- Category: Get to Know
- Published: Tuesday, 01 January 2019 00:00
Leading the Crusade against Animal Homelessness
The Spay-Neuter Action Project (SNAP) was founded nearly 30 years ago with a mission to help minimize the number of animals euthanized in San Diego. While their first efforts focused on creating a guide for local affordable spay/neuter providers, they have grown substantially. Now, SNAP focuses on preventing pet over-population by providing affordable services and raising awareness in low-income neighborhoods with their mobile surgery buses, or as they refer to them, Neuter Scooters. Thus far, they have been able spay and neuter over 60,000 animals, significantly reducing the number of homeless animals in our community.