Celebrating Spay4LA

Robbyn Battles with Supervisor Antonovich I was so honored to be a part of the ribbon cutting yesterday. However all the credit goes to the wonderful people discussed below.

Supervisor Antonovich joined Spay4la President Erika Brunson and Marcia Mayeda of the Department of Animal Care and Control at the Crescenta Valley Dog Park to unveil a mobile spay and neuter clinic created to enhance low-cost pet spay and neuter services in the county. Created on my motion, this public-private partnership with Spay4LA will provide these vital services to communities with limited access.

Committed to a much needed cause for years. These wonderful people Supervisor Antonovich, Marcia Mayeda, Dept. of Animal Care & Control, Erika Brunson, President of SPAY4LA,  and Pam Wilkerson,  had a vision to grow the mobile spay and neuter program. After years of hard work  and fundraising they now have this wonderful new mobile spay and neuter clinic.

Continuing to provide spaying and neutering for our pets in Los Angeles County remains a high priority and a critical strategy to reduce the number of unwanted pets.

According to Supervisor Antonovich,“Erika Brunson has been a tireless advocate for animals. Without her, none of this would have been possible.”

The Petco Foundation has also donated $150,000 grant to help the county provide low-cost spay and neuter surgeries.

Be sure to Like the Spay4LA facebook page. Pet owners can learn more about spay and neutering services by calling: (800) SPAY4LA

If you are looking for a new family pet be sure to visit one of our local Humane Societies. Four years ago my family adopted the sweetest little dog in the world, Sophie. Sophie was adopted at the Pasadena Humane Society. If you want something fun to do for a very good cause don’t miss the Pasadena Wiggle Waggle.