Heartland Spay/Neuter Fund
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**WE HAVE CATS AND KITTENS AT THIS TIME IN NEED OF PERMANENT HOMES. Young, older, short hair, long hair, outgoing, playful, shy, sweet. Thorough veterinary care is provided. We have highly adoptable cats that need a helping hand. IF YOU HAVE ROOM IN YOUR HEART AND HOME FOR THESE LOVING AND DESERVING ANIMALS, PLEASE HELP US GET THEM INTO THEIR FOREVER HOMES!
FEBRUARY 28 IS WORLD SPAY DAY. Over 4 million cats and dogs are still being put to sleep every year in shelters across America due to too many animals and too few homes. YOU CAN BE PART OF THE SOLUTION to this tragedy. PLEASE SPAY AND NEUTER your pets and ADOPT your next pet from a shelter or rescue group and we will move closer to the day when there will be NO MORE HOMELESS PETS!
We are extremely proud to announce that we have been chosen by SPCA International to receive a grant for our work. This money was put to use immediately towards our veterinary bills and we were also able to begin some projects for which we did not have the funding. Check
us out: We are under their "Shelter of the Week" profiles. Go to the SPCA International site. See "Programs" and then "Shelter of the Week". Only one organization per state is being chosen, so it is truly a tremendous honor!
We are in need of additional funding and are also seeking permanent loving adoptive homes.. WE HAVE RECENTLY HAD TO TURN DOWN REQUESTS FOR SPAY/NEUTER ASSISTANCE AND FOR HELP WITH HOMELESS KITTENS. PLEASE CONTACT US IF YOU CAN HELP IN ANY WAY!! If you feel that you may be able to help us accomplish our goals to end pet overpopulation and help homeless and otherwise needy animals, your contributions would be greatly appreciated!
Who We Are
Heartland Spay/Neuter Fund was established in response to the tremendous problem of pet overpopulation. Our funding is very limited at this time, and the number of projects that we can handle is limited due to lack of funds. The funding of low cost spay and neuter breaks the chain of "surplus" animals who either eventually need rehoming or are ultimately destroyed in shelters due to lack of homes and too many others being born. It is estimated that there may be as many cats without homes as there are those who are fortunate enough to have homes. We do also work with dogs!
Please consider giving a forever home to one of our pets, or if you can donate, we promise we will put your donation to good use! We are completely volunteer; there are no paid employees. All donations will go directly to the care of rescued animals, to educating about the need to spay and neuter, and also directly towards spaying and neutering where it is felt the need is greatest. We have offered spay/neuter assistance for mother cats of "free kittens" or mother dogs of "free puppies to good homes." Our goal is to end the tragedy of healthy sociable dogs and cats being put to sleep due to "no homes" or a lack of interest due to a surplus of pets. Please join us in our efforts to make the maximum impact on the root of this problem!!
We urge everyone to spay and neuter in order to save lives. SPAYING AND NEUTERING IS THE KEY TO ENDING OVERPOPULATION AND HOMELESSNESS. Also, "until there are none, adopt one". Please spay and neuter your pets, and save a dog or cat who is already in need of a home by adopting your next animal companion from a rescue or shelter, and we will eventually achieve a world where it is no longer a reality that millions of dogs and cats are put to sleep in shelters across America due to no fault of their own, but simply due to a lack of homes.
Heartland Spay/Neuter Fund's goal is to reduce overpopulation until there are no more homeless pets. Clearly, there is much work to be done. However, it is a battle that can be won if we put our hearts and minds to it!
"The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated." ~ Mahatma Gandhi
Adopting a friend
We hope that you will consider giving a forever home to one of our rescued pets. All rescue animals receive full vet care. We require adoption contracts and home visits prior to adoption to help us make the best possible match for the pets in our care. All rescues are of course spayed or neutered prior to adoption or at an agreed upon age when a puppy or kitten is adopted at a young age.
Come Visit Us!
All of our rescued pets are being cared for in foster homes. If you are interested in more information or in making an appointment to see them, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
or call Diana: (308) 390-5218.
Heartland Spay/Neuter Fund
P.O. Box 5663
Grand Island, NE 68802
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