Support Community Spay/Neuter in Fayette County, TN

Support Community Spay/Neuter in Fayette County, TN

From Fayette County Animal Rescue

Approximately 3.7 million animals are euthanized each year. Help prevent unwanted litters by supporting Fayette County Animal Rescue's Community Spay/Neuter Assistance Program. http://www.fayettefcar.com/snapsummary.

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1 day ago

Thank you so much for your support of Fayette County Animal Rescue's Community Spay/Neuter Program! In 2018 we altered over 200 cats and dogs!! That will make a huge difference in the number of uncared for pets in our community. In 2019 our goal is to alter 400 dogs and cats. A very aggressive goal but we can do it with your support. Thank you!

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Approximately 3.7 million animals are euthanized each year, due to the fact that there are just not enough willing adopters. Fayette County Animal Rescue (FCAR) is working to alleviate that problem in Fayette County, TN by offering a Community Spay/Neuter Assistance Program. 

FCAR works with local veterinarians to provide free spay/neuter services to residents of Fayette County, TN. Please consider donating towards to this program so that we can continue to offer and expand this critical service to our community. On average it costs >$250 to rescue and vet a "healthy" dog or cat. The costs go up significantly to address the myriad of medical issues that most animals who are rescued must be treated for. 

However we can spay or neuter one animal for a fraction of that cost and prevent up to two litters a year of 3-12 kittens or puppies. The difference we can make in decreasing the population of unwanted animals in Fayette County is HUGE! 

You can view the program success to date with specific information on animals spayed/neutered via this program at http://www.fayettefcar.com/snapsummary. Please donate to this very important program and spread the word to increase awareness of the importance of spaying and neutering your pet.

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Update #1

Thank you so much for your support of Fayette County Animal Rescue's Community Spay/Neuter Program! In 2018 we altered over 200 cats and dogs!! That will make a huge difference in the number of uncared for pets in our community. In 2019 our goal is to alter 400 dogs and cats. A very aggressive goal but we can do it with your support. Thank you!

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