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When did you first hear about MS SPAN and/or the Big Fix Clinic?

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  • Crystal Morgan
    answered 2018-08-28 11:25:05 -0500
    Q: What is the animal's life like now?
    A: Happy and playful
  • Crystal Morgan
    answered 2018-08-28 11:24:34 -0500
    Q: Do you remember the first time you saw the animal (when you decided to adopt)? What was their physical and emotional state like?
    A: She was a puppy.really shy
  • Crystal Morgan
    answered 2018-08-28 11:23:53 -0500
    Q: Tell us about a specific animal or animals who used our services.
    A: My Rottweiler lola.
  • Crystal Morgan
    answered 2018-08-28 11:22:50 -0500
    Q: What do you wish that other people knew about us?
    A: You are very nice and helpful
  • Crystal Morgan
    answered 2018-08-28 11:21:57 -0500
    Q: When did you first hear about MS SPAN and/or the Big Fix Clinic?
    A: January 2018
  • Michael & Alicia Kraemer
    answered 2018-08-09 01:40:52 -0500
    Q: Is there anything else you would like to share?
    A: Thank you MSSPAN for allowing me the ability to have the feral cats in my area spayed and neutered at a manageable cost.
  • Michael & Alicia Kraemer
    answered 2018-08-09 01:38:56 -0500
    Q: How did you learn about spay and neuter and its importance? Was there a life event that changed your views?
    A: Attended an event at LA-SPCA hosted by Alley Cat Allies
  • Michael & Alicia Kraemer
    answered 2018-08-09 01:38:17 -0500
    Q: With so many great organizations to support, why should others support Mississippi Spay and Neuter?
    A: Obviously, all causes are great to support, however, the overpopulation of homeless animals is not just a problem for the animals but also for things like spreading diseases to other animals and people. It is important to support Mississippi Spay and Neuter to help control and reduce the homeless/stray animal populations for animal and human safety and happiness.
  • Michael & Alicia Kraemer
    answered 2018-08-09 01:31:45 -0500
    Q: Without access to affordable spay/neuter, what would you have done? Who/what would have suffered?
    A: They would not have been spayed or neutered, so there would likely be hundreds more around.
  • Michael & Alicia Kraemer
    answered 2018-08-09 01:31:01 -0500
    Q: What is the animal's life like now?
    A: I feel like their lives are better. Some of them even let us touch them briefly when we bring their food out to them (this has taken several years for them to get to know us though).
  • Michael & Alicia Kraemer
    answered 2018-08-09 01:29:13 -0500
    Q: Do you remember the first time you saw the animal (when you decided to adopt)? What was their physical and emotional state like?
    A: All the animals that I bring in are feral cats. They are usually very scared.
  • Michael & Alicia Kraemer
    answered 2018-08-09 01:28:25 -0500
    Q: Tell us about a specific animal or animals who used our services.
    A: I have brought several feral cats from dumpster areas around our county to be spayed and neutered. Hopefully, this has helped reduce their populations some. There are still so many left to trap and bring in, but I do it as I am able.
  • Michael & Alicia Kraemer
    answered 2018-08-09 01:26:35 -0500
    Q: What do you wish that other people knew about us?
    A: That they don’t have to skip getting their pets spayed and neutered because of high costs.
  • Michael & Alicia Kraemer
    answered 2018-08-09 01:24:19 -0500
    Q: When did you first hear about MS SPAN and/or the Big Fix Clinic?
    A: A few years ago.
  • Linda Moree
    followed this page 2018-08-02 18:30:19 -0500
  • Frances Rodgers
    answered 2018-08-01 20:17:55 -0500
    Q: How did you learn about spay and neuter and its importance? Was there a life event that changed your views?
    A: No had looked online for affordable spay and y’all were the least expensive and I knew that I didn’t want either to have puppies because it is enough homeless dogs out there already
  • Frances Rodgers
    answered 2018-08-01 20:13:32 -0500
    Q: With so many great organizations to support, why should others support Mississippi Spay and Neuter?
    A: Because y’all are affordable and great with the pets
  • Frances Rodgers
    answered 2018-08-01 20:10:52 -0500
    Q: Without access to affordable spay/neuter, what would you have done? Who/what would have suffered?
    A: I would have deal with them being in heat but no one would suffer
  • Frances Rodgers
    answered 2018-08-01 20:09:45 -0500
    Q: What is the animal's life like now?
    A: They live like queens always indoors and want for nothing
  • Frances Rodgers
    answered 2018-08-01 20:08:13 -0500
    Q: Do you remember the first time you saw the animal (when you decided to adopt)? What was their physical and emotional state like?
    A: I didn’t adopt them got one from a friend and the other one found her on the street and she was very skinny and malnutrition because you could feel her bones all over now she is a happy runt
  • Frances Rodgers
    answered 2018-08-01 20:05:35 -0500
    Q: Tell us about a specific animal or animals who used our services.
    A: I have had 2 female dogs spayed and second female dog got her shots and spayed
  • Frances Rodgers
    answered 2018-08-01 20:03:40 -0500
    Q: What do you wish that other people knew about us?
    A: That y’all very friendly to customers and their pets and I had a great experience with the clinic all 3 times I have came in
  • Frances Rodgers
    answered 2018-08-01 20:02:05 -0500
    Q: When did you first hear about MS SPAN and/or the Big Fix Clinic?
    A: It was a little over 2 years ago
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  • Derek Destache
    answered 2018-07-30 17:00:00 -0500
    Q: How did you learn about spay and neuter and its importance? Was there a life event that changed your views?
    A: Word of mouth.
  • Derek Destache
    answered 2018-07-30 16:59:45 -0500
    Q: With so many great organizations to support, why should others support Mississippi Spay and Neuter?
    A: Because you people do the hands on work that addresses the problem of overpopulation directly at the source.
  • Derek Destache
    answered 2018-07-30 16:58:14 -0500
    Q: Without access to affordable spay/neuter, what would you have done? Who/what would have suffered?
    A: Woulda had to shoot em I guess…I’m a pretty good shot so they wouldn’t have suffered, but I woulda felt bad about it, most likely.
  • Derek Destache
    answered 2018-07-30 16:56:50 -0500
    Q: What is the animal's life like now?
    A: They are much happier and don’t fight as much.
  • Derek Destache
    answered 2018-07-30 16:56:31 -0500
    Q: Do you remember the first time you saw the animal (when you decided to adopt)? What was their physical and emotional state like?
    A: Like I said, they’re much happier since we got me fixed and don’t fight so much.
  • Derek Destache
    answered 2018-07-30 16:54:58 -0500
    Q: Tell us about a specific animal or animals who used our services.
    A: Ya’ll helped us get all the stray cats around my mamas house fixed and now all her cats are much happier and don’t fight as much.