The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is here in Los Angeles, and we welcome them with open arms! This week the ASPCA launched a $25 million animal rescue campaign in an ambitious effort to save thousands of stray animals and pets from shelters that euthanize.
Not only that, the multi-year project has 5 key programs that will work closely with leading local animal warfare groups. One of the ventures is a free spay and neuter clinic in South Los Angeles. The entire project should last about five years, but we welcome them to stay as long as they please! This is one of the ASPCA’s most expensive projects, and we are so happy to see it launch in our beloved city, where our animals need SO much of our help! Bravo, and thank you, ASPCA!
Want to help? Visit aspca.org to donate, or to find out how to get involved, visit http://www.aspca.org/get-involved/top-ten-ways-to-help-your-local-shelter