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WOW WEE !!!!  In less than 48 hours, all available openings were filled up and then some .  There is a "waiting " list for those who did not get scheduled in with hopes of a second clinic if funding could be found . 
We want to give a special Thank You and a special "Shout Out" to Dr. Synar and all his staff at Animal Medical Center,  Going Home Rescue and Transport, Colorado Animal Express. These are the folks that made it happen and last but not least,  our Coins 4 Critters volunteers  that fielded the calls, took in  the applications and help work the clinic days, all THREE of them.
 
We all hate to see homeless pets on the street. Spaying and neutering is the only way to keep them off the roads, out of our shelter, and not being euthanized.  It is a simple fact with  simple math,  litters are born in numbers ranging from 5-13, forever homes are found, one at a time.          
 
 Wouldn't it be wonderful if our own city would sponsor one of these grand events ?  We certainly would be be doing the right thing, at the right time. for the right reason.Being proactive to reduce the number of homeless pets entering our shelters and rescues.
Jackie-Our V.P. and a founding member .  She's always front and center with her sleeves rolled up ready to tackle any job.
We want to say Thanks to  everyone for helping put this clinic together. One of foster parents, Rose, got up at 4:00am to take care of her own and her fosters to go and help all day.