World Spay Day 2012 Thank You
The Humane Society of Knox County (HSKC) extends thanks to the following individuals; businesses and community organizations who helped make our first ever World Spay Day 2012 a great success:
The Humane Society of the United States. Funds received ($594.18) from your online photo contest votes will support the Humane Society of Knox County's Spay/Neuter Voucher Program.
Dr. Glen Yovino of Harbor Road Veterinary Hospital for his ongoing support and recording a PSA promoting the importance of spaying and neutering companion animals.
Dr. Carissa Bielamowicz of Harbor Road Veterinary Hospital for recording a PSA promoting the importance of spaying and neutering companion animals.
Dr. Justin Blake of Blake Veterinary Hospital for recording a PSA promoting the importance of spaying and neutering companion animals and for offering low cost spay and neuters during the month of February.
Little River Veterinary Hospital for providing 18 free spays and neuters for HSKC.
Pet Quarters for hosting us 3 Saturdays in February so that we could provide information to the public about the importance of spaying/neutering companion animals and low cost assistance programs.
The Community Spay-Neuter Clinic of Freeport for filling their transport van in February and reducing the price of spays for cats.
Huston Tuttle for setting up a window display featuring items promoting spaying and neutering companion animals.
Rockland's Mayor Brian Harden and the City Council for passing a Spay Day Proclamation.
Craig Mathieson of MCTV Channel 7 for recording and playing our PSA's promoting spay/neuters of companion animals.
The Loyal Biscuit Company and Hollydachs Pet and Aquarium for displaying our spay/neuter materials.
Please help us in extending our appreciation to the all those who help us in our mission of controlling the pet population. Join the Revolution, have your pets spayed or neutered. For more information, please contact HSKC at 594-2200.
The Humane Society of Knox County was founded in 1989 to provide care, protection, and loving homes for abandoned and homeless companion animals in the Midcoast Maine area. The Society operates an animal shelter located between the Dexter Street Extension and Buttermilk Lane in Thomaston that is open between 11:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday (closed Sundays). The Humane Society of Knox County provides animal support services to the towns of Rockland, Thomaston, Warren, Owls Head, St. George, Port Clyde, Martinsville, Tenants Harbor, S. Thomaston (including Spruce Head), Hope, Union, Appleton, Montville, Cushing, Matinicus, North Haven, Vinalhaven, Stockton Springs, and Morrill.