Pensacola Humane Society reports Pensacola is on its way to becoming a no-kill community with the dedication of the Barbara Grice Memorial Spay & Neuter Clinic at the Pensacola Humane Society on May 18. The public is invited to attend from 11 am–12:30 pm for a ribbon cutting, brief remarks, light refreshments and a tour of the clinic building at 5 North Q Street.
Executive Director Sarah Humlie stated, in a press release, that the project was the dream of the late Barbara Grice, former board president and dedicated volunteer of the Humane Society, who was determined to find a solution for the problem of pet overpopulation in our area by providing spay and neuter services at reduced rates.
A Pensacola Bay Area Impact 100 grant provided the equipment for the Barbara Grice Memorial Spay & Neuter Clinic was provided by a generous grant from the women of Pensacola Bay Area Impact 100.
The Pensacola Humane Society thanks the following board members for their hard work and vision in bringing this project to fruition: Shirley Brougham, Ceil Reese, Joshua Carter, Eloise de Varona, Natalie Morse, Barbara Sawyer, Paul Silivos, Skip Vogelsang, Jennifer Knisbell, Sandra Porras, Jessica Scholl and Mike Viola; and gratefully acknowledges the contributions of Cynthia Farrar, Dr. Sherry White, Dr. Mark Sprayberry and Ginny Ritenour.
The Pensacola Humane Society is a not-for-profit, no-kill shelter for homeless, abandoned and neglected cats and dogs and is located at 5 North Q Street, Pensacola, FL 32505. For more information call 432-4250 or visit www.pensacolahumane.org.