Capital Area Humane Society (CAHS) is excited to announce they will reach 50,000 spay and neuter surgeries at their offsite clinic on Cedar Street this week.
The Spay & Neuter Clinic was established in South Lansing on February 7, 2011, as an effective way to address the pet overpopulation problem in Mid-Michigan.
The Clinic has a staff of two licensed veterinarians, a licensed veterinary technician, and a highly-trained and experienced surgery team. It provides low cost, high-quality spay/neuter services to address financial barriers that may prevent animals from receiving this important procedure.
“Over the past seven years, the clinic has made a significant impact on pet overpopulation and has saved many lives,” said Julia Willson President and CEO.
“This milestone wouldn’t have been possible without the hardworking staff and volunteers, as well as the organizations who provide grant funding. The clinic has furthered our mission to saves lives and protect the animals in our community.” For more information about our available services, please visit www.AdoptLansing.org or call (517) 908-0756.
The Capital Area Humane Society shelter for adoptions and surrender is located at 7095 West Grand River Avenue, Lansing and the CAHS Spay & Neuter Clinic offering low-cost public spay and neuter surgeries is located at 5919 South Cedar Street, Lansing.
A non-profit organization, the mission of the Capital Area Humane Society is to promote the humane treatment of companion animals through protection, placement, education, and example.