A low-cost spay and neuter clinic held an opening celebration for itself last Friday. According to the Providence Journal the Rhode Island Community Spay and Neuter Clinic has actually been open since the beginning of July, and has since neutered 900 cats and dogs. Initial funding came in the form of a $350,000 grant from the Rhode Island Foundation. Money well spent. So a big thanks to them as well as the facility operators, Ocean State Animal Coalition, whose stated mission is,
. . . to end pet overpopulation by providing high quality, subsidized companion animal and feral cat sterilization services. OSAC wants to ensure a non-lethal solution to homeless, abandoned and feral animal populations so that euthanasia is no longer an acceptable means of population control.
Go here to volunteer or donate to the OSAC. The problem of animal overpopulation has a solution — spay and neuter your pets.
Rhode Island Community Spay and Neuter Clinic, 235 Elm Street, Warwick
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