Spay Day USA

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Spay Day USA is an annual observance on the last Tuesday of February that was created by the Doris Day Animal League in 1994 to bring attention to the pet overpopulation problem in the USA, and to encourage animal population control by neutering pets. In 2002, the event's goal was to spay and neuter 200,000 pets across the United States.[1][2] Spay Day USA has helped in decreasing the population of street dogs and cats throughout the US, which is very helpful as it decreases the number of unwanted animals. Many are encouraged to participate in this event.

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  1. ^ "Area vets to take part in Spay Day USA". North Adams Transcript. 2002-02-13. 
  2. ^ "Mayor Declares Spay Day USA In the District". The Washington Post. 1999-02-23. 

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