Membership Expiring Soon. Please Renew Today!
Dear Animal Friend:
Four decades ago we came to you about working together to change the face of animal welfare in Clay County. You may remember some of our many success stories over the years, and it is you, our supporters, that we have to thank for helping make those possible. Many…MANY…animals have found comfort, relief, sanctuary, and second chances at Clay Humane thanks to your generosity and dedication to our first initiative those 40 years ago.
Clay Humane is one of our areas oldest and most proactive animal welfare organizations, motivated by one goal – fostering humane attitudes in our communities and, in turn, ending the needless euthanasia of healthy animals in our shelters. Every day the Society and its veterinary clinic provides low cost or free veterinary care, promotes humane education, performs pet assisted therapy for the elderly or disabled and works to rehabilitate injured, orphaned and displaced wildlife. In October 2013, we launched our most aggressive spay and neuter initiative to date – completely free cat sterilizations available to anyone, anywhere. Since, we have sterilized over 18,000 feral and owned cats, preventing tens of thousands of unwanted births. And we have no plans to slow down.
Your support has been instrumental in helping to ensure the future of these and many other valuable programs. Throughout its 40 year history, Clay Humane has been a solid fixture in the community – and we could not have done it without your help. As we receive no county or state funding, the income from our ever-hectic clinic and the generous contributions of our dedicated supporters empower us to help those who have nowhere else to turn when in need. With your help, the Society will continue to serve individuals from around the area - raising consciousness to the importance of responsible, compassionate pet ownership.
Present membership expires on August 31, 2017. If you have not already renewed, please renew your membership below as soon as possible. As always, we wish you a safe and humane year.