Examples of the great work PAWED and HartSong Ranch are doing.
The PAWED mobile spay/neuter clinic operates at the El Dorado County Animal Services shelter to alter animals from the county shelters in Placerville and South Lake Tahoe. Spay/neuter clinics are held every Tuesday, and average about 35 operations each day. Between January 27, 2009, when they began surgeries of the shelter animals, and June 30, 2011, 970 dogs/puppies, 1175 cats/kittens, and 74 other small animals have been altered in the clinic - a total of 2219 shelter animals!
Below are pictures from the PAWED Mobile Spay & Neuter Clinic in Georgetown on August 21, 2011. PAWED offered the spay/neuter service for $10 per dog. The clinic medical staff included Randy Robinson, DVM (Missouri Flat Pet Clinic) and his RVT, Ysabel Baca and Vet Assistant, Shannon Quinn--all of whom volunteered their time as well as all the PAWED volunteers that were there that day to make this an incredibly successful event.
Below are pictures of Clipper, an ex-race horse that was nearly abused and starved to death before HartSong Ranch saved him with the help of a donation from Ark Angels. Clipper is just one of the many animals saved by HSR.
Below is a letter that I received from Addie, she's nine years old. This is a wonderful example of how compassion for others begins at childhood. I have also included a picture of the certificate Ark Angels received from the Cameron Park CSD.