Raising funds to save the lives of dogs and cats in Chattanooga
July 12, 2016
Chattaneuter wrote -
Help ChattaNeuter raise the roof and open the doors! Housed in the former Brainerd Animal Hospital, ChattaNeuter's building needs to be updated in order to serve its clients. The building will have to have a new roof, electrical wiring, water heater and heating & air before the doors can open.
Opening this clinic will make a huge difference in Chattanooga. With over 1500 dogs and cats in local shelters every day and more on the streets, pet overpopulation is a problem that has not yet been solved. ChattaNeuter will help prevent animals from entering shelters by providing owners with the resources they need to keep their pets and educating pet owners and the community. ChattaNeuter will provide subsidized spay/neuter services to area shelters as well.
This capital campaign is hugely important to making ChattaNeuter a reality for the community and creating the Chattanooga we know it can be -- a community where resources match needs and Chattanooga is reinvented as a model community for animal welfare.