UPAWS Uses Grant To Spay & Neuter Pets

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    Lareina Van Strien
    Lareina Van Strien

    Marquette, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News) – The Upper Peninsula Animal Welfare Shelter has received a grant to extend financial help for low income families in the area to have their family pets spayed or neutered.

    Lareina Van Strien from UPAWS joined the SUNNY Morning Show today to talk about the grant and how people who can use the help can sign up.

    She explained that grant came from an anonymous donor and will pay for a significant portion of the fees to spay or neuter the pet of a low-income family  that may not be able to afford the procedure, but wants to keep the pet population in check.

    LISTEN IN – Lareina Van Strien of UPAWS discusses this new program.

    VISIT – The UPAWS website.

     

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