NEWPORT NEWS, Va. - PETA and the city of Newport News are teaming up to help combatanimal overpopulation. PETA says the faltering economy has led to arise in the abandonment rate, leaving even more animals homelessand in need of help. On Spay Day, PETA is hoping to help HamptonRoads residents battle animal overpopulation in our own backyard.
In honor of Spay Day USA, PETA and the city of Newport News willprovide free spay and neuter surgeries on Tuesday, February 24. Petowners are asked to preschedule surgeries by calling PETA at757-622-7382 or Kari Filippone with the city of Newport News at757-595-7387.
For more information, visit PETA's Website HelpingAnimals.com.
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