East Tennessee Spay and Neuter launches donation drive
Published 10:01 am Wednesday, October 11, 2023
FROM STAFF REPORTS
The East Tennessee Spay and Neuter organization, in collaboration with local businesses in downtown Elizabethton, is reaching out to the community to extend a helping hand to their four-legged friends. This initiative calls for generous contributions of essential supplies on October 19, coinciding with the downtown Shop Late Thursday event. Residents are encouraged to donate paper towels, dish detergent, and disinfecting wipes to ensure the well-being of the animals under the organization’s care.
Maintaining a clean and safe environment is pivotal in providing low-cost spay and neuter services while also ensuring the comfort and health of these animals. Supplies such as paper towels, dish detergent, and disinfecting wipes play a crucial role in achieving these objectives.
Local businesses in downtown Elizabethton have graciously volunteered to serve as drop-off locations for these donations, with clearly marked collection bins. This arrangement aims to make the donation process convenient and accessible for all. On October 19, during Shop Late Thursday, residents can conveniently leave their contributions at these locations.
Each paper towel roll, bottle of dish detergent, or container of disinfecting wipes holds the potential to make a meaningful impact on the well-being of these beloved animals. By coming together, the community can create a cleaner, safer, and more comfortable environment for these pets.
The East Tennessee Spay and Neuter organization urges community members to spread the word and gather their donations for this special Donation Drive. The objective is to make a lasting impact and further the organization’s mission of assisting animals in need.
About East Tennessee Spay and Neuter: The East Tennessee Spay and Neuter organization is committed to providing low-cost spay and neuter services to pet owners in need, with a focus on promoting responsible pet ownership. By reducing the number of unwanted animals, they aim to enhance the overall well-being of animals in the community.