Spay/Neuter RV - helping our communities and the pets they love!July 8, 2021 | 2:28pm
Spay/Neuter RV - helping our communities and the pets they love!
STRAY RESCUE OF ST. LOUIS INTRODUCES MOBILE SPAY/NEUTER PROGRAM TO HELP LOCAL COMMUNITIES
FREE spay/neuter offered to owned pets in St. Louis City and beyond
St. Louis, Missouri – Stray Rescue of St. Louis works to prevent pet overpopulation in our local communities by offering free spay and neuter surgeries for owned pets with their new Spay/Neuter Vehicle.
Stray Rescue will travel to different areas within the city limits (and other communities from where they rescue animals in need) with spay/neuter events. The bus is equipped with a full surgical suite and the organization’s Veterinarian and Vet Tech team will provide compassionate sterilization surgeries. Each procedure will also include vaccinations (good for one year) and a microchip to help your family member get home quickly if they are ever lost.
Although Stray Rescue is a no-kill nonprofit in St. Louis city, 1.5 million shelter animals are euthanized across the United States every single year. By choosing adoption and spaying and neutering your pets, we can do our part to combat this overwhelming tragedy in our nation.
“First and foremost, spaying and neutering is the number one step in saving millions of innocent lives in our country. Shelters are euthanizing beautiful, healthy heartbeats simply because there are too many of them and not enough homes stepping up to adopt. With our spay/neuter bus and by offering FREE spay/neuters to underserved communities, we are hoping to help more people and of course the animals,” said Cassady Caldwell, Executive Director.
Stray Rescue’s first event on July 16th was a success, spaying and neutering 20 animals in Benton Park.
The second event, August 27th, spayed/neutered 24 animals, also in Benton Park.
The third & fourth events took place September 24th and October 7th, in Jonesburg MO. Over 63 animals were spayed and neutered.
To help us with our new spay/neuter mobile program and to do your part to help the pet overpopulation crisis, make a gift here!