Thursday April 11, 2013, 9:13 am
Another place that is working towards the same goal of a no kill city via neutering/spaying is San Antonio, Texas. The amount of unwanted, homeless and abandoned animals was staggering and they decided to proactively do something about it. Through, education, "mash" style neutering/spaying clinics by Veterinarians donating time , talent and skill, volunteers from a group called SNIPSA (manned by humans that are truly angels) that do this there, local businesses, government, groups, activities sponsored, other groups, rescues and all people,working together for the homeless and abandoned animals there, everyone has gotten involved! This problem has been brought to the forefront, and it is truly helping! I mention them here because I have personal knowledge of them and they are a shining example of what can be done for the good of all!. (It's all on the internet to find out more about.) People need to know about this so that they understand it will not cost them revenue, but rather save revenue from a financial perspective. The cost of saving the lives of innocent, sentient loving beings that have found themselves, abandoned, homeless, in fear, hungry, ill health through no fault of their own, is as they say, priceless!
West Virginia can do the same. This is something that can be done by supporting SB 202 to create a spay/neuter fund!