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  • Laura McKieran
    Folks, please see the below press release regarding Neuter Scooter for a Nickel. While this certainly isn t San Antonio s first Neuter Scooter event, this is
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 13, 2007
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      Folks, please see the below press release regarding Neuter Scooter for a Nickel.  While this certainly isn't San Antonio's first Neuter Scooter event, this is a landmark year:  ACS will be providing neuter surgeries at the 210 Tuleta facility for the first time ever.  There are 13 agencies doing surgeries this year.   - see below for the list.  Many thanks to them, and to SNAP for organizing the event.
       
      Please spread the word among your coworkers, friends, and neighbors.  If you're interested in volunteering, please reply to this email and I'll get your contact info to the right people.
       
      Thanks -
      Laura McK
       

      Spay-Neuter Assistance Program

      4118 McCullough, Ste. 15
      San Antonio, TX 78212
       
      MEDIA CONTACT:
      Marcy Lynch
      210-846-1525
       
      PUBLIC CONTACT:
      SNAP Mobile Clinic
      210-673-7722
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       

      FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

      February 12, 2006
       
       

      “Neuter Scooter for a Nickel” Promotion Saves Lives – Tuesday, February 27, 2007

       
      Spay Day USA in San Antonio
       
      In an aggressive effort to curb animal overpopulation, the Spay-Neuter Assistance Program, Inc., is hosting "Neuter Scooter for a Nickel," an annual campaign in association with Spay Day USA that invites cat guardians to get their male cats fixed for life--for just FIVE CENTS.   This is the 10th year SNAP has organized the local event. 
       
      SNAP and other participating veterinary clinics are supporting the national Spay Day USA campaign created to increase awareness about the tragedy of dog and cat overpopulation by recognizing the only viable solution to the problem is spaying and neutering dogs and cats.  Spaying and neutering results in the prevention of millions of unwanted births. Neutering male cats also reduces a cat's chances of developing testicular cancer, diminishes roaming tendencies, and decreases the urge to mark territory by spraying. If left intact, one male cat can sire an unlimited number of litters in his lifetime.
       
      While “Neuter Scooter for a Nickel” focuses attention on neutering male cats, unaltered male cats are only part of the national dog and cat overpopulation problem.  By performing high-quality sterilization surgeries, SNAP helps prevent unwanted animals from being born. 
          
      Area veterinary clinics participating are:
       
      Spay-Neuter Assistance Program – 673-7722 
      4 Paws Animal Hospital – 337-1919
      Castle West Animal Hospital – 344-8259 
      City Veterinary Hospital – 225-6531
      Animal Resource Center (ARC)  - 351-7729
       Pleasanton Road A. H. – 922-8387
      Sharpcare Animal Hospital – 680-5243
      Live Oak Animal Hospital – 653-8200
      Animal Defense League (ADL) – 655-1481
      Animal Care Services – 207-6671
      Compassionate Care Vet Svcs. – 641-4447
      Somerset Animal Clinic – 830-429-3647
        Ingram Park Animal Hospital – 680-1800
       


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