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June 29, 2011: The Animal Mission is putting $20,000 towards spaying and neutering cats and dogs at the County’s animal shelter that are up for adoption. The group is also making $25,000 in spay/neuter coupons available to Fairfield County residents. The coupons can be used for a free or discount spay/neuter at a local vet, the HSPCA in Columbia or Pets Inc. in West Columbia. Coupons are available at the Fairfield County Animal Adoption Center, 1678 US 321 Business North.
Since 2006, The Animal Mission has raised over $789,000 and funded over 13,000 spay/neuters across the Midlands. “We are seeing a difference,” said Gillespie. “The Columbia/Richland County Animal Shelter reported a 10% drop in animal intakes and a 10% decrease in euthanasia last year as a result of the program,” Gillespie said. The group expanded its efforts beyond Richland County last summer by offering spay/neuter coupons in Fairfield, Kershaw, Calhoun and Orangeburg Counties. “Because of the success of last year’s campaign, we decided to once again make coupons available,” Gillespie said. “Good things are happening in Fairfield County, the community is behind our efforts and we want to be a part of the positive change for our pets,” she said.
The Animal Mission’s on-going efforts are made possible from private and corporate donations and by money raised at Party Animals, the organization’s annual fundraiser. In addition to funding spay/neuter efforts, The Animal Mission continues to encourage cat and dog adoptions from area shelters and to educate people on pet issues and the humane treatment of all animals.