Low-Cost Vaccination & Wellness Clinics Through Pets4Life
Studies show that veterinary care has become unaffordable for a large segment of the pet-owning public, and especially for those who fall under the federal poverty guidelines. No owner wants a pet to suffer because medical care is out of reach. Additionally, we believe that no pet owner should have to consider surrendering a loved companion animal to an already overcrowded shelter system because of a their financial inability to provide basic veterinary care.
Pets4Life (http://pets4lifelou.org/) offers low-cost wellness clinics quarterly to the Portland/West End communities in Louisville who would otherwise not be able to afford to provide basic care for their companion animals.
DUE TO COVID19 PLEASE FOLLOW PETS4LIFE’s FACEBOOK PAGE OR VISIT THEIR WEBSITE FOR CLINIC UPDATES
Time: 2:00 p.m.
Place: The Table Restaurant
1800 Portland Avenue, Louisville, KY 40212
Call (502) 309-9303
***Limit 2 Pets Per Household***
(No Puppy/Kitten Litters)
An estimated 3.5 million Americans are homeless. Between 5% to 10% of homeless people have pets that provide companionship, protection, and unconditional love.