O'Malley PET is a division of The O'Malley Alley Cat Organization, Nacogdoches, TX

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History of SpayNeuterNac
The First Chapter

6-2012 - Daily Sentinel - "Spay/neuter clinic closed temporarily - clinic expected to open soon after 'administrative changes.'

4-20-12 - City of Nacogdoches closes SpayNeuterNac clinic and begins referring surgeries to local veterinary clinics.

4-2012 - SpayNeuterNac receives $57,000 grant from PetSmart Charities.

1-2012 - Humane Society provides $10,000 clinic operation budget for 2012.

11-3-11 Shout Out on SpayNeuter-Now.org - "Spay/Neuter/Nacogdoches". Dr. John Morton, President of Texas Veterinary Medical Association (TVMA), is a visiting surgeon at SpayNeuterNac.

10-2011 - Lois Bright Memorial Fund provides $13,000 for clinic equipment.

7-17-11 Daily Sentinel - "Short and long term effects of not spaying/neutering"

5-2011 - Humane Society donates $5000 to expand Operating Room to 2 surgery tables, and provides $5000 clinic operation budget for the remainder of 2011.

4-1-11 - SpayNeuterNac receives $34,000 grant from Texas Department of State Health Services Animal Friendly License Plate Program

3-27-11 Daily Sentinel - "Humane Society City team up to help control pets"

3-14-11 KTRE - "Nacogdoches low-cost spay/neuter clinic needs city's help to stay open"

2-23-11 - Anonymous benefactor agrees to pay 100% of medical feeds for dogs and cats leaving the shelter and going to a rescue group for adoption, and St. Francis Rescue of Nacogdoches agrees to pay 80% of medical fees on all pit bull dogs adopted from the Nacogdoches Animal Shelter, as well as those owned by people in Nacogdoches County demonstrating financial need. St. Francis as always has also provided financial support for spay-neuter of any pit bull type dog in the Nacogdoches area, regardless of financial need. St. Francis makes arrangements for surgery at local clinics for those dogs owned by people who do not qualify for surgery at SpayNeuterNac.

1-21-11 Dallas Examiner - "New East Texas Spay-Neuter Clinic"

1-10-11 - SpayNeuterNac opens to the public, performing the first surgeries on pets owned by people who demonstrate financial need.

1-6-11 KTRE - "East Texas shelters hoping to save more animals"

1-5-11 Daily Sentinel - "Toasts: Kudos to the Animal Shelter..."

1-2-11 Daily Sentinel - "No Easy Fix: Shelter Hopes Spay-Neuter Clinic will Reduce Numbers"

12-19-10 Daily Sentinel - "County Group Recognizes Four People for Helping Animals"

12-2-10 - Pam Smith of BARC, the Humane Society in Palestine TX visits SpayNeuterNac with BARC Volunteer. BARC is in the process of starting their own low cost spay-neuter clinic in their community, with the help of Dr. Karen Stone of Southwest Hills Veterinary Clinic.

8-23-10 - First day surgery day at SpayNeuterNac, performing surgery on animals adopted from the shelter.

8-19-10 Daily Sentinel - "New Spay-Neuter Clinic to Help with Overpopulation"

8-17-10 - SpayNeuterNac approved by Nacogdoches City Council, City takes over administration of SpayNeuterNac.

6-2010 - Humane Society agrees to pay medical fees for all pets owned by citizens of Nacogdoches County who qualify financially for free services.

4-18-10 Daily Sentinel - "Animal Shelter Spaying Training"

2-11-10 - First bi-weekly Volunteer Clinic Staff Training (154 shelter animals had surgery during the 6 month training period).

1-2010 - Humane Society of Nacogdoches began negotiations with the City of Nacogdoches to administer the spay-neuter clinic.

9-26-09 Daily Sentinel - "Humane Society Pushing for Spay-Neuter Clinic at Animal Shelter"

8-9-09 - Humane Society of Nacogdoches County recruits Dr. Blount to begin clinic purchases and set-up, allocating $40,000 budget.

2007 - Proposal by Mike Connolly, DVM to purchase equipment for and coordinate a spay-neuter clinic at the shelter.

2005 - Humane Society of Nacogdoches County met with local vets to propose a low cost spay-neuter program.

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Fundraisers: Kathy McGough Christmas CD | "I Paved the Way" Brick Fundraiser | Quilt Raffle | Rex and Sammy Fund

History: News Summer 2015 | News Spring 2015 | News Winter 2015 | Teddy Bear Surgery | News Fall 2014 | News Spring 2014
News Winter 2014 | News Fall 2013 | News Summer 2013 | News Spring 2013 | News Winter 2013 | O'Malley House Move In Day
News 2012 | News 2011-2012 | SpayNeuterNac History

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