Thursday, May 14, 2009
Clovis becomes latest California city to implement spay/neuter ordinance
Clovis recently updated an existing law to further enforce spay/neuter among pets in the city. The updated law is in response to the city's all but overwhelming pet overpopulation issues. Last year the city euthanized over 48,000 dogs and cats. According to a news report (see video here), the Central California SPCA is hoping that Fresno will adopt a similar ordinance.