SPIN takes the strays from animal control once their hold time is up so the pets can receive veterinary care, housing and adoption.
Volunteers help with transporting senior's pets to veterinary appointments.
Volunteers drop off pet food at food banks and help those who lost jobs be able to feed and keep their pets.
There are many ways to help animal control with local strays and help families in need to keep their pets. www.straypetsinneed.org
Here are a few ways you can help your local animal control program help people and animals:
Provide for your pet's safety. Keep a collar and identification tags on your pet at all times and ensure that your pet is always properly supervised or safely confined when you're not home. Spay or neuter you pet and keep him or her current on all necessary vaccinations, especially the vaccination for rabies
Encourage local government officials to support the animal control program: it is one of our community's life-saving services. Urge officials to take crimes against animals seriously and to advance pro-animal legislation. Support efforts to enact and enforce pro-animal ordinances.