(1) In 7 years, the 2016 shelter intake was reduced 52% since the peak 2009 year (~6000 to 2840), and the euthanasia was reduced a huge 84% (~4000 to 643)during same period. So many animals have been saved!!
Be sure to watch the link to video: Spay Neuter Programs in Tennessee and Monroe County,TN.
(2)SNAP wishes to recognize and thank the following grantors for their support of our spay/neuter program:
a-PetSmart Charities - 500 cats in Madisonville Zip Code 37354
b-T.S. and K.D. Glide Foundation
c-Bissell Pet Foundation
d-Bernice Barbour Foundation
e-On Shore Foundation
f-Williamson County Humane Association
g-Monroe County Friends of Animals
3) Overall, SNAP obtains 80% of funding from Foundations and 20% locally (Monroe County Friends of Animals, Voucher Recipient donations & public donations)