Spay Neuter Saves Lives!

Did you know that approximately 270 animals are euthanized every hour, in the United States? This only includes what can be "quantified", not all the senseless deaths of animals in our communities (in back yards, on the streets, etc.). It does not include all the animals living, warehoused and miserable. The number one threat animals face is there are TOO MANY! Too many kittens, too many cats, too many puppies, too many dogs. Our mind-set of "spay the mom after having an unwanted litter" and "give away" the pups/kittens (without those being fixed) only means MORE unwanted next season, and so on and so on... There are NOT enough committed homes. Every litter hurts. We are better and smarter than this. SPAY NEUTER SPAY NEUTER SPAY NEUTER SPAY NEUTER!

2018 So Far:

Dogs
Cats
Lives Saved

59 minutes ago

Spay/Neuter Coalition

RIP little one. 😔 We’re sorry you were born into the world only to endure suffering that could have all been avoided by spay and neuter. Thank you, supporters, for continuing to spread this important message. ... See MoreSee Less

RIP little one. 😔 We’re sorry you were born into the world only to endure suffering that could have all been avoided by spay and neuter. Thank you, supporters, for continuing to spread this important message.

Comment on Facebook

Heartbreaking

He was such a fighter!

13 hours ago

Spay/Neuter Coalition

Your support matters to lives like these... all of these kitties, from Gordon County, GA, are getting spayed/neutered, vaccinated, and ear tipped tomorrow. They will then be returned back to their location and will not be producing any more kittens. Thank you, donors and supporters! 😻 ... See MoreSee Less

1 day ago

Spay/Neuter Coalition

We LOVE opossums and they are so beneficial to us (including major tick-control).

Center for Biological Diversity
Opossums are pretty awesome! Their superpowers include:

1) Eating 4,000 ticks in a week
2) Total immunity to rattlesnakes, cottonmouths, and other vipers
3) They’ve been around since the age of dinosaurs
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Comment on Facebook

My favorite mare, the one I raised from a foal, died of EPM, as did her sire, my first horse. Opossum will never eat enough ticks to be welcome on my property. They also brought fleas to my barn cats.

Gave my horse EPM but I still don’t hate them. Everything has its purpose in the ecosystem.

Rogues’ Gallery

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