There is a very nice article, written by Elliot Ferguson, in the February 19th, 2019 edition of the Kingston Whig Standard which addresses, in part, the need for a high-volume, reduced cost, spay/neuter clinic – something for which SNKI has been advocating for quite some time.
SNKI began operating in 2009 and, due to massive need, was the first organization in Kingston to provide TNVR services in the area. In 2014, SNKI was asked by the City of Kingston to oversee the new City of Kingston TNVR Program since we had a very successful TNVR program already in place. SNKI agreed to do this in conjunction with our own active TNVR program.
In response to public input from our
SNKI oversaw the City program for four years while attempting to rally other animal welfare organizations behind the opening of a much needed
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