Hollywood and Ravenel will have fewer stray animals this spring and summer due to a week-long spay and neuter campaign that ended today.
“This is a great example of how targeted spay and neuter campaigns can be effective strategies in bringing down the overpopulation of unwanted animals,” said Joe Elmore, chief executive officer at Charleston Animal Society.
The campaign ended with a transport of nearly 70 animals. Due to its popularity, Charleston Animal Society will continue taking appointments through early next week from residents of Hollywood and Ravenel.
For more information, call 747-4849.
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