Wally’s Friends needs help saving their clinic
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (WDEF) – Wally’s Friends, one of Chattanooga’s low cost spay and neuter clinics, needs help keeping their doors open.
The clinic is searching for a new veterinarian so they can continue to perform their surgeries.
They lost their vet earlier this year and have had to stop operating since.
Wally’s typically sees over thirty pets a day for procedures and volunteers say spaying and neutering keeps thousands of unwanted pets out of shelters and off the streets.
Former director Eileen Price says she has seen the clinic be a great help to the Chattanooga area.
“We’ve had a lot of good veterinarians in here and you know great staff, making such a difference and today we really just need to ask the public to help keep the lights on until we can find a veterinarian.”
Wally’s has several ways you can help, including a go-fund-me account.
More information is also on their Facebook page.