Help FOWAS continue to help our community!
Here is what we did in 2015:
- 409 dogs and 667 cats have been spayed or neutered at the FOWAS-provided low-cost clinic. (January - October, 2015).
- Over 200 dogs were vaccinated during our annual Healthy Dog Vaccine Clinic.
- The Second Chance Fund paid for the treatment of several adoptable animals at the shelter which otherwise the Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter could not afford.
- FOWAS also provides supplies (such as blankets, toys, etc.) to ensure that animals at the Shelter are as comfortable as possible and works to educate the public about animal care
- The number of animals surrendered at the shelter has been decreasing since the spay & neuter clinic opened 2 years ago. We believe this is due to the services that FOWAS facilitates, especially spay and neuter.