First Norfolk Pet Project clinic, April 16, 2010

Thank you, thank you, thank you to all of the wonderful people who participated in the clinic!

Lindsay Harding saw our listing on Craig’s List.  She then went on our website, spayhr.org.  She brought her dog, Kira, who is 17 months old, to be spayed.  She said, “This is a good opportunity because it’s expensive especially for people with low income.” She also said, “There are so many animals in the shelter; it is terrible and so sad.”

Kristen Rodencal received a flier on her car and called our number.  She said, “I see so many cats in the neighborhood.  This cat had 4 kittens in January and I took 3 of them to the NSPCA.  I will call to get the remaining kitten fixed at next month’s clinic.”

Chuck Zahourek found spayhr.org on the web.  He brought Toby, his 5 year old dog, to be neutered.  At one time he wanted to breed Toby, but now said, “He is too rambunctious so we decided to have him neutered.”

Adrienne Harris read the Compass article about Spay Hampton Roads and then called our phone number.  She said that she brought in one cat of about 15 strays she feeds in the neighborhood.  She has gone to PETA to have several spayed and neutered.  She reports, “I could only catch one cat this morning, but would have brought two if I could have caught another.”  She said, “I will call and set up to bring 2 cats in May at the next clinic.”


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3 thoughts on “First Norfolk Pet Project clinic, April 16, 2010

  1. I, too, brought some feral cats to be spayed at your clinic. While I was there, several people passing by saw the SNIP mobile. They stopped to inquire and were given information about spayhr.org. They were all excited about learning this info. and planned to bring their pets to the May clinic. The info. was verbal though; it would have been nice for some printed material to have on hand! Great project! Thank you!

    • I CANT SAY THANK YOU ENOUGH TO ALL THE ART STAFF. I COULD NEVER AFFORD TO HAVE THE STRAYS THAT I FEED S/N . IT HAS ALSO HELPED ME TO FIND SOME VERY GOOD HOMES FOR SOME OF THESE ANIMALS AND TO PUT A BIG DENT IN THE STRAY POPULATION. WITH HEARTFELT THANKS

      ADRIENNE

  2. Pingback: Getting a jump start on kitten AND puppy season | Spayhr's Blog

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