By Jayne Midura
In 2014, Coco’s Cupboard, Inc., an all-volunteer humane society which is solely dependent upon donations, spayed or neutered 450 dogs and cats at a cost of over $26,000. That represents about $58 per animal. That $26,000 is a small fortune to us, but we know it is money well spent, when you consider the “hidden” costs associated with not spaying or neutering animals.
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