RE: [Renfolks] Re: Storm relief
- They also accept all donations for towels, sheets etc. Also, in Houston, SNAP (Spay and Neuter Assistance Progam) is in need of everything at any given time. They provide free spay and neuter services to anyone that is need. They have a mobile unit that goes to poor neighborhoods and provides all services (shots etc.) for nothing. They will spay or neuter any animals that day in the mobile clinic for no cost. Please keep them in you thoughts too. I know that all animals need help and please support the SPCA first, but please check into SNAP.Nancy----- Original Message -----From: JamesSent: 9/3/2005 12:20:46 AMSubject: [Renfolks] Re: Storm reliefOn a side note to this, ALL of the animals in the N.O. SPCA were
evacuated to the Houston SPCA ahead of the storm. In addition, many of
the refugees have placed their fur children at the SPCA as they are in
shelters or other places that do not allow non-guide animals. Houston
SPCA can use any & all help they can get.
--- In Renfolks@yahoogroups.com, "Nancy" <fishelvis@e...> wrote:
> I know that this is politically incorrect, but please do not forget
> about the animals that were abandoned or stuck in shelters because
> their owners could not take care of them. The web site to give to
> these lovely creatures is www.spca.org. All shelters are looking for
> proud parents or donations.
- How could that be politically incorrect??? Pets are people, too!!!!----- Original Message -----From: NancySent: Friday, September 02, 2005 11:05 PMSubject: [Renfolks] Storm reliefI know that this is politically incorrect, but please do not forget
about the animals that were abandoned or stuck in shelters because
their owners could not take care of them. The web site to give to
these lovely creatures is www.spca.org. All shelters are looking for
proud parents or donations.