Fort McMurray SPCA announces animal viewing closed June 9-17th

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The Fort McMurray SPCA has announced its shelter at 155 MacAlpine Cres will have reduced services June 9-17 while the organization participates in the large scale spay and neuter clinics in the rural communities.

“We appreciate the community’s support while we participate in these large scale spay and neuter clinics with the Alberta Spay Neuter Task Force,” said Tara Clarke, executive director of the FMSPCA.

The clinics will be held in the First Nation communities of Fort McKay First Nation, Chipewyan Prairie Dene First Nation and Fort McMurray First Nation 468 where the organizations expect to spay or neuter up to 430 dogs and 150 cats.

The shelter will be open regular hours, however, animal viewing and dog walking will be unavailable to the public until Sunday, June 18th.