Pet Hub Animal Rescue receives spay-neuter grant

 

For the third year in a row Pearland’s Pet Hub Animal Rescue has received a $3,000 grant from the PETCO Foundation to provide spay-neuter pet surgeries for low income residents. Nancy Kozanecki, Director of Pet Hub, is thrilled. “I am proud that Pet Hub has established great working relationships not only with the PETCO Foundation over these last few years but also with the Pearland veterinarians who provide a discount on their services as part of this program. Without the PETCO Foundation and the dedication of our local veterinarians, it would be difficult to serve our community. It is just great to see a community working together to reduce pet overpopulation.”
 
Proof of participation in one of the following programs is required to qualify for a free cat or dog sterilization voucher: food stamps, free and reduced lunch program in schools, medicaid, major VA disability, section 8 housing, SSI/SSD, TANF, WIC, or low income senior citizens. Also required is residency in one of the following zip codes: 77546, 77581, 77584, 77588, 77511, or 77578. The vouchers will be given out on a first come, first serve basis. In order to apply and for more information, please visit www.pet-hub-rescue.org and click on the Fall Sterilization link for instructions.