SpayKnox Helps Alter 2,006 Pets

The spay/neuter assistance program in Knox County, Tenn., provided funds to spay or neuter 2,006 cats and dogs during the year 2006.

Posted: December 19, 2006, 5 a.m. EST

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SpayKnox reached their 2,006th spay/neuter in 2006 and is working towards feral cat and dog population control
SpayKnox subsidized 2006 spay/neuter surgeries for cats and dogs in 2006.
SpayKnox recently celebrated the achievement of a notable goal: subsidizing its 2,006th spay/neuter surgery in the year 2006. The Knox County, Tenn., animal welfare group works with local animal shelters to provide spay/neuter subsidies to low-income residents. The ultimate goal is to end the euthanasia of healthy animals by controlling the population of unwanted cats and dogs.

SpayKnox is able to subsidize the cost of spay/neuter surgeries through funds from charitable donations, foundation grants, corporate giving programs and fundraising efforts. The group will work with Knox County shelters to determine if the spay/neuter efforts of 2006 impact the numbers of animals surrendered to shelters in 2007.

For more information about SpayKnox, visit the group’s website.

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