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5 November 2000 Issue

Save A Stray
From Barbara Millman - [email protected]

As many as 12 million homeless dogs and cats will enter US animal shelters in 2000. A staggering 90% of these animals will be destroyed simply because there are too many dogs and cats and not enough homes.

The Save A Stray web site <> is the first "click to donate" site to save the lives of homeless dogs and cats. This is accomplished by visiting the Save A Stray site every day and simply clicking a button. Donations paid by Save A Stray's sponsors fund spay and neuter operations for dogs and cats provided by the Spay-Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP). Spaying and neutering dogs and cats prevents homeless puppies and kittens from being born.

SNAP is a national non-profit animal protection organization operating spay and neuter clinic facilities in Houston, Dallas, and San Antonio, Texas. Additionally, SNAP provides free spaying and neutering for dogs and cats throughout the Navajo, Hopi and Zuni Indian Reservations in New Mexico, Arizona, Utah and Colorado. SNAP's newest program will bring spaying and neutering services to dogs and cats in Mexico through the first clinic to open in Monterey, Neuvo Leon.

To learn more about SNAP, please visit <>

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