We are thrilled to announce that the Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center is in the planning stages of opening a high-volume, low-cost spay/neuter clinic.
Using a successful model from a nationally known organization called Humane Alliance. by the end of 2012, our former facility will transform into a surgical center called the Lifeline Spay/Neuter Clinic. Our goal is to alter up to as many as 35 dogs, cats, puppies and kittens per day.
The crisis of pet overpopulation in our community is staggering. Since July of 2011, 12,806 pets have been put to death at municipal shelters, a sad statistic indeed. Resolving local pet overpopulation requires affordable and timely spay/neuter services. Preventing litters is key to reducing the number of homeless animals. The Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center is
excited to be a part of the solution to this community-wide problem.