Please copy the attached poster with the next four voucher issue dates, share it with your friends & neighbors, send it to your organization contacts, and post it in your community where ever possible.
Also attached is a ½ sheet handout with the next four SNAP voucher issue dates. Please copy and give to anyone who may need to spay/neuter their pets.
A pet owner can receive multiple vouchers.
Spay/Neuter Assistance for Pets, Inc (SNAP) will issue about 120 free spay/neuter vouchers to low income Monroe County Residents on Saturday, October 10th from 10 to 11am. Vouchers will be available at the Cora Veal Senior Center, 144 College Street in Madisonville A picture ID or other proof of residency is required.
Any qualified low income resident of Monroe County can obtain free spay/neuter vouchers at the voucher issue sessions. If someone cannot attend a SNAP voucher issue session, a friend or relative can pick up a voucher - proof of residence and information about pet owner & pet must be provided.
The next four SNAP voucher issue sessions are scheduled on the following Saturdays:
- Oct 10th 2015 at Madisonville Cora Veal Senior Center; 10am – 11am
- Nov 14th 2015 at Sweetwater City Hall; 10am – 11am
- Dec 12th 2015 at Sweetwater City Hall; 10am – 11am
- Jan 9th 2016 at Madisonville Cora Veal Senior Center 10 – 11am
Funding to pay for the vouchers issued in 2015 will be provided by grants from Radio Systems Corporation–Petsafe, PetSmart ® Charities, Thornton S. and Katrina D. Glide Foundation, East Tennessee Foundation (Fund for Monroe County), Bissell Pet Foundation, Humane Society of United States’-Lowell Fund, Monroe County Friends of Animals, and Starlight Foundation.
Bookmark this link: http://smile.amazon.com/ch/74-3083045
- 0.5% of your eligible Amazon shopping will benefit Spay Neuter Assistance For Pets Inc. In August, SNAP received $35.05 from Amazon Smile.
I love the Mid-Year Shelter results. See attached line graph, 2015 Projection 6 Months Data. The estimated 2015 year end Shelter statistics are reductions of 14% Intake and 38% Euthanasia compared to 2014. When compared to 2009 peak year, the estimated reductions are 51% Intake and 81% Euthanasia. This assumes the next 6 months results are same as first 6 months.
For more info, go to SNAP Web Site: http://www.orgsites.com/tn/spay-neuter-monroe-county/