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Touch a Tail: Spay Neuter Mobile Clinic, Vallejo California

Organized by: Megginn Charlane Yuen

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See the interview on KTVU with Claudine Wong on Facebook.

"We are reaching out to you in despair. The Spay Neuter imperative Project aka SNiP, a non-profit organization has a $165,000 award from the City of Vallejo for spay and neuter operations. Unfortunately, we do NOT have a space to perform these operations and we are in desperate need of a mobile spay/neuter van. Time is of the essence for this project. We have until the end of August to have something in place or we will lose the money. We need a mobile clinic, which can be parked at the local Humane Society free of charge.

Over 2,000 companion animals are euthanized from Vallejo each year. Less fortunate are abandoned on the streets or killed by their own families. If you're not familiar with this area, Vallejo is very low income, so residents can't afford high veterinary costs, nor spay/neuter. For the last few years, Vallejo has been one of the top 5 communities in California for people losing their homes. With that said, there are thousands of un-spayed/un-neutered animals, abandoned animals, homeless people with animals they can't afford to fix and it's really sad. Most of the animals from Vallejo end up in our high-kill shelter in Fairfield. San Francisco SPCA statistics which show euthanasia rates for unwanted animals in Solano County are the highest among eight Bay Area counties. Vallejo is their biggest contributor.

Helping SNiP will reduce the amount of stress our local rescues, shelters and humane societies are burdened with. More importantly we will be able to reduce the euthanasia rate and better control the unaltered animals in our community in order to become part of the NO-KILL NATION.

We may be able to partner with a couple local vets for the initial project but this goal is not sustainable. We need a mobile unit beyond 1600 spay/neuters.

The mission of Spay Neuter imperative Project, California, Inc. (SNiP) is to provide the non-lethal solution to the homeless, abandoned, and feral animal populations so that euthanasia is no longer an acceptable means of population control. The mission will be accomplished through high efficiency; low and no cost spay and neuter clinics throughout California. In addition, SNiP will educate and advocate to Break the Cycle of Abuse of animals and people in underserved areas of California."

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