Leon and Lucy

Josh and his wife had seen Leon roaming around their neighborhood, but he was skittish and would run from them when they would try to pet him.  Continue reading

Happy National Feral Cat Day!

Alley Cat Allies launched National Feral Cat Day®  in 2001 to raise awareness about feral (also called community) cats, promote Trap-Neuter-Return, and empower and mobilize the millions of compassionate Americans who care for them. National Feral Cat Day® is observed on October 16 every year.  Continue reading

Happy Birthday Elaine!

If you know Elaine Adair, our Founder and VP of Operations, you know she's a pretty determined and amazing human being. Continue reading

Stories from the 30,000

When The Big Fix Clinic celebrated it's 30,000th spay/neuter surgery, we asked for your stories and photos of the pets you have had fixed there. Thank you for all of your wonderful responses!    Continue reading

Payless Car Sales donates $800 to the Big Fix Clinic

Shout out to our neighbors at Payless Car Sales for their kind-hearted gift!  Continue reading

Free Rabies Vaccines for Hattiesburg/Forrest County Pets on 9/26/15

Our friends at Southern Pines Spay and Neuter Clinic are hosting a FREE rabies vaccine clinic this Saturday!  Continue reading

Rescued dogs escape, return to the abandoned house where they were found

Jackie T. brought Maddie and Daxton to the Big Fix Clinic to be fixed. We were so touched by their story!  Continue reading

Say hello to Piper, the 30,000th pet fixed at the Big Fix Clinic!

The Big Fix Clinic opened it's doors on October 30th, 2008. On September 12th, 2015, we fixed our 30,000th pet, Piper!  To celebrate, we presented Piper with a basket full of goodies donated by Hollywood Feed Ridgeland. Continue reading

Magnolia Federal Credit Union's "Chip Your Pet" Event- Big Success!

Thanks to the generous sponsorship of Magnolia Federal Credit Union, we microchipped 47 cats and dogs on 8/22/15! Continue reading

Killing is killing: It's time to change the paradigm

Although MS SPAN is not involved in saving exotic animals like Cecil, we were devastated to learn of his tragic death at the hands of an apparently unenlightened and truly narcissistic individual who kills defenseless animals for sport.  A trophy hunter who lives for the thrill of the hunt.  How sad that he and others like him can never appreciate the beauty of splendid beasts like Cecil, the king of the jungle. Continue reading