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Spay It Away™



Both Wally's Friends and HES work hard every day to save animals, but have decided that working together we can accomplish more, and do it faster! We have made great strides but now we will push to save animals more than ever!

The vote is in! Petsmart Charities knows the results Wally's Friends and HES have demonstrated. They have awarded Wally's Friends a two year grant to target local neighborhoods that have a critical need for low-cost spay/neuter services.

Our goal is simple; we will offer free spay/neuter to qualifying residents to stop unwanted animals from being born and end animal overpopulation in each of the areas below. 

The two fantastic veterinarians at Wally's Friends will spay and neuter up to 65 animals per day! HES and Wally's Friends staff and volunteers will donate their energy and time to reach these citizens by walking the neighborhoods to spread the word! "SPAY IT AWAY!!"™.

This will be hard work but we are determined to make a greater than ever impact on behalf of the citizens and animals of Hamilton County!

We will target specific zip codes in Chattanooga and Hamilton County that produce the highest numbers of unaltered animals, and therefore the highest number of unwanted animals entering shelters, found as strays, or worse... meet a tragic ending. 

In Phase I, we will target St. Elmo (37409), Hixson (37343), and North Chattanooga (37405)



Details will follow as the campaign emerges! Please consider volunteering for this all important push for the animals to spread the word about free spay/neuter in these neighborhoods and, more importantly, to end animal overpopulation in our communities!  

To VOLUNTEER for this important project CLICK HERE
To DONATE To HES CLICK HERE
To DONATE TO WALLY'S  FRIENDS CLICK HERE


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

212 N. Highland Park Ave., Chattanooga, TN 37404 | Phone: 423-624-5302 | Fax: 423-624-5017 | Contact Us
paintings by Mike Holsomback
Please report animal abuse

For animal abuse in the City of Chattanooga, please call the McKamey Animal Care Center
at 423-305-6500.

For animal abuse within Unincorporated Hamilton County or the smaller municipalities that are served by HES, please call us directly
at 423.624.5302