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The results for the ASPCA challenge are in and Yakima came in 11th overall in the challenge, saving 449 more lives than last year and 1,320 total! The Animal Rescue League in Pennsylvania won the Community Engagement award and The City of San Antonio Animal Care won the 100K.
Yakima posted this on Facebook:
On behalf of our staff / volunteer team and the Yakima Community, we congratulate ALL winners in the ASPCA #100KChallenge! Especially the 1,320 animals who found homes through our shelter in just 91 days! Our community won $6,000 going toward spay/neuter initiatives. Yakima, It's a start -- and with YOUR continued support, low-cost spay/neuter will be a reality in our community! Stay tuned!
Meet NOAH’s 50,000th patient! This sweet like feral kitty was brought in by one of our foster families. NOAH is very proud to celebrate its 50,000th spay & neuter surgery since opening in 2003.
How you can help:
The foster program needs supplies. Consider donating items like:
Become a Foster Care Volunteer!
Becoming a Foster Parent requires attending a Volunteer Orientation & Foster Care Training 101. For more information or to attend the class, please call (360) 629-7055.
Click here for more about our Foster Program.
Support a Statewide Spay/Neuter Program
Pet Friendly license plates are now available for purchase statewide at all vehicle-licensing offices. Sales will benefit a statewide spay and neuter program. Click here to find out how to get yours.
Spay/Neuter Legislation in Washington State
The following is from www.savewashingtonpets.org. Visit their website to learn how you can help get this important legislation passed.
In Washington State, a survey of shelters revealed that over 60,000 cats and dogs were reported euthanized in Washington shelters in 2005. The number of animals actually euthanized is higher, since only one third of the survey recipients responded. Between 2001 and 2005, large shelters that consistently responded to the survey reported euthanizing between 45 and 48 percent of the animals brought to them each year. The euthanasia rate has remained at these levels for the last several years.
The Sensible Solution
Spay/Neuter. The most effective and humane way to reduce the number of animals dying in shelters is a targeted, statewide spay/neuter program.
We need spay/neuter legislation to save animals' lives. Learn more about the crisis of animal homelessness and the draft bill to help address this urgent problem. Let us know that you'll join us to get a bill passed in the 2009 legislative session.
The purpose of the bill is to provide funding to assist low-income owners of cats and dogs to obtain affordable spay/neuter surgeries, and to provide for spay/neuter surgeries on feral and free-roaming cats. The bill does not make spay/neuter surgery mandatory.
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