Claremore Daily Progress


SPCA grant

Claremore Animal Shelter is currently offering free spay/neuter and vaccination opportunities for dogs or cats of low-income pet-owners living in the city. Claremore Animal Shelter Supervisor Jean Hurst said the shelter recently received a $4,500 grant from the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals to go towards helping Claremore residents to afford the cost of having their pet spayed or neutered.


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