World Spay Day is February

On the last Tuesday of every February, World Spay Day shines a spotlight on the lifesaving power of spay/neuter and the need for affordable services, particularly in underserved communities.

You can help save animals’ lives by participating in World Spay Day.

Host an event or activity in your area to draw attention and resources to a critical community need, spread the word or help raise funds to spay or neuter a pet in your community for a cat or a street dog in need.

Are you looking to have your own pet spayed or neutered? Speak to your local vet about the options available.

Promote spay and neuter while looking good!

                       

                       

 


 

 

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