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Veterinarians pitch in during spike in homeless pet population
Spay and Neuter
Dr. Eric Rundlett, DVM, prepares to perform a neutering procedure at the Thiel-Meyer Pet Adoption Center. Rundlett was one of many Kershaw County veterinarians to respond to a call from the Kershaw County Humane Society (KCHS) to assist in neutering and spaying a higher than usual number of homeless cats and dogs this fall. Rundlett said he and other veterinarians met with the KCHS board and determined it was “time for action.”
About two months ago, the Kershaw County Humane Society (KCHS) Board of Directors held a meeting with local veterinarians because of a pretty big problem facing the Thiel-Meyer Pet Adoption Center.

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