Animal Friends has always been on the forefront of progressive programming and developing innovative strategies to reduce, and ultimately end, pet overpopulation. Now, to further our commitment to pets and pet owners in our region, we are on our way toward making our lifesaving vision a reality.
This exciting $8.5 million project will center on the development of a fully-equipped public spay/neuter clinic and pet vaccination center targeting low-income families and underserved pet populations who are struggling to afford basic pet care. The building will also allow for the expansion of our community-based Chow Wagon Pet Food Bank and an enhancement of our Humane Investigations program.
The Howard Ash Animal Wellness Center, with an expected grand opening of early 2017, will enable us to significantly expand our commitment to end pet overpopulation through aggressive spay/neuter while offering compassionate, affordable resources so pets can remain in their homes – healthy and supported – where they belong.
Please make a donation to this life-changing and lifesaving project.
Know that every gift to our project is meaningful to us! Gifts of $5,000 or more include a naming opportunity in our new facility. Please contact David at DSwisher@ThinkingOutsideTheCage.org for more information about gifts at this level.