We happen to be one of the non-profit organizations that helps people in Clay County get their pets spayed and neutered who can’t otherwise afford it. Calhoun County is lucky to have S.A.V.E. doing the same thing for its residents. In Clay County, we are fortunate to have the support of our local vet clinics, Twin Creeks and Country Aire. We are one of the few counties in the state that does not have its own animal shelter, so our vets are working with us to stop the overpopulation of unwanted animals. They understand the animal suffering and human expense to this unnecessary situation. They also appreciate the low-cost clinics.
We’ve been able to get 274 animals fixed in the one year since we began our program, which equates to approximately 9,864 less unwanted animals starving on the roadside, getting hit by cars or being euthanized.
Citizens for the Welfare of Animals in Clay County