Found tied to a tree and abandoned, China went to her new home with their best intentions….but love was not enough. Their lack of money and knowledge created even more hardship for her as inadequate food and care turned her muscular frame to skin and bones. Fortunately her plight was discovered and animal advocates worked to educate the family. People For Animals provided financial assistance for her spay. Last year our all-volunteer organization assisted in 513 spays and neuters and made 163 referrals to low-cost clinics. Spay/neuter prevents needless euthanasia in shelters….preventing misery and saving countless lives!