Companion Animal Clinic Foundation is reorganizing the Spay Neuter Veterinary Clinic, Vass, NC, with the official change of ownership beginning December, 2020. Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the immediate need to address animal overpopulation will be acute as we recover into 2021. CACF has retained personnel to re-organize the SNVC under a new management team. Additionally, CACF will continue to pursue the purchase of a mobile spay/neuter unit to address the underserved areas. Since the NC SNAP program has been halted, and spay/neuter is not considered essential, we recognize the difficulty animal welfare groups and individuals are facing during this time. With expected increased demand for spay/neuter into 2021, CACF will focus on preserving low-cost surgery.
Our mission to reduce euthanasia through low-cost spay/neuter is unwavering. We are in this together- canine, feline and human. Stay well.
Over 80,000 Animals Spayed and Neutered
Companion Animal Clinic Foundation, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization in Southern Pines, is a volunteer organization dedicated to eliminating the euthanasia of abandoned and unwanted animals in our region through affordable spay/neuter.
CAC Foundation works with local veterinarians, rescue and adoption organizations, county governments, and the North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine to accomplish its mission.
With the support of our sponsors, current and past, The Companion Animal Clinic Foundation kept millions of unwanted animals out of North Carolina’s animal shelters and saved taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars.