Lee County Humane Society receives $1,000 Spay and Neuter Grant from BISSELL Pet Foundation to reduce the homeless pet population


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Opelika Observer

The Lee County Humane Society is proud to announce it has been awarded a $1,000 grant from BISSELL Pet Foundation for spay and neuter procedures. The organization hopes to address overcrowding in shelters and rescues by preventing unwanted litters of cats and dogs.
“Through no fault of their own, wonderful pets end up in the shelter, said Cathy Bissell, founder of the BISSELL Pet Foundation. “It’s a heartbreaking reality that BPF works to prevent through funding for spay and neuter. We are committed to helping our partners save lives.”
This grant will provide financial support to residents of Lee County through the LCHS’s low-cost spay-neuter programs. With a mission to find every pet a home, BPF focuses their efforts on adoption, spay/neuter, microchipping and emergency support.
For more information, visit www.leecountyhumane.org/low-cost-spay-neuter.
About BISSELL Pet Foundation:
BISSELL Pet Foundation is a charitable 501c3 nonprofit organization with a mission to help reduce the number of animals in shelters through pet adoption, spay/neuter programs, microchipping and emergency support. Founded in 2011 by Cathy Bissell, the BPF is an extension of her long-standing love for animals and commitment to their welfare. BPF has since partnered with more than 4,800 shelters and rescues across the U.S. and Canada to help pets find loving homes. The foundation is supported by generous donors and BISSELL Homecare, Inc where every purchase saves pets. For more information, visit www.bissellpetfoundation.org.


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