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GAIN hosts free clinic for animals needing post-typhoon care

Posted: Sep 12, 2018 3:29 PM +10:00 Updated:

Taking care of man's best friend after Typhoon Mangkhut, veterinarians from Guam Animals In Need held a free clinic all day Wednesday. Even with no power, they had the willpower to take care of furry patients in need.

Dr. Jessica Perpich is visiting Guam from Okinawa for the free spay and neuter clinic, but Mother Nature had other plans. She told KUAM News, "So instead we've been helping with evacuation with the animals getting them back, cleaning kennels, we went on a couple of runs on hit by car dogs that needed attention so we're just trying to put our skills to use here since we're not doing surgery."

If you have or spot an animal in need, you are encouraged to bring them to GAIN in Yigo.

 

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