Happy New Year to everyone and thank you so much for all your support in 2013!!!
We are proud to post our 2013 accomplishments and could not do it without everyone involved in our very important, worthwhile and lifesaving work in our target areas.
The Animal Care Network will carry on in 2014 rescuing, spaying and neutering, educating and providing assistance and transportation for pet owners.
Ultimately our hope is that our rescue numbers will continue to decrease as our spay neuter numbers increase, which shows positive results for all of our hard work. This will indicate that the spaying and neutering is decreasing the litters being born, which in turn decreases the unwanted and homeless dogs and cats being abandoned, let go and surrendered.
Our food assistance program is vital to help pet owners having financial, medical and other difficulties to keep their pets without worrying about how they are going to feed them.
Our spay/neuter program allows us to assist pet owners with low/no cost spay neuter and vaccines and also provides transportation to get these animals to the vet for those that have no means to do so, whether it be lack of a vehicle, physical or medical issues.
Dogs and cats are transported to several different veterinarians for spay and neuter every single Monday – Friday.
Our street teams will continue to patrol the streets, rescuing dogs and cats, delivering doghouses, straw, passing out educational literature and speaking to pet owners about spay/neuter and proper and humane care of dogs and cats.
Here’s to a productive, meaningful and humane 2014!!!
Please continue to support and donate to the Animal Care Network!
Whoever is righteous has regard for the life of his beast, but the mercy of the wicked is cruel.