Spay To Save’s First Spay Neuter Clinic!
Spay To Save held it first Spay Neuter Clinic on February 27, 2011!  Thanks to the volunteer efforts of veterinarian, Dr. Linda Allen, veterinary technician, Allyson McLaughlin, and assistant, Aimee Allen, from the Pacific Northwest Veterinary Hospital in Sequim, WA, Spay To Save was able to celebrate National Spay Month with a trial run with its new Mobile Spay Neuter Clinic.  It was an exciting day for all of us! Everything went smoothly and we spayed and neutered 12 cats from the Sequim, WA area!  We are so grateful to the volunteer veterinary team and all the other Spay To Save volunteers, including Sharon Palmer, Peninsula Friends of Animals Spay Neuter Coordinator, who worked so hard to make the day a success!


And we could not have held our first clinic without the tremendous support we’ve received from our community!  Thank you all for your donations that make it all possible!
Spay To Save has an urgent need to raise $20,000 to purchase surgical equipment, instruments and supplies.  Residents are anxious for our services and are already calling Spay To Save to set up spay neuter appointments for their animals.  But, we won’t be able to provide help on a consistent basis until we raise more funds.  
The need for high quality, low cost spay neuter services for low income residents is so great, and cats are already in heat!  In a couple of short months kitten season will once again be upon us.   We will again be overwhelmed with thousands of unwanted litters of kittens and puppies in our community.  And many will die until we get a handle on our pet overpopulation problem.

 
Spay and neutering our animals saves lives.
Please save the animals by donating to Spay To Save by clicking the “Donate” button on our website or by sending a check to:  Spay To Save, P.O. Box 2453, Port Angeles, WA  98362.
Thank you all for your continued support.
Sue Miles, President, Spay To Save