Friends offers October neuter special on orange, black cats

September 2006
Malakoff News (TX);9/29/2006, Vol. 97 Issue 39, p3
The article reports that the Friends of the Animals Low-Cost Spay Neuter Clinic in Malakoff, Texas is offering a discount of 20 percent off surgeries for all orange or black cats for the month of October 2006. The clinic is located in Gun Barrel City and is run mostly by volunteers. Contact information is provided for all interested parties.


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