WCAWL Active In helping Animals
The Wetzel County Animal Welfare League, Inc. has concluded the generously received CFOV grant.
The gift was used for alteration of numerous pets in the ohio valley.
The group altered 16 dogs and 25 cats that were either stray, homeless, or owned by those requiring financial assistance. This has saved numerous unwanted pets from overpopulation. According to “Spay USA” an unspayed female cat, her mate, and offspring producing 2 litters per year with 2.8 surviving kittens per litter can total 376 kittens in 3 years and 66,088 kittens in 6 years, etc. One unspayed dog and her offspring can produce 99,000 dogs in 7 years.
The WCAWL,Inc. encourages everyone to spay and neuter their domestic pets. Financial assistance is available.
Call 304 815 4145 and leave a message for vouchers or message our facebook page.
In a separate story, The Wetzel County Animal Welfare League, Inc. has been chosen as one of the recipient’s of the FOHO WV Stanton Foundation Covid-19 Grant in the amount of $3178. This grant will be used for Canine medications and alternative outreach.
FOHO WV is a state-wide organization incorporated in 1994 for the purpose of improving animal welfare throughout West Virginia. They urge local humane societies, rescue groups, animal welfare leagues, plus any animal advocacy group or individual to get involved to help in their effort to improve animal welfare throughout our state.
Their mission is to provide effective means for the propagation of humane principles; to prevent cruelty and neglect to animals; to educate regarding the laws of the state of West Virginia pertaining to animal cruelty, neglect, care, health and welfare; to cooperate and network with other similar organizations in such efforts in West Virginia; and any and all acts allowed corporations by West Virginia Code.
FOHO WV is not affiliated with any other animal welfare group.