Free Rabies & Microchip with Purchase of City License June 22, 2013

Free Rabies and Free Microchip with the purchase of a KCMO Pet License at Garfield Elementary School on June 22, 2013

Who:Spay & Neuter Kansas City and the city of KCMO What:Special Campaign, Reduced Pricing for Project T.L.C. (Tag, License, Chip) When:June 22, 2013 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm Where:436 Prospect Ave, KCMO 64124

Kansas City, MO – June 17, 2013Spay & Neuter Kansas City (SNKC) announces a special Project TLC clinic to be held June 22, 2013 at the gym of Garfield Elementary School , 436 Prospect Ave., Kansas City, MO from 9:00am to 12:00 pm only. SNKC, in partnership with the city of Kansas City, MO, will offer FREE rabies, and a FREE microchip with the purchase of a KCMO city pet license for $10. This offer is open to all KCMO pet owners who are NOT current on rabies, pet licensing and have not been previously microchipped. Pet owners must purchase a KCMO pet license at $10 to receive the free rabies and microchip.

This special is for June 22, 2013 only – however the full package can be purchased at SNKC’s normal wellness clinics on Fridays or Saturday mornings for only $30 if the pet is already fixed. Other specially priced clinics are planned throughout 2013.

SNKC began Project T.L.C. in order to increase pet retention and the reunification of lost pets in the Greater Kansas City Area. SNKC’s Project T.L.C.’s goal is to tag, license and microchip 10,000 pets in 2013. Only a very small percentage of lost pets entering our area shelters are able to be reunited with their owner due to lack of identification. A public service announcement highlighting the need for these services can be found on our website. -

Call 816.353-0940 or visit the website, for more information.

The goal is to tag, license and chip as many metro pets as possible on June 22, 2013. This will: •Identify a pet and help reunite the owner and the pet if it is lost. •Give the pet one FREE RIDE HOME if it has a KCMO license on and is found by Animal Control wearing its tags. •Identify a pet to local emergency officials and trained rescue personal in the event of a natural disaster. This will allow owners and pets to be reunited quickly.


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