Raising funds for needed medical equipment

Published by The Bee News

January 21, 2020

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We Care For Animals, a local TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return) organization, is raising funds for needed medical equipment to provide on-going spay and neuter services for community cats.

The organization has been working with Midwestern University Veterinarian College to provide free spay and neutering services to colony caregivers via a mobile clinic but unfortunately, the University is not able to bring the mobile clinic to the area any longer due to mechanical issues with their vehicle. The veterinary students have agreed to continue providing the services locally, but the organization has to provide the equipment and supplies.

We Care for Animals is a Trap-Neuter-Return based non-profit organization with a mission to humanely lower the population of Community Cats through TNR.

The organization also has kittens for adoption through the Bullhead City PetSmart and provides pet first aid and cpr training through its partner, Safe Pet.

If you are interested in more information, or in donating, please call Rebecca Seefeld at 928-362-2733 or visit the website at www.WeCareForAnimalsAZ.org.

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