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The Anderson Humane Society will raise funds for its low-cost spay and neuter clinic with a spaghetti dinner Jan. 21 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Edwardo’s Pizza, located on Glensboro Road.
The society’s board of directors and other volunteers will serve the spaghetti, and all tips and a percentage of the proceeds from the meals will be donated to the clinic for the spay-neuter program.
“The Anderson Humane Society works to find forever homes for the hundreds of dogs and cats that find themselves at the county animal control facility,” according to a news release from the Humane Society. “The problem is that there are just too many animals and not enough homes. The Humane Society’s low-cost spay-neuter program is designed to ease the problem by letting people in our community spay or neuter their own pets or strays that they feed or with which they have other contact. Humane Society vouchers allow people to spay or neuter at a very low cost and help reduce the number of animals with no place to go, improving each animal’s health at the same time.”
For additional information about the program, visit the society’s website at www.andersonhumane.org/SNAP.html.