Support SNIP-IT to Save Pet Lives!
We are an organization called Spay Neuter is Provided in Tennessee. If that name is too long for you, call us SNIP-IT. We don't mind.
After starting the second week of June thanks to your wonderful donations, SNIP-IT's dedicated team performed 195 surgeries, with eighty in the last week. That's 780 pets that will never see the doors of an animal shelter.
This is crucially important work in a region with one animal shelter closing and a second struggling to relocate. Every dollar sent to SNIP-IT keeps pets out of animal shelters.
You can help with a simple donation.
Your funds will be used to help offset the costs of spay/neuter services, and help us secure the vaccinations and other supplies necessary to continue serving nine counties in the East Tennessee area.
We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, so all donations are tax-deductible.
Thanks for supporting SNIP-IT to save pet lives!
UPDATE: GoFundMe has apparently decided "thanking" our donors on Facebook is a suitable means of showing our gratitude for your generosity. We don't think so, and are working on a solution to this.
June saw the SNIP-IT team perform 195 surgeries. Eighty of those were in the last week of the month. That's a total of 780 animals that will never see the doors of an animal shelter in this region!
Our work is more important than ever right now. The Newport, TN Animal Shelter's closing and the relocation of the Morristown, TN Animal Shelter means other shelters in the region are seeing an influx of pets. One Humane Society representative told me "At some point I'm afraid we're going to have to turn away animals."
Your donations help us subsidize our already low costs for surgery ($60 cat, $70 dog), and keep us stocked with supplies. As usual, it's all tax deductible, so leave us a means of reaching you so we can send you a thank you note and receipt for your records when the taxman calls.
Thanks for supporting SNIP-IT! You're helping save lives!
The last two days have been ordering, cataloguing, sorting, and prepping supplies to go on the mobile.
Dr. Seaton will be visiting the mobile tomorrow to stock it.
We got our first batch of tangibles donated today. A kind soul cleaned out her closet and gave us two trash bags full of towels for the animal crates.
I honestly didn't think we'd realistically meet our start date. With your continued donations, we're going to be able to re-service all nine counties starting in June.
THANK YOU ALL!!