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Friday Films: Neuter that Boy, Spay that Girl

imageIn “celebration” of World Spay Day and the hundreds of spay/neuter surgeries being done this Sunday for Spay Day Sacramento, today’s Friday Film features a catchy little number called Neuter that Boy, Spay that Girl.  Every February, Sacramento area veterinarians and volunteers join together to spay and neuter hundreds of dogs and cats belonging to income-qualified families on Spay Day Sacramento.  Since 2000, 7,700 dogs and cats have been altered through Spay Day Sacramento, preventing the births of thousands of unwanted animals and reducing the burden on area shelters.  Spay Day Sacramento is headed up by the Sacramento Area Animal Coalition (SAAC), who partners with local shelters, U.C. Davis Vet School, several dedicated veterinary clinics, and numerous committed veterinarians, veterinary technicians, and other volunteers.DidYouKnow

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Spay Day 2012 will be held on Sunday, February 26.

For more information on Spay Day, contact SAAC.


February 24, 2012 - Posted by | Animal Welfare/Protection, Cat Health, Dogs, Education, Events, Friday Films, Pet overpopulation, Sacramento Area Animal Coalition (SAAC), Spay/neuter, Volunteers, YouTube Videos | , ,

1 Comment

  1. So great to see you on the blog hop! And what an important message to send! I think the Sacramento area vets that volunteer to do this program are amazing. When I took in my two kitties I qualified for the low-cost spay/neuter programs near me, and I am so happy to see that there are other programs out there as well! Keep up the great work!

    Comment by FourPawSavings (@FourPawSavings) | February 25, 2012

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