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Paul's Clinic receives $7.5K
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The Bissell Pet Foundation has awarded Paul’s Clinic Inc. with a grant of $7,500 to subsidize low-cost spay/ neuter services in Warren County.Established in 2011 by Cathy Bissell, a devoted pet lover and advocate herself, BPF addresses the growing problem of displaced, unwanted and homeless pets by providing assistance to shelter and rescue programs, and by creating awareness about pet overpopulation in hopes of finding every pet a loving home. Since its inception, the foundation has given more than $1.1 million in support to organizations like Stop Pet Overpopulation Today.“Paul’s Clinic is an ardent advocate of spaying and neutering as an effective way to combat the serious issues of euthanasia and animal abandonment,” said Villa Mitchell, founder of Paul’s Clinic. “This grant from the Bissell Pet Foundation 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.”Bissell Homecare, Inc. has committed up to $250,000 annually in donations to the Bissell Pet Foundation based on pet product sales.

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