois.
Need Help Fixing Your Pet?
If you are on low income and need financial assistance with spaying/neutering your pet, please call us. A quick phone call to our volunteers can help save the lives of many unwanted litters. Call 217-218-5563 or 618-599-7830.
Please don't litter. Fix your critter.
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