We are pleased to support Be The Solution, Inc. and their efforts to address the pet overpopulation problem in north Florida.
(PRWEB) May 30, 2014
Animal Support, an animal welfare charity co-founded by Dr. Michael Omidi and Julian Omidi, is helping Tallahassee’s Be The Solution, Inc. to educate the public about the importance of spay-neuter procedures and to provide low-cost access to the same. Every year in the United States, millions of cats and dogs of all ages and breeds are euthanized or suffer as homeless strays. These high numbers are the result of unwanted, unplanned litters and can be prevented by spaying or neutering. Pet overpopulation is also a big problem locally in Tallahassee and the surrounding area with the County Animal Service Center euthanizing just under 50 percent of its dog and cat intakes every year.
“Pet overpopulation is a very important issue for us at Animal Support and getting pets spayed or neutered is something we believe in and promote,” according to Julian Omidi, co-founder of Animal Support. “Getting your pet spayed/neutered is one of the best ways responsible pet owners can love their loyal companions. We are pleased to support Be The Solution, Inc. and their efforts to address the pet overpopulation problem in north Florida.”
Be The Solution, Inc. is working toward a substantial goal of helping facilitate 4,000 spay/neuter surgeries through its low-cost spay/neuter voucher program this year. These service vouchers are available to qualified pet owners within Tallahassee, Monticello, Havana, Crawfordville, and Quincy. Vouchers can be picked up at the Be The Solution, Inc. store in the Tallahassee Mall (at 2415 North Monroe Street). Questions about the voucher program can be answered at (850) 545-2043.
Be The Solution, Inc. (http://www.bethesolution.us) is a non-profit animal welfare charity dedicated to curbing the pet overpopulation situation in and around Tallahassee, Florida. The organization does this by providing low-cost spay/neuter vouchers for pet owners and educating the public about the importance of having pets spayed and neutered. The education presentation, for kids and adults, discusses the local overpopulation situation with statistics about how quickly dogs and cats can multiply, how many enter the shelter each year, how many find homes, how many are euthanized, and how the problem is easily addressed by spay and neuter surgery.
Animal Support (http://www.animalsupport.org) is dedicated to addressing pet overpopulation and abuse by promoting charities working on behalf of animal well-being. The organization was founded by brothers Dr. Michael Omidi and Julian Omidi to advocate for animal protection, rescue, adoption, and spay and neuter laws. Animal Support does not accept donations but encourages direct contributions of money and talents to the charities and organizations featured on our website. For more information about Animal Support, send a message using the website’s Contact Us function, check out Animal Support on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Pinterest.