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Humane groups combine forces for spay/neuter program
For The Times Members of the Humane Society of the United States’ Pets for Life Atlanta and the Humane Society of Northeast Georgia celebrated World Spay Day on Feb. 26 by transporting 34 cats and dogs from underserved Atlanta neighborhoods to HSNEGA’s Spay/Neuter Center in Gainesville for free spay/neuter surgeries. Participants, from left, were: front row, HSNEGA Spay/Neuter Center veterinarian Dr. Valeri Love, HSNEGA Spay/Neuter Center veterinary technician Tammy Wells, HSNEGA Spay/Neuter Center manager Misty Howard, HSUS-Pets for Life Atlanta manager Rachel Thompson and HSNEGA director of operations Angela Rhodes; back row, HSNEGA logistics coordinator Jeff Moore, HSNEGA volunteer Jonathan Ledford, HSNEGA executive director David Arias, HSUS-Pets for Life Atlanta community organizer Tim Freeman and HSUS-Pets for Life Atlanta coordinator Andrea Peterson.
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