Local group providing financial assistance to spay, neuter pets
Mitchell Animal Rescue announced Thursday in a news release that it has begun providing financial assistance to pet owners who need help getting their pets spayed or neutered.
The new effort is called "SNIP," which is an acronym for Spay Neuter Incentive Program. The program will pay a portion or the entire bill to spay or neuter a pet, based on the pet owner's income.
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