Spay and neuter clinic hits 25,000 mark: 'She’s a big milestone!'

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  • Spay and neuter clinic hits 25,000 mark: 'She’s a big milestone!'
  • Spay and neuter clinic hits 25,000 mark: 'She’s a big milestone!'
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Spay and neuter clinic hits 25,000 mark: 'She’s a big milestone!'
Jill Winans, the president of Willamette Animal Guild – or WAG, says shelters in Lane County do their best to adopt out orphaned cats and dogs, but there are just too many of them.