Lower Spay /Neuter Programs For Low Income Families with pets & Rescues

 think you should consider the fact that not everyone can afford to pay $25.00 or more for a spay / neuter of any pet that they have. If done at a reasonable price, many more people would get their pets spayed or neutered and even be willing to help the feral (cats) animals get spayed or neutered.  This would greatly reduce the amount of unwanted pets / ferals that go through the rescues and shelters around the state and nation wide each year.  think you should consider the fact that not everyone can afford to pay $25.00 or more for a spay / neuter of any pet that they have. If done at a reasonable price (for example: $20.00), many more people would get their pets spayed or neutered and even be willing to help the feral (cats) animals get spayed or neutered. This would greatly reduce the amount of unwanted pets / ferals that go through the rescues and shelters around the state and nation wide each year. This would even help out many rescues that are a small budget. More vets offices should be resposnible enough to know that there is a problem out there with the stray cats and dogs that are not spayed or neutered and help try to solve the problem by not being so greedy and by offering very low cost spay/ neuter services for low income families and for rescues that don't have very big budgets. Veterinary offices could even do a spay / neuter marathon free of charge and deduct the total amount off their taxes.   
I think you should consider the fact that not everyone can afford to pay $25.00 or more for a spay / neuter of any pet that they have. If done at a reasonable price, many more people would get their pets spayed or neutered and even be willing to help the feral (cats) animals get spayed or neutered.  This would greatly reduce the amount of unwanted pets / ferals that go through the rescues and shelters around the state and nation wide each year. If you offer this free of charge, you could write it off on your taxes.  
  
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