Moore County Sheriff’s Office Animal Services partners with North Carolina State University College of Veterinarian Medicine, according to a news release from Animal Services.
Moore County Sheriff’s Office Animal Services has teamed up with NCSU College of Veterinarian Medicine allowing for cats to be spayed or neutered at no cost to the county. The relationship allows for the Sheriff’s Office to meet its many feline responsibilities while providing NCSU College of Veterinarian Medicine veterinary patients.
“The NC State College of Veterinary Medicine is where compassion meets science. Their mission is to advance the veterinary profession and animal health through ongoing discovery and medical innovation; provide animals and their owners with extraordinary, compassionate medical care; and prepare the next generation of veterinarians and veterinary research scientists. The world-leading faculty and clinicians are at the forefront of interdisciplinary biomedical innovation, conducting solution-driven research that defines the interconnections between animal and human health,” according to Animal Services.
Mr. Orange (depicted in courtesy photo from Animal Services) along with 11 of his furry buddies were the second set of NCSU Moore County Sheriff’s Office Animal Services visitors in the month of August.
“I would like to thank NCSU College of Veterinarian Medicine for their wiliness to help us with our mission at Moore County Sheriff’s Office Animal Services,” said Sheriff Neil Godfrey. “This is just one more relationship we are fortunate to have that assists us in meeting our goals of providing the best possible services to the citizens of Moore County.”