-Press Release, Vance County Animal Shelter
Vance County Animal Services is pleased to announce that they are a recipient of two $2,500 Spay/Neuter Grants from Community Partnership for Pets; received from The Reynolds Foundation and The Doris Day Foundation.
These grants were applied for and will be used for:
- Spay/Neuter for pets of citizens in the community that do not qualify for the state-funded spay/neuter program.
Vance County Animal Services is also pleased to announce that they are a recipient of a $5,709 Medical Grant from Community Partnership for Pets; received from DJ&T Foundation.
This grant was applied for and will be used for:
- Medical services deemed necessary by the veterinarian for citizens’ animal(s) at the time of spay/neuter.
These funds will help citizens in our community get their personal pets spayed/neutered to reduce the number of unwanted animals being born in the community. This will also reduce the number of animal intakes at the Vance County Animal Shelter.
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