ASPCA Grant Helps Skagit Humane Relocate High Risk Animals

Recently, Skagit Humane received a grant from the ASPCA Relocation Team to help us with the costs associated with moving high risk animals from shelters in Los Angeles to our facility. We are grateful for the ongoing support we have received through ASPCA grants over the years. We value the partnerships we have with the ASPCA, Wings of Rescue, and other shelters and humane societies in our community and even in other countries. For more information on a recent partnership, also see our post entitled Rescuing Animals in Partnership with Wings of Rescue and the ASPCA

An explanation of the ASPCA grant from the ASPCA Professional website states:

Special Opportunity for ASPCA LA Relocation Destination Partners

The ASPCA Relocation Team supports nonprofit organizations and public agencies dedicated to the safe, humane, and efficient relocation of animals to help increase lives saved.

To encourage the relocation of higher-risk animals from Los Angeles to areas where they have more opportunities to be adopted, the ASPCA is providing incentive subsidies for higher-risk animals received by ASPCA Los Angeles Relocation Partner destination shelters.
We are grateful for this support, and we are proud to partner with the ASPCA to help save lives!

Low Cost Spay/Neuter Program for Cats

Skagit Humane is partnering with WeSnip and NOAH to provide low cost spay/neuter of cats for eligible families.

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