Posted: Jul 2, 2013 1:24 PM
CORPUS CHRISTI - Some pet owners will have a chance to get their animals spayed or neutered for free thanks to a grant given to People Assisting Animal Control.
The grant from the ASPCA will help cover the cost for up to 100 surgeries.
Only residents who live along Cheyenne Street in Corpus Christi are eligible for the program. That's because of the high number of calls for stray animals in the area.
The logic is if more pet owners have their animals spayed or neutered, the less chance there'll be more roaming free in the neighborhood.
For more information on spay/neutering, or animal adoptions, contact Corpus Christi Animal Care Services at 826-2489.
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