Pet OverPopulation Prevention has purchased and is remodeling a building that will home to their first spay and neuter clinic in Pasco. Much is needed to make the clinic run and POPP needs community support to help supply the facility with equipment and surgical supplies.

Erin Vasquez POPP's Development and Community Outreach Coordinator along with Emily Mick-Marketing Director for Toyota of Tri-Cities visited Rik and Patti on 98.3 The Key to discuss the fundraising campaign.

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Pet Overpopulation Prevention's mission is to find forever homes for feral, abandoned, and homeless pets. These furry four-legged pets sure could use some love and the comfort of a safe, warm home.

There are many, many more available pets looking for their forever homes.  Don't you need a friend to love?

Pet Overpopulation Prevention is a Tri-Cities area all-volunteer organization with one paid position. POPP depends a lot on a network of volunteers with big hearts to fulfill the mission to end overpopulation.  The organization does this by educating the public regarding spaying and neutering of their pets, spay/neuter assistance, and providing various methods of caring for and finding homes for feral, abandoned, and homeless pets.

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