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Bloomington Pets Alive Expands Its Lifesaving Mission with New Greene County Location


BLOOMINGTON— JANUARY 16, 2024 - Bloomington Pets Alive, a leading nonprofit clinic dedicated to animal welfare, is excited to announce the opening of its secondary location in Greene County, Indiana, at the Greene County Humane Society in Linton, Indiana.


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This expansion marks a significant milestone in the organization's mission to make spay/neuter services accessible and affordable for all, contributing to the reduction of pet homelessness and unnecessary euthanasia.



As a nonprofit organization, Bloomington Pets Alive relies on the generosity of compassionate supporters who share their commitment to creating a community where every pet has a chance for a healthy and happy life. The primary location has successfully provided vital spay/neuter services, and the new Greene County facility aims to extend these lifesaving efforts to a broader

community.


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The impact of spaying and neutering on the well-being of pets and communities cannot be overstated. When surgery numbers increase, shelter intake and euthanasia rates decrease, creating a positive ripple effect throughout the counties served by Pets Alive.


The organization firmly believes that spay/neuter is the key to ending the unnecessary euthanasia of healthy cats and dogs.


By expanding their reach to Greene County, Bloomington Pets Alive is poised to make an even greater difference in reducing pet homelessness, relieving the burden on local shelters, and promoting the overall health and longevity of furry family members.



The clinic's commitment to keeping surgery fees low ensures that these essential services remain accessible to everyone in the community.


"We are thrilled to open our secondary location in Greene County, Indiana, as it allows us to extend our reach and impact in addressing the critical issues of pet overpopulation and unnecessary euthanasia," said David Dunn, Executive Director at Bloomington Pets Alive.


"We are grateful for the ongoing support of our donors, whose contributions enable us to make spay/neuter services available to those who need it the most."

Greene County Humane Society president Kegan Inman said, “We are so excited to be able to welcome Pets Alive to Greene County. A core mission of the humane society is to end homeless and unwanted animals. Spaying/neutering is the number one way to do that. The increased access for Greene County residents to this critical service is a big step in progressing our

mission.”


Bloomington Pets Alive invites the community to join in celebrating the opening of the Greene County location and continuing their lifesaving mission. Donations play a crucial role in supporting the clinic's efforts, making a far-reaching impact on the lives of pets and the well-being of the entire community.


To learn more about Bloomington Pets Alive and how to support their mission, please visit www.petsaliveindiana.org. The Greene County location is located at 1026 N 1375 W, Linton, IN 47441 and will be taking appointments for spay/neuter surgeries on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday as well as offering Wellness Clinics open to the public on those days from 4PM-7PM.


Surgeries can be scheduled by calling (812) 349-1349, online scheduling will be available soon.


The location is open to everyone, regardless of county of residence.

About Bloomington Pets Alive: Bloomington Pets Alive is a nonprofit clinic dedicated to providing affordable and accessible spay/neuter services to address pet overpopulation and reduce unnecessary euthanasia. With a commitment to the well-being of pets and communities, Bloomington Pets Alive strives to create

a world where every pet has the opportunity for a healthy and happy life.


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