There’s More Than One Litter Problem in Your Neighborhood

How to Get Your Cat Spayed or Neutered

They never asked to be born, but their mother’s owner figured the local animal shelter would surely find them homes.  They didn’t realize that most of the millions of unwanted animals put to death each year are not strays.  They are puppies and kittens born into nice homes like yours.

Having your pet spayed or neutered is the only way to reduce the sad number of ownerless dogs and cats destroyed each year.  It will also increase your pet’s chance of living a longer and healthier life.  That responsibility is yours, and yours alone, so be a responsible pet owner.

Have your pet spayed or neutered.  And while you’re at it, send a donation to your local humane organization.  Help them help those that can’t help themselves.

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