The ongoing oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico is having wide-ranging and severe impacts on families living in the region. Animal shelters are being overwhelmed by a tide of incoming animals, relinquished by families who are struggling to make ends meet. The Louisiana SPCA, in tandem with partner agencies, is offering free veterinary care including examinations, heartworm and feleuk/FIV tests, vaccinations, microchipping and spay/neuter surgery for qualified residents of Plaquemines, St. Bernard, Terrebone, and Jefferson parish that work within the fishing industry and who are in danger of relinquishing their pets. For more information on the program and how to get assistance, or how to donate, visit the LA-SPCA's Gulf Coast Companion Animal Relief Program site at http://la-spca.org/Page.aspx?pid=509 .
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