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Tuesday, February 22nd is HSUS's 17th Annual Spay Day.

If you or someone you know a pet who needs spaying or neutering and is strapped for cash, this is important info. In Chicago:
“We’re participating in Spay Day, although nearly every day is Spay Day for us,” Fasseas said. On a regular basis, PAWS Chicago offers free, or low-cost spaying or neutering several days a week — Sundays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. It’s free for pet owners on Medicaid or public assistance. They also offer free procedures for pets and owners who live in the following zip codes — 60617, 60619, 60620, 60621, 60628, 60629, 60636, 60639. Otherwise, the fee to spay or neuter a cat is $25 and $125 for a dog. Participants must pre-register. Call (773) 521-7729.
Outside of Chicago:
To find participating vets, clinics and pet centers nearest your, visit humanesociety.org/spaydayfind and type in your zip code.
Spaying or neutering your pet is a kindness to the animal.

1 comment:

Mike said...

FYI, the HSUS is not related to the American Humane Association ("No animals were harmed...") or your local animal shelter. The anti-hunting nutters of HSUS would like you to think so, but no.