Help for Low Income Pet Owners
Last month the Pawsitive Alliance announced the organization has received a grant from the Maria Norbury Foundation to continue its successful Highway 2 Transport Clinic.
The clinics provide spay and neuter services for the pets of low income families.
They also help to reduce the number of homeless animals in Snohomish County.
The grant provides funds to spay/neuter 132 cats and dogs for residents of Snohomish, Monroe, Gold Bar, Sultan, Startup and Index.
Make Your Appointment ASAP
Since 2013 over 600 cats and dogs of homeless and lower income residents have been spayed or neutered as part of this Highway 2 Transport Clinic project in partnership with Pasado’s Safe Haven in Sultan and the Feral Cat Spay Neuter Project in Lynnwood.
“This grant means that we can continue this very successful lifesaving project partnering with Pasado’s Safe Haven and the Feral Cat Spay Neuter Project,” said Yolanda Morris, Co-Founder and Board President. “If someone can’t afford to fix their pet, chances are they don’t have the transportation resources or time during the work day to take their pet to a clinic either. We will schedule early morning drop offs at various locations in order to reach and accommodate people with pets and provide high quality spay/neuter services for free or a small co-pay.”
Here’s how it works:
- You must arrive at the location at 6:45AM to drop your pet off.
- You must make reservations at least 72 hours in advance.
- If your date/location is NOT LISTED in the pull down menu-we are FULL.
- Occasionally we have “no-shows.” You are welcome to attend the date/location at 6:45am but there are no guarantees.
- If you are a “no-show” you can schedule another appointment
You can make reservations now for the Highway 2 Transport Clinic, and slots fill up quickly. Here are the ones that are still available:
July 23 – Small male dogs ONLY. Dog owners must live between Sultan and Index
August 13 – Small male dogs ONLY. Dog owners must live between Sultan and Index
September 10 – Dog owners must live between Sultan and Index