All animals that come through the shelter are spayed or neutered before being adopted out to their forever homes and the costs make up a large portion of HSIMC's expenses each year.
In 2020, HSIMC expensed just over $50,000 in veterinary costs for spay and neuter alone. While this figure may seen extravagant, we also took in just over 1,000 animals during the same timeframe.
Our spay and neuter program prevents further animals contributing to the homeless pet population and helps us continue saving lives by preventing overpopulations at our shelters.
By joining our Spay & Neuter Pledge program, YOU are helping HSIMC continue to save lives!
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