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COLUMBIA, S.C. (July 5, 2012) – The Animal Mission, which promotes pet adoptions and promotes spay/neuters throughout the Midlands, announces that it has provided vouchers for 17,409 free spay and neuter surgeries for pets in the Midlands.
This news comes as the City of Columbia Animal Shelter’s fiscal year ended June 30, 2012. The Animal Mission has spent over $800,000 providing free spay and neuter vouchers since the organization began offering them in 2006.
The Animal Mission is the only organization in the Midlands that offers the surgery vouchers for free. Because of the Animal Mission’s generosity, for the first time in 14 years, the City of Columbia Animal Shelter took in fewer than 12,000 stray animals, indicating that the Animal Mission’s spay and neuter voucher distribution efforts are making an impact.
“The Animal Mission knows that spaying and neutering is the only way to limit pet overpopulation, and we were excited to hear that the shelter took in fewer stray animals than it has in years. We strongly encourage pet adoptions from area shelters, but pet overpopulation is a problem that we can’t adopt our way out of,” said Jim Sonefeld, president of the Animal Mission. “When the shelter takes in fewer animals, that means fewer tax dollars are spent to run the shelter, and that is also work the Animal Mission is very proud of.”
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About the Animal Mission
The Animal Mission is a 501(c)3 charitable organization in South Carolina that promotes pet adoptions, enhances conditions and outcomes for shelter animals, educates people on pet and humane issues and promotes spay/neuters throughout the Midlands. The Animal Mission does not operate a shelter— instead it raises funds and distributes those funds to worthy projects, communities and organizations. The organization is run solely by volunteers and has no paid staff.