The Great Falls Animal Foundation helping several Great Falls community members keep the animal population under control today.
In order to help Great Falls lower the number of feral animals in our city by offering a low cost spay and neuter clinic at the Expo Park. This year volunteer staff say they have seen definite progress in their work by the number of younger animals they have taken care of this weekend.
"Every thing is donated, people donated the money and volunteers that work this and It's a lot of fun. I enjoy this. The money we make goes to this and then the Spay-getti dinner that we have in October funds this and so it's all donation all volunteer," says Sherry Kauffman.
The money raised by the spay and neuter clinic goes to help fund the clinic itself and other fund raisers like the Spay-getti dinner and the Fur Ball. According to staff we are very close to completing the Marget J. McClean animal welfare center.