Written by Michelle Kretzer
Some people may know about PETA only from
what they see on TV or read online or in the gossip mags, but celebrities aren't
the only stars who work for PETA. I'm talking about our hardworking superstar
spay-and-neuter clinic staffers, of course.
Six—sometimes seven!—days a week, PETA's
mobile clinics provide animals in Virginia and North Carolina with free to low-cost sterilization
surgeries. In April alone, the mobile clinics spayed or neutered 717 animals, and PETA's Community Animal Project fieldworkers even transported 29
more to and from the clinics. Here are just a few of the lucky animals "SNIP'ed"
by our fabulous medical team this month:
You can help end the animal homelessness crisis by volunteering at a spay-and-neuter clinic in your area or offering to
transport an animal belonging to someone without transportation to a spay or neuter
you have a general question for PETA and would like a response, please e-mail Info@peta.org. If you need to report cruelty to
an animal, please click
here. If you are reporting an animal in imminent danger and know where to find the
animal and if the abuse is taking place right now, please call your local
police department. If the police are unresponsive, please call PETA
immediately at 757-622-7382 and press 2.
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