An animal shelter in the Shenandoah Valley is kicking off a fundraising campaign to help cut down on the number of strays. The Augusta Regional SPCA is launching the capital campaign to celebrate the spay and neuter clinic's second anniversary.
The SPCA is trying to raise $600,000 over the next five years to help pay for the clinic's low-cost services.
"We know that the only way we're going to reduce euthanasia and the number of unwanted litters being born is to have a low-cost spay/neuter clinic that provides a service to the community that's affordable," said Debbie Caywood.
The clinic has spayed or neutered more than 4,400 dogs and cats since opening in June 2011.
To donate to the spay/neuter clinic or to make an appointment for an animal, click here.
Reported by Alana Austin