SpayNation held a ribbon cutting ceremony for their new mobile spay/neuter clinic.
The clinic donated by James Moncus has been in the works for over a year, says organizers from SpayNation. The clinic is part of the mission to “no-kill” in 2020, focused on preventing births.
The clinic says it performs 35 surgeries on average per day with the main focus on cats in local areas.
“There are a lot of places where there’s just not proper vet care or the veterinarians that are there are doing the best they can, but there might be two vets in a community with 500 feral cats just in one little area. so, we’re just there to offer support,” Paula Stude Executive Director of SpayNation said.
The mobile unit will allow SpayNation to travel around the region to help with animal population control.
The mobile unit is currently parked at 167 Industrial Pkwy in Lafayette. For more on SpayNation, click here