Let’s snip pet overpopulation this month!
February is National Spay/Neuter Awareness Month, a great time for the return of our Spay-ghetti and No Balls Dinner to in person! With your ticket, you’ll get a delicious plate of spaghetti and that also helps the many animals that need our help in the area.
Spay-ghetti & No Balls Dinner
Wednesday, February 22
Marsh Creek Park Community Center, Multipurpose Room 113, 3050 N. New Hope Road, Raleigh, NC 27604
Tickets available online or at the door.
Why is Fixing Cats and Dogs Important?
SAFE Care Spay/Neuter Clinic fixes over 5,000 cats and dogs a year, saving lives, and we need your help ensuring that we NEVER turn away a pet in need. Your donation funds free and low-cost spays and neuters.
We all know there is no shortage of cats and dogs needing loving homes. There are never enough homes, shelters or fosters to care for all the animals in our community. In fact, there are over 100,000 cats and dogs living without a home in the Triangle on any given night. It’s overwhelming to think about it on a national or a global scale.
But fixing animals in our community makes a major impact. Every spayed female can reduce the population significantly in her lifetime. Feral pets are often put down in area shelters because they are seen as being burdensome on the community. Stopping unwanted litters is the key to solving this problem.
Not only does fixing pets help end unplanned litters, but it also has amazing impacts on their health and your happiness. Learn more about all the benefits of spaying or neutering your pet.