Alabama Spay Day Promotion 2015
In Honor of World Spay Day,
Collaborative Efforts are Being Forged…
…between non-porfits and for-profits supporting spay/neuter in Birmingham, Al to fix 200 pets on World Spay Day, February 24, 2015. Friends of Cats and Dogs Foundation and The Animal League of Birmingham are proud to sponsor Alabama Spay Day 2015!
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For those with financial hardship, $20 spay and neuter certificates will be sold at Alabama Spay/Neuter Clinic, Mercy Animal Hospital, or Mercy West Spay/Neuter. Purchase your certificate on Saturday, February 14 from 1-5pm. Only 200 certificates are available and all surgeries will be performed on February 24 at Alabama Spay Neuter, Mercy Animal Hospital, or Mercy West Spay/Neuter. For more information, please call(205) 704-4108.
World Spay Day was initiated to shed a light on the need of spay/neuter due to high euthanasia rates. In Alabama alone, tens of thousands of healthy, adoptable cats and dogs are euthanized each year. Animal protection organizations and shelters simply don’t have the space or resources to provide care or find homes for them all. Together we can save lives by providing high-volume, low-cost sterilizations as the only humane, sustainable solution to the overpopulation of dogs and cats in Central Alabama.
If you have any questions about Alabama Spay Day or would like to make a tax deductible donation, please contact one of the participating organizations below:
Friends of Cats and Dogs Foundation is a 501(c)(3) and an all-volunteer based organization in the Birmingham, Alabama area. They provide many services to the community, but their primary mission is to address pet overpopulation through spaying & neutering.
Phone: (205) 704- 4108
Birmingham, AL 35213
The Animal League of Birmingham is a 501(c)(3) organization raising funds for non-profit rescues and shelters in Birmingham and the surrounding area who support the health, welfare, and general well being of animals in need. This organization was started by a group of women from diverse backgrounds who had a strong desire and a common goal to improve the quality of life for animals in need.
1401 Doug Baker Blvd. Suite 107-125
Birmingham, AL 35242
Alabama Spay/Neuter Clinic is a 501(c)(3) organization that seeks To provide high-volume, low-cost sterilization as the only humane, sustainable solution to the overpopulation of dogs and cats in Central Alabama. To maintain the highest level of veterinary care and customer service. To address and respond to the needs of our customers and to the best of our ability, assure that our services are available to everyone.
You may also obtain information from these participating for-profits:
Mercy Animal Hospital’s mission is to provide caring and comprehensive service for every pet that comes in their doors. Every animal’s health and well-being is important!
Phone: (205) 631-4432
Gardendale, AL 35071
Mercy West Spay/Neuter’ s mission is to provide a non-lethal solution to the problem of homeless, abandoned, and feral animal populations in Alabama, reducing the need and cost of euthanasia as a means of population control. Animal shelters throughout the Birmingham area are overwhelmed with unwanted animals, and consequently have heartbreakingly high euthanasia rates. The purpose of the clinic is to attack the issue of pet overpopulation by focusing on the root of the problem – too many animals having unwanted litters.