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Spay and neuter campaign, ‘It’s Hip to Snip,’ launching Saturday in Wichita Falls

The Wichita Falls-Wichita County Public Health District on Saturday is launching, “It’s Hip to Snip,” a brand new marketing campaign to encourage house owners to spay and neuter their pets.

Shelters and rescues are severely overpopulated throughout excessive litter season at the moment of 12 months. It strains sources for homeless pets in the town and Wichita County. The marketing campaign’s objective is to relieve the stress on sources and educate residents.

An adoption event Saturday in Wichita Falls will launch, "It's Hip to Snip," a spay and neuter campaign.An adoption event Saturday in Wichita Falls will launch, "It's Hip to Snip," a spay and neuter campaign.

An adoption occasion Saturday in Wichita Falls will launch, “It’s Hip to Snip,” a spay and neuter marketing campaign.

“It’s Hip to Snip” will roll out 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday with a Cinco de Mayo Adoption Event on the metropolis of Wichita Falls Animal Services Center at 1207 Hatton Road. The heart will supply $5 adoptions for canine and cats from Saturday by means of May 11.

Most different rescue companions may also be on the occasion Saturday, together with a meals truck and pet merchandise distributors. For extra data, name 940-761-8894. The marketing campaign will present sources and methods to discover support to spay and neuter pets.

In 2023, 589 cats and 966 canine have been euthanized in Wichita Falls due to well being, habits, being feral and lack of area.

The metropolis’s Animal Services Center is partnering with Emily’s Legacy Rescue, the Humane Society of Wichita County, Miss Fannie’s Friends, P.E.T.S. Underdog Express and the Texas Pit Crew to cut back the pet inhabitants and the variety of animals introduced to shelters and euthanized in the neighborhood.

Trish Choate is serving because the interim editor for the Wichita Falls Times Record News, San Angelo Standard-Times and Abilene Reporter-News. Contact Trish with information ideas at [email protected]. Read her current work here. Her X deal with is @Trishapedia.

This article initially appeared on Wichita Falls Times Record News: Spay and neuter campaign launching Saturday in Wichita Falls

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