Free spay-neuter clinics offered in Cy-Fair
SNAP is providing free services to animals that belong to low-income guardians throughout the Houston area until July 29.Since last month, the Spay and Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP) has been providing qualified pet owners with free spaying, neutering, rabies vaccinations (for animals spayed or neutered that day) and Houston city licenses. These services are provided to pet owners who qualify for food stamps, TANF, Medicad, the Harris County Hospital District Gold Card, SSI/SSD, free school lunches, major VA disability or Section 8 Housing at the following dates and places: Thursday, July 14, at Bayland Learning Center, 6400 Bissonnet & Hillcroft. Monday, July 18, at Harris Co. Animal Control, 612 Canino. Wednesday, July 20, at Walmart, 13750 I-10 East Freeport Exit. Thursday, July 21, at Food Fair, 6470 W. Little York & Bingle. Friday, July 22, at PetSmart, 104 FM 1960 and Interstate 45. Tuesday, July 26, at Office Depot, at 10724 Eastex Freeway and Little York. Wednesday, July 27, at Petco, 210 E. FM 1960 Humble. Thursday, July 28, at Sam Houston Race Track, Entrance 4 on Fallbrook. Friday, July 29, at Magnolia Multi Service Center, 7037 Capitol. Pet owners interested in taking advantage of this offer should arrive at the site at 6 a.m. At 6:30 a.m. a SNAP team will arrive to conduct a lottery to determine placement in line. Treatment will begin at 8 a.m. All pets brought must be restrained in some way. For more information, call 713-522-2337.
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