Fixing Twenty-Eight On The 28th

What a perfect way to celebrate National Spay Neuter Awareness Day, February 28, 2017. This was the seventh spay neuter clinic that we have initiated, coordinated and co-sponsored and the second time we've been lucky enough to collaborate with both Tabby's Place and Lambertville Animal Welfare.

At the end of December 2016, our three organizations tested an idea to hold a TNR Class, then follow up a couple of weeks later with a spay neuter clinic for TNR only. Participants in the class were offered incentives to practice newly learned skills and given first preference at the clinic. This idea worked so well that we all decided to repeat the process again on February 28, 2017. Thank you both for your generous support; by working together, we were able to spay and neuter twenty eight ferals and community cats at this clinic.

We were fortunate to be able to again schedule the People For Animals Spay Station mobile clinic (on relatively short notice) at Tabby's Place in Ringoes, NJ. Many thanks to Dr. David Croman, Jane Guillaume and Kevin Moore for providing their expertise that made this TNR clinic a success. Also, a huge thank you to HL volunteer, Madeline Sunga and Tabby's Place volunteer, Marin McArthur for their enthusiastic help throughout the day. It was a long day and we appreciate your efforts.

Here are some photos from the clinic. Enjoy!

 

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