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- 160 cats and dogs spayed/neutered so far this year.
- 795 cats and dogs spayed/neutered altered.
- 285 cats and 3 dogs placed in new homes.
- $79,000+ spent directly on all UP programs.
- 1,025 cats and dogs spayed/neutered so far this year.
- 250 cats and 7 dogs placed in new homes so far this year.
- $90,723+ directly spent on all animal programs this year.
- 1,037 cats and dogs spayed/neutered.
- 211 cats and 7 dogs placed in new homes so far this year.
- $98,849 income raised
- $81,529 spent directly on all animal programs
- 959 cats and dogs spayed/neutered
- Of these, 310 were free-roaming cats
- $78,471 income raised
- $71,256 spent directly on all animal programs
- 1,027 cats and dogs spayed/neutered
- $63,887 income raised
- $54,826 spent directly on all animal programs
- More than 830 cats and dogs spayed/neutered
- $58,746 income raised
- $45,213 spent directly on all animal programs
Since the beginning in 2003
- 7,385 cats and dogs spayed/neutered
- Found homes for more than 2,300 needy animals
2012 Financial Report
Direct Program Expense 89% Fundraising Expense 3% Administrative Expense 7% Liability Insurance 1% Total Spent: $112.807
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United Paws of Tillamook in 2011 Spayed and neutered: 914 cats, 270 of whom were feral. Of the total number of cats, 523 were female and 391 male. In addition, we spayed and neutered 110 dogs, of whom 62 were … Continue reading
We continue our routine of spaying and neutering the pets of the needy and free-roaming cats and adopting rescued animals, mainly through our monthly live adoptathons, advertisements, and Petfinder. By December 31, we spay and neuter 959 animals who would … Continue reading
Volunteers and the community as a whole completed so much great work on behalf of the animals of Tillamook county, we find it practically impossible to cover it all. But, here are some of the highlights of 2009. Statistics United … Continue reading
United Paws of Tillamook Income for 2008 exceeded 2007 Income. In 2007, we brought income in of $45,022 and this year we outdid ourselves with income of $58,787, even as the economy has gone “south.” From this standpoint, United Paws … Continue reading