SOUTH DAKOTA WEST RIVER SPAY-NEUTERCOALITION
Rating: 5 stars 2 2 reviews 629
PO Box 3605 Rapid City SD 57709 USA
To alleviate the animal suffering that results from pet overpopulation by providing affordable spay/neuter services to low-income pet guardians.
Clinics: bulk spay and neutering for coalition clients at a special clinic at various veterinarian's offices. Coalition volunteers assist checking in pets and other office functions, and the coalition pays some or all of the cost of spay/neuter and rabies shots. Surgeries: $12,629, advertising: $115, medical care where necessary: $75
vouchers: spay and neutering for coalition clients that cannot attend clinics, including feral cat alteration. Clients are mailed vouchers in order to make appointments with a vet for surgery. Surgeries: $17948, advertising: $115, medical care where necessary: $75, traps:$139, postal expense: $255
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This group goes straight to the root of the homeless pet problem, providing low-cost services and even free vouchers. Many people have benefited from this spay-neuter program. Most important, there are thousands fewer unwanted animals suffering because of human stupidity, thoughtlessness and irresponsibility. Thank you, West River Spay-Neuter Coalition, for your wonderful work!
2 people found this review helpful
I had a barn full of cats, started with one, she turned out to be pregnat, and they helped me fix them. The women really care about the cats. Just a phone call and I got them in to a clinic. with some. They gave me vouchers for the rest that I couldn't catch. Great people.
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Noone else would help me with these cats because they were wild.
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They did not juge me.
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If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
Really help a lot of animals
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