A New Leash on Life Donates $10K to Huntsville’s Low Income Spay/Neuter Program

Many low-income Huntsville dogs and cats can now benefit from the $10,000.00 donation ANLOL made yesterday to the city’s low-income spay/neuter program. ¬†This donation was made possible by the amazing volunteers at ANLOL’s Market Place who have been working extra hard to make the store a success...it’s a store with a PURPOSE!

The Market Place, a truly unique Huntsville shop, supports ANLOL’s foster and adoption program, as well as our own low-income spay/neuter program for North Alabama residents. Donations of gently-used items from the public are cleaned, fixed, painted, etc. and sold at great prices to raise this money. ¬†It takes many volunteers to keep the store running in order to continue helping the less fortunate pets in our community. If you would like to volunteer, just drop by the store at 707 Andrew Jackson Way in 5 Points, and fill out a volunteer application.

Flint, the newest member of the ANLOL foster family, says, “Support A New Leash on Life…they take very good care of us!”