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Paul's Clinic gets $1,000 grant
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Paul’s Clinic has received a grant to help spay and neuter pets from low-income households.The grant is for $1,000 and was awarded by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.Paul’s Clinic, located on Nashville Highway, has been diligently working to prevent unwanted pets through its spay-neuter program. According to facility records, Paul’s Clinic sterilized 2,170 pets from March 2012 to September 2013.“Paul’s Clinic is an ardent advocate of spaying and neutering as an effective way to battle the serious community issues of euthanasia and animal abandonment,” said Villa Mitchell, founder of Paul’s Clinic. “This grant from ASPCA will enable us to assist individuals who need to have their pets sterilized in order to comply with housing regulations, as well as others who as a result of the economic downturn simply can’t afford to pay for the surgical procedure.”Thousands of dogs and cats end up homeless or abandoned every year.