Providing Care For Animals In Our Community, And The People Who Love Them
Raised $5,730.00 Towards the Goal of $10,000.00
Project Wrap Up
We have continued to make progress towards opening our Low Cost Spay and Neuter Clinic, though due to some location challenges, we still don't have a finalized timeline for completion. Stay tuned though because we can't wait to be able to better serve the animals of Beatrice and Gage County and the families who love them.
The Beatrice Humane Society has been advocating for the animals of Beatrice, Gage County and beyond for over twenty years. This means sheltering lost and injured animals and providing our community with altered, vaccinated and microchipped adoptable animals. We have acted as a resource to help get animals back home when lost, and keep animals in their homes through our emergency pet food bank, and find animals new homes when circumstances change but we know there is always more work to do. The communities we serve have been in need of low cost spay and neuter options for owned animals as well as feral, outdoor cats for many years.
We have heard the call and in 2022 we will be opening a low cost spay and neuter clinic!
While there are still many questions we are working out, such as "Who will be or veterinarian?"" Where will the new clinic be?" "How will we set up appointments?" We are working out the details just as quickly as we can, but we do know this: we are committed to this project, we know its needed and we are going to make it a reality for our shelter and our community.
We have already hit the ground running, we have already purchased two anesthetic machines, kennels and surgical tables, autoclaves and some surgical instruments, but there are still more large items we need to purchase. This clinic will be an invaluable resource for our community in helping correct feral cat problems, helping low income residents afford preventative care and providing additional surgeries for our shelter animals so that we can save even more at risk lives locally, regionally and beyond.
We will continue to create new programs and opportunities to improve the lives of the animals in our communities and the people that love them. But to do that we need your support.
We are committed to creating new programs and opportunities to improve the lives of the animals in our communities and the people that love them. To do that we need your support, please click the donate button now to help us get this clinic started!
$50 covers the cost of one neuter pack. This pack contains all the surgical equipment needed for a neuter procedure, these will be reused for many years to come.
$75 covers the cost of one spay or neuter for a shelter animal.
$100 covers the cost of one tray of vaccines.
$200 covers the cost of one spay pack. This pack contains all the equipment needed for a spay procedure.
$500 will allow us to purchase an ultrasonic cleaner to keep the surgical instruments in good condition for years to come.
$2,500 will allow us to purchase a lift/mobile table to move animals from the prep room into the surgery suite and then back into recovery.