March 2015 Spay/Neuter Day
Our next Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Day, Monday, March 16th, is fast approaching.
The Wayne County Humane Society (WCHS) is facilitating this event by providing a drop-off and pickup location on behalf of Quick Fix Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic in Medina. We need 25 paid reservations by Tuesday, March 10th. For more information, click on the following links:
• Information Sheet
• Surgery Admission Form (Please complete both sides of the form; sign and date on the back)
• Surgery Fees Sheet (Please note the no food after midnight prior to surgery restriction)
• Animals need to be at WCHS between 8:00am – 8:15am in owner’s labelled carrier on the day of Surgery
• Animals will be transported by QUICK FIX LOW COST SPAY/NEUTER CLINIC to Medina for the surgery
• Animals will be transported back to WCHS by QUICK FIX at 4:30pm the same day
• Animals need to be picked up by owners between 4:30pm -5:00pm
Please know, if we do not have a minimum of 25 animals to transport by Mar 10, 2015, we will have to CANCEL the Spay/Neuter Day. All registration monies will be returned. We will accept the first 30 registered animals (maximum 6 dogs) and waitlist 5 additional animals, which will have priority for the Apr 13, 2015 Spay/Neuter Day, if not called this month.
Note: Wooster City residents get a $10.00 discount per cat for a spay/neuter surgery.
The Wayne County Humane Society is setting a goal to spay and neuter every animal in the shelter, and we need your help! By contributing to our Spay and Neuter fund, you can help ensure that every animal leaving the shelter is spayed or neutered.
Whether your contribution to the Spay and Neuter Fund is $10 or $1,000, your dollars will go directly toward this important service.
While we are working on a long-term program to ensure that every animal leaving our shelter is spayed or neutered, we wanted to do what we could now. Every step makes a difference.
To help us meet our goal, please donate to the Spay and Neuter Fund now:
Dear Friends: We need your help. The Wayne County Humane Society is a small non-profit organization that cares for a segment of our community that is often overlooked. Providing quality medical care to our animals and adequate shelter and adoption/rescue services is our charge. These efforts are made possible by the generosity of folks who share our love for animals. We are so grateful for all of our adopters, fosters, volunteers, donors and friends throughout the year. But right now, we need a little extra help. Even a gift as small as $5 can help save lives. Those funds go directly toward giving shelter to an animal who has suffered abuse or neglect; providing quality medical care to the animals entrusted to our care; and keeping our neighborhoods safe and healthy for both animals and humans. If you are a lover of animals, please consider making a donation today to support our operations. Donate now.
The Wayne County Humane Society, Inc. exists to provide compassion to the animals entrusted to our care, to measurably reduce companion animal overpopulation and to take a leadership role in educating and promoting humane values. A quality, functioning shelter is a pillar in our county’s animal welfare efforts and adds value to the quality of life in our community. It is a joint venture between the humane society and the municipalities it serves.
The mission of the WCHS, Inc. is to provide compassion to the animals entrusted to our care, to measurably reduce companion animal overpopulation and to take a leadership role in educating and promoting humane values.
We strive to maintain a place of safety for healthy adoptable animals; a temporary home for the lost or homeless; a haven for the mistreated, neglected or abused animals of the Wayne County area.
We are dedicated to the prevention of cruelty and abuse to animals; employing Humane Agents that respond to complaints of animal cruelty or neglect, animal injuries and illness in the Wayne County area. Read More...