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Indiana Humane Services

June 2019 E-News

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What's New

Working Together to Save Lives

Thanks to the Petco Foundation, SNSI received a $10,000 grant to trap-neuter-return (including an eartip and rabies vaccination) 285 community cats in the Lafayette area! This grant will also help ensure that the new Low Cost Spay Neuter Clinic has a full surgery schedule.

SNSI works year-round to stop overpopulation, which is the leading cause of death of healthy and treatable animals. 

We are thankful for all of our vet partners in Tippecanoe County who have helped save lives by preventing unwanted litters, including All Pets Animal HospitalWea Animal Hospital, and Wildcat Valley Animal Clinic.

 

Indiana Animal Welfare Conference was a Roaring Success!

Attendees packed the hall at the second annual Indiana Animal Welfare Conference. Everyone loves cats and dogs and is motivated to learn more so we can end needless euthanasia and suffering as soon as possible!

This conference is made possible by our generous sponsors: The Petco FoundationTom Wood LexusBoehringer IngelheimBusey BankPatterson VeterinaryPetPeopleC Specialties, and K&K Photography.

The Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust provided support to host the Indiana Animal Welfare Conference, with additional support provided by the Kenneth A. Scott Charitable Trust, A KeyBank Trust.

Indiana Animal Welfare Conference crowd

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