Thanks to a generous grant, we have $15 copay spay/neuter vouchers available
South Pacific County Humane Society (SPCHS) has received a grant award from The Washington Federation of Animal Care and Control Agencies (“The Federation”), which will enable the completion of approximately 50 spay/neuter surgeries of pets belonging to low-income residents of south Pacific County.
The SPCHS is pleased to be able to partner with The Federation to provide these vital spay/neuter surgeries and improve the quality of life for animals and their guardians in south Pacific County.
The funds for this grant award are made possible by the sale of Washington State “Spay/Neuter” license plates. In an effort to be proactive regarding the pet overpopulation problem, revenue from the sale of these license plates has been earmarked through an agreement with the State of Washington for spay/neuter surgeries for dogs and cats in Washington State.
Since 2007, The Federation has awarded over $375,000 in license plate grant funds to qualifying animal welfare organizations throughout Washington State. These funds have enabled the completion of nearly 15,000 spay/neuter surgeries for pets of low-income households and feral or free-roaming cats.
The grant is met with spay/neuter funds of SPCHS, furthering their mission to promote compassionate care, spay/neuter, and placement of cats and dogs through service and education. The shelter’s vision is to envision the community of South Pacific County where every cat and dog has a loving home, free of abuse and neglect.
Available: Vouchers are available while grant funds remain; approximately 50 vouchers total.
Good For: Spay/Neuter of a cat or dog at Oceanside Veterinary Clinic, with a co-pay of only $15.
To apply: Stop by the shelter at 330 NE Second St in Long Beach.
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Learn about these important surgeries on our page, "About Spay/Neuter"