Help Offered to Chesterfield’s Homeless Animals

Call it dog day.

On the same day last week, two humane organizations and a group of residents offered to help Chesterfield County reduce the number of homeless dogs and cats killed each year and increase the number sterilized and adopted.The Richmond SPCA is seeking a partnership in which animals at the county’s shelter in danger of being euthanized would be transferred to the SPCA for safekeeping and adoption.

The Richmond Animal League has offered a low-cost partnership for sterilizing pre-adoption animals and providing medical services.

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