C.A.R.E.4Paws launches a spay-neuter outreach project in Lompoc tohelp fight the city's pet overpopulation problem
C.A.R.E.4Paws has launched a Critical Communities Spay-Neuter Outreach program in Lompoc, Santa Barbara County’s most overlooked pet-owning community. The year-long project promotes spaying and neutering and responsible pet ownership in specific areas of Lompoc that, traditionally, house a large number of unaltered dogs and cats—animals that keep adding to the city’s already overcrowded shelters and rescue groups. On April 20, we hosted a free vaccine clinic at Miller Landscaping for as many as 150 Lompoc dogs and cats. More than 100 of these pets got signed up for spay-neuter appointments with help of the veterinary clinics that support our program.