What do surgery lights, vital sign monitors, vacuum cleaners, anesthesia machines, warming mats, and computerized scheduling software all have in common? They all require electricity to operate - electricity that currently costs as much as $800 per month to keep everything running and provide the best environment for the cats and dogs in our care during their stay.
Critters Without Litters is committed to moving forward with a plan of long-term sustainability by having our clinic outfitted with solar power. With solar, we will be able to generate the power necessary to keep spaying and neutering pets for years to come, but we can't do it alone. We are asking for your support to raise the $40,000 necessary for us to have solar power installed on our clinic.
Your contribution will not only help the pets of Kern County today, but will help pets for years to come. Please join the Critters Crew in helping the companion animals in our community. Together, we can be the solution.
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