Hello Incred-A-Bull Supporters,
As you probably remember, the last time you heard from me was share the disappointing news that Incred-A-Bull will be closing at the end of 2016. While that is still the case, I am writing you today to share some great news!
When we made our announcement in September, I was extremely moved by all of the messages we received from those who we have helped, those who have helped us and other animal welfare groups doing great work within our community. Out of all of those messages, we received a few from other like-minded organizations who realize the value of our work and did not want to see our programs go away. After many meetings, discussions and much thought, we have agreed to let PAL Humane Society take over our Spay & Neuter Assistance Program. Additionally, I have agreed to join their board of directors which will allow me the opportunity to oversee the transition and remain involved in the animal welfare community.
Since its inception in 1993, PAL Humane Society has rescued over 15,000 animals, operated a low cost spay & neuter clinic and employed humane officers to serve the residents of California’s San Bernardino Valley. In 2014, when PAL’s founder Katherine Schlintz relocated to Nevada, she brought PAL and her decades of experience in animal welfare with her. Since then, PAL Humane has worked diligently to develop relationships and programs that positively impact the lives of pets and their people in the Las Vegas valley. Currently PAL Humane offers humane education outreach to children grades K-12, operates a pet food pantry, feeding hundreds of pets each month and sponsors the training of service animals for U.S. military veterans. And, in the coming weeks will take over our Spay & Neuter Assistance Program, soon to be known as “The Incred-A-Bull Fix.”
Like any other non-profit, PAL Humane relies on volunteers and public donations to keep their programs and services going. So, while I know there are lots of organizations out there to support whether with your time or money, I ask that you look into the work PAL is doing and consider supporting them in any way you can.