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|SBPA Desperately Needs Newspapers and Animal crates|| Rate Topic
|Posted: Sun May 12th, 2019 12:27 am||
|Can anyone out there help us? At our clinics we used lots of newspapers inside the crate where the furries await their turn for surgery. At 100 animals a clinic that is a lot of newspapers and we desperately need more.
You can either put them in a plastic bag and leave them at the front door of the clinic or leave them with the carpenters at the back of the clinic.............they will hold them for us.
The same if you have any animals crates. Big, small any size as long as the doors open and close and latch.
For some reason these disappear and we cannot hold a clinic without them so again, if you have any old crate/cages hanging around please drop them by the SBPA Clinic on the Ranchitos road across from the SIX Beer store.
If you need us to pick them up please send me a PM and thanks for any help you all can give us.
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