(1) In 8 years, the 2017 shelter intake was reduced 55% since the peak 2009 year (~6000 to 2680), and the euthanasia was reduced a huge 89% (~4000 to 459)during same period.
So many animals have been saved!! In 2017 about 83% of dogs & cats surrendered to the Shelter were saved.
(2)SNAP wishes to recognize and thank the following grantors for their support of our spay/neuter program:
a-Radio Systems Corporation/PetSafe(R)
c - East Tennessee Foundation Fund for Monroe County.
d - East Tennessee Foundation's Galbraith Memorial Fund.
e-Monroe County Friends of Animals
f-On Shore Foundation
g-Animal Friendly license plate fund
3) Overall, SNAP obtains 80% of funding from Foundations and 20% locally (Monroe County Friends of Animals, Voucher Recipient donations & public donations)