The hard work and dedication of all the animal advocates in Cape May County has paid off for the animals! Cape May County effectively reached no-kill status in 2010. Congratulations to one and all! We need to continue with the programs and not let up for a minute. Paws and Claws Society contributions to this achievement are many. Read more:

CAPE MAY COUNTY, NJ — To help reach more low-income families and individuals with unaltered animals, Paws and Claws has placed applications for their FREE Fix-A-Friend spay/neuter program at participating local veterinary offices.

Families and individuals currently receiving any one of the nine (9) New Jersey programs of financial assistance can have their pet spayed or neutered by a top professional veterinarian where they can have confidence knowing that their pet’s health is a top priority. Applicants are required to provide proof of county residence and confirmation of their eligibility in one of the approved New Jersey programs. Applications can be completed and surgery appointments made at participating veterinary offices.

See the press release.

See the letter sent to veterinarians.

Also see information on the Cat Spay Day Program in Burlington County.

 

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