重生之百将图The onset of Covid-19 has postponed live-saving spay/neuter surgeries forshelter animals, owned pets and community cats. Combine this with the financial toll the shutdown is taking on Indiana’s spay/neuter clinics, and the situation becomes especially concerning.
重生之百将图SNSI has launched the Crisis Relief Fund to help ensure that our partnering clinics have full surgery schedules and are fixing as many pets as possible. This is a win-win for both animals and clinics. These non-profit clinics are the backbone to Indiana’s success in moving every shelter toward zero kill. Zero kill means that we are reducing pet overpopulation and that each and every adoptable animal has a forever home, just like your pet does.
Please love them all as if they are your own by donating today!
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Our mission is to eliminate the euthanasia of healthy and treatable cats and dogs, bringing every shelter in Indiana to zero-kill. We are so grateful to our donors and supporters who help make that possible. Help us, help them and join the movement to make a difference for Indiana’s cats and dogs!
If you have one of our old SNAP applications with our old P.O. Box, it will not be delivered to us. Our address is: 1100 W. 42nd Street, Suite 205, Indianapolis, IN 46208
The Spay-Neuter Assistance Program is for limited income pet owners.? Pet owners pay $25 per surgery in SNSI’s statewide network after meeting eligibility requirements.
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SNSI LAUNCHES EMERGENCY FUNDRAISER FOR INDIANA CATS & DOGS
Campaign will help struggling veterinary clinics and fund nearly 2,000 spay-neuter surgeries statewide. INDIANAPOLIS – Spay-Neuter Services of Indiana (SNSI) today announced it has launched The Fix is IN! Crisis Relief Fund, a $100,000 emergency relief effort...