No More Homeless Pets

Charity Name
Spay/Neuter Action Project (SNAP)

Charity Type

CFC Number
58376

Cause Area

Cause of the Week

Transcript

Spay/Neuter Action Project (SNAP)
Video for CFC
Title: No More Homeless Pets

Transcript:

This video shows pictures of dogs and cats alone and playing with people. It describes our goal.

Although we're making progress,
pet overpopulation (dog looking around)

is still a problem in our community. (dog looking around)

Thousands of unwanted dogs
and cats are born each year. (dog behind fence)

Providing spay and neuter surgeries
for pets of low income caretakers (dog behind fence)

has proven to be the most effective way
to reduce pet overpopulation. (cats in cages)

Targeted spay and neuter
has reduced intake at (woman playing with dog)

Huntsville Animal Services by 50 percent. (woman playing with dog)

If there are fewer dogs and cats
entering local shelters, (two boys playing with puppies showing only the puppies and the boys' legs)

each one has a better chance
of being adopted into a good home. (two boys playing with puppies showing only the puppies and the boys' legs)

SNAP is a local all volunteer (kitten falling asleep)

organization that serves Huntsville
and Madison County. (kitten falling asleep)

Please continue to help, or if you haven't contributed before, please consider joining our effort. (kitten falling asleep)

No more homeless pets is our goal. (adoring dog looking up at its person)