Over 70,000 puppies and kittens are born in this country every day. Compare that to only 10,000 people born every day. It’s obvious that even if every man, woman and child adopted an unwanted pet, three would still not be enough homes for them. The misery of pet overpopulation can be prevented. Pets that are sterilized do not add to the problem.
The Sierra County Humane Society, Inc (SCHS) Spay-Neuter Program helps pet owners with the costs of spaying or neutering their pet. Since SCHS is solely funded through contributions and receives no financial support from any government entity, local or otherwise, it may not be possible to take care of everyone who wants the Humane Society’s help. Often a choice must be made, based on need and other reasons. To help us make that choice, please answer the questions on the form below as accurately as possible. If you are accepted into the SCHS SPAY-NEUTER PROGRAM, you will receive a rebate certificate in the mail within a week or so. With the certificate in hand, make the appointment with the veterinarian of your choice to have your companion animal sterilized. Once the operation on your pet is completed, send to the SCHS the rebate certificate filled out by your veterinarian. Important: You must have received your rebate certificate BEFORE you take your pet to the veterinarian. SCHS rebate certificates are not retroactive – NO exceptions.
PO Box 638
Williamsburg, NM 87942
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