AnimalWorks receives grant from Fouche family

AnimalWorks, 3377 Regal Drive in Alcoa, has received a grant from the Charles and Sue Fouche Charitable Foundation to help provide reduced-cost pet spay/neuter services to qualified Blount County residents.

The grant will pay for all spay/neuter surgical costs and rabies vaccination fees.

Qualified participants will be responsible only for co-payments of $5 per cat and $10 per dog.

The foundation is in honor of Charles and Sue Fouche, who were long-time employees of Alcoa, Inc., and spent much time helping animals.

Income restrictions apply to receive the low-cost spay and neuter price. To find out if you qualify for this spay/neuter program, or to schedule a spay/neuter appointment for your pets, call AnimalWorks at 865-379-2227.

The mission of AnimalWorks is to reduce the homeless pet population in East

Tennessee. Since its inception in September 2001, AnimalWorks has spayed or neutered more than 22,000 animals and found homes for more than 5,000 cats and dogs.

For more information about AnimalWorks, visit www.animalworkstn.org

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