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Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animals

Mission: To raise public awareness of the pet over-population problem and the cycle of irresponsible breeding, unwanted births and subsequent deaths of companion animals, and to provide financial aid, when necessary, for those who would otherwise be unable to spay or neuter their pets.

Results: Since our inception, SPAN has partially or totally financed the spaying or neutering of 14,917 dogs and 14,498 cats. We have also financed the trapping / spaying & neutering of over 6,000 feral cats.

Target demographics: reduce dog and cat overpopulation throughout Ventura County by raising public awareness about the direct consequences of irresponsible breeding. Today more than ever, responsible dog & cat owners like you play the most significant role in the solution to overpopulation by spaying and neutering your pets. SPAN shares in that responsibility by providing financial assistance to pet owners who would otherwise be unable to pay for this procedure. In fact, SPAN is directly responsible for having spayed or neutered thousands of dogs and cats since its inception.

Direct beneficiaries per year: Since our inception, SPAN has partially or totally financed the spaying or neutering of 14,917 dogs and 14,498 cats. We have also financed the trapping / spaying & neutering of over 6,000 feral cats.

Geographic areas served: the cities throughout Ventura County.

Programs: The SPAN thrift store is a steady source of income for those who depend on SPAN for financial aid in spaying or neutering their pets. We have also supplied medical help for many pets whose owners who are experiencing financial difficulties during our down economy.

Community Stories

4 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

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Donor

Rating: 5

My dog, Sissy is a pet rescue. She was found wondering around the streets of San Diego. When the pound picked her up, she was given so many days before she was put down. Fortunately, a rescue shelter got her before her time ran out. Eventually after being spayed, and treated for fleas/ticks and skin issues, she was adopted out. We fell in love with her the minute we saw her. I donated to SPAN thrift store in honor of Sissy!!!

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

SPAN Thrift store is 100% volunteer run, no one gets paid for working at the store. The volunteers are dedicated, friendly & all work towards the mission of assisting with the financing of spay/neuter for pet owners, low & no income pet owners & feral cats. They finance 3 mobile pet clinics per month, along with handing out food for pets of the homeless .
The store runs the gambit of household good from simple items to extreme items with clothing representing a major selling point. (Great clothing at extremely low prices!)

2 Patricia Ann W.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have volunteered at span for about 10 yrs now, this place has changed my life. I work with unselfish people for free who just want to give animals a voice so they can be taken care of better. By spay and neutering u have less homeless kitties starving with no families or surviving in terrible conditions. This place has given my life a purpose. Not everyone can save the animals. I am blessed to be there. Every penny we make goes to help animals. I look forward to going to work. I love my job.

1

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Through donations to our all volunteer thrift store we are able to spend over 60% of
our money to low cost spay and neuter in Ventura County, California.

We also pay for feral cat spay and neuter in the county.