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Help available for low-income pet owners in St. John's SPCA's spay and neuter assistance program

A subsidized spay/neuter program will help reduce the numbers of kittens and puppies being born, making it more likely that cats already waiting for homes will be adopted. Jessie is a four-year-old spayed female who is at the Colchester SPCA shelter, waiting for someone to come in and adopt her.
A subsidized spay/neuter program will help reduce the numbers of kittens and puppies being born. — SaltWire Network file photo

Pet owners who need help to get their fur family members spayed or neutered will be able to apply to the St. Johns SPCA for access to affordable surgery as of Thursday.

The SNAP program helps pet owners who cant afford regular neutering or spaying costs

The SPCA is opening up 100 new applications for the program. Anyone who would like to avail of the SNAP program must fill out an application form and include proof of income.

You can get more information by calling the SPCA at 726-0301 or by emailing snap@spcastjohns.org.

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