2012-12-27 / Top News

Collier Spay Neuter Clinic always welcomes donations

The Collier Spay Neuter Clinic, which spayed or neutered more than 3,500 pets in 2012. Of those procedures, 182 were provided either free or at a substantial discount. The clinic reports that euthanasia at Collier County Domestic Animal Services is at a six-year low and cat intake is down 14 percent, largely due to community-wide spay/neuter efforts.

CSNC is closed for. the holidays and will reopen for low-cost pet sterilization surgeries and other services on Wednesday, Jan. 2. Donations of muchneeded - pet suppliesplies and general office and cleaning supplies are always welcome and can be dropped off during business hours. Among the things most needed are:

¦ Pet supplies: Unopened cat and kitten food; Kuranda dog beds in all sizes; plastic pet carriers in all sizes.

¦ Office supplies: Pink and blue index cards; Post-It notes; scissors; Sharpies; postage stamps; copy paper; rolling storage carts. A hand truck is also needed.

¦ Cleaning supplies: Laundry detergent and fabric softener (HE only); plastic tic spray bottles; maskingmaski tape; Lysol spray, Pine Sol and glass glass cleaner; mmops with head replacements.

iN The clinic is at 2544 Northbrooke Plaze Drive in North Naples, across from Target near the intersection of Immokalee Road and I-75. For more information, call 514-7647, e-mail info@collierspayneuter.org or visit www.collierspayneuter.org. ¦

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